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Stories through the lens: Phước Bình National Park

Update: October, 22/2016 - 10:00
Timeless: Much of the forest looks as it did hundreds of years ago.
Viet Nam News

Phước Bình National Park is one of the latest additions to the list of national parks and nature reserves in Việt Nam.

The pristine forest in central Ninh Thuận Province features a number of destinations for ecotourism, notably Đá Bàn Waterfall, Gia Non Waterfall and Gia Nhông Stream.

Local residents, which consist of the Raglai and Churu people – two of some over 150 ethnic groups in the country – offer visitors unique and authentic insights into their culture.

The national park is expected to boost the province’s tourism industry and improve livelihoods for local residents.

Tranquil: Gia Nhông Stream, one of the park’s more popular tourist attractions.
Educational: A local guide giving a presentation on locally grown herbal medicine in the national park.
Super plant: Ensete glaucum or snow banana, a natural ingredient used in herbal medicine, is said to have great healing powers and considered very valuable among locals.
Enchanting: Part of Phước Bình National Park during daybreak. — VNA/VNS Photos Nguyễn Thành


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