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August, 15 2014 09:04:00

Northern province adds three ‘standard' tourist beaches

Tuan Chau Beach in Ha Long City

Three more beaches in the northern province of Quang Ninh have been officially named as standard tourism beaches, according to new decisions released by the provincial People's Committee.

Hoang Gia and Tuan Chau beaches in Ha Long City and Mai Quyen Beach in Van Don District have met the required standards, which include sufficient transport convenience, power supply, environmental cleanliness, and rescue equipment. The sand quality of beaches is another standard that has to be met.

The province has six beaches that have met the requirement of standards. — VNS



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