Travellers to the northern province of Quảng Ninh should not miss Cô Tô Island with its untouched beauty and clear blue waters.
Ngô Văn Tính, 19, a diver with seven years’ experience, went to sea with his father when he was a child and had his first dive at 12.
Border police of northern Hạ Long Province’s Hòn Gai port border gate on Thursday discovered three ships and arrested those onboard for illegal fishing.
Despite being a long-standing hot issue that receives special attention from both the local government and the public, overfishing continues to be a headache and “marine resources are being adversely impacted by harmful, over-exploitative fishing practices.”
Chairman of Quảng Ninh Province People’s Committee Nguyễn Đức Long gave his nod to Hải Âu Aviation’s proposal of launching a seaplane flight route from Hạ Long City to Cô Tô Island.
For visitors to the northern province of Hải Dương, Cò (Stork) Island is a must-see.
The People’s Committee of Cô Tô Island, a tourist hotspot in northern Quảng Ninh Province, plans to eliminate all wooden huts illegally built on defence land by the end of this month.
Lào Cai is the first northern province to claim damages caused by strong winds and heavy rains due to Typhoon Hato, after it made landfall China on Wednesday noon and kept moving north-westward.
Around 3,500 visitors began leaving Cô Tô Island, a popular tourist destination off Quảng Ninh Province, on Tuesday morning after being stranded there for two days because of storm Talas.
Local people’s committees and Hồ Chí Minh Community youth unions nationwide are organising volunteer campaigns for young people from May 31 to August 31.