The emergence of the sandbank could lead to solutions to help save Cửa Đại Beach
The emerging mass tourism in coastal provinces in recent years has destroyed natural beauty spots at a furious pace. And In the next five years, Việt Nam may lose all tourism resources.
A 500m section of beach in Ngũ Hành Sơn district of Đà Nẵng city has been seriously eroded by uninterrupted rain and rising sea waves in the last two months.
A ban on sand mining in the area of Thu Bồn River's Cửa Đại estuary and Hội An’s beaches may help save Cửa Đại Beach from worsening erosion.
Erosion have taken over 300m of Mỹ Khê beach on Võ Nguyên Giáp street in Sơn Trà peninsula since it blew off 100m of beach earlier this year.
The central province of Quảng Nam has approved the second phase of a project to build concrete dykes along Cửa Đại beach to cope with worsening coastal erosion near Hội An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.