Belonging to the South Central Coast, Ninh Thuận is known to be the land of “little rain and too much sun and wind”. Long coastal lines with mountain ranges pointing towards the sea make bays with white sands, golden sunlight and jade green sea.
Demand for bamboo products is rising globally, offering Việt Nam the opportunity to foster the industry.
Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, Thẳm Khến cave in Nà Xa Village, Mường Đun Commune, Tủa Chùa District, Điện Biên Province contains many historical, cultural and scientific values.
Each year Việt Nam has about 4,177 new cases of cervical cancer and 2,420 deaths due to this disease.
Since the giant muntijac (Muntiacus vuquangensis) -- a critically endangered species of deer -- was found at the Bidoup-Núi Bà National Park in the Central Highlands’ Lâm Đồng Province in 2019, the park has been the only site in Việt Nam confirmed as hosting the species.
The damage caused by landslides in the Mekong Delta provinces has been increasing yearly.