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Vietnam’s Geography

Topography   For a comparatively small country, in regards to the dimension of Italy, Vietnam’s geography is remarkably various and complex.   It has a sizeable mountain vary in the northwest (an offshoot of the Himalayas), closely forested uplands, intensive limestone scenery with a number of areas of mature ‘Karst’ landscape, an elevated central plateau, ...

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Beaches

Beaches to suit all tastes   Vietnam’s almost three; 500km of coastline means plenty of beaches. Most are of sand, and face both the Vietnam East Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. Typically, the perfect beaches are to be discovered alongside the central coast and on the islands, although there are a number of exceptions. ...

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Flora and Fauna

The ecological disaster and the slow street to recovery    Other than the appalling human carnage, saturation bombing, napalm and chemical deforestation had a devastating impact on Vietnam’s forests, mangrove areas, wetlands and wildlife. Around two million hectares of forest and half the overall space of mangroves have been destroyed, and large areas of the country ...

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Islands

From limestone archipelagos to tropical hideaways Vietnam has round three thousand islands, mostly clustered in large and small groups. They vary from tiny rocky pinnacles that scarcely break the floor to massive land areas supporting substantial populations.   The Gulf of Tonkin   The Ha Long Bay archipelago is big: nicely over a thousand islands ...

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The Mighty Mekong River

The Mekong River, the ‘Mother of Waters’ is the center and soul of mainland South-East Asia. Hundreds of thousands of people rely on its waters. It’s a way of life, a home for the spirits, the defining component within the eternal battle for survival, and the muse and bounds of cultures and kingdoms across eons. ...

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National Parks

Defending the atmosphere   Up to now, practically all of the eleven websites designated for defense as National Parks are forested areas. Each has explicit traits and unique species of flora and/or fauna, as well as additional dimensions reminiscent of caves, cultural relicts, and ethnic settlements inside its boundary and/or buffer zone.   Administered nationally from ...

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Rivers

Vietnam’s two ‘rice bowls’ and Hue’s historic Fragrance River   The heartland of Vietnam   The Crimson River (‘Track Hong’) stretches about 1,200km from its source in China’s Yunnan Province. Its two predominant tributaries, the Song Lo (additionally referred to as the ‘Lo’, or ‘Clear’ River) and the Tune Da (the Black River), swelling its ...

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Topography

Excessive mountains, flat plains and most other landforms in between Vietnam is principally hills and densely forested mountains. Most of its inhabitants live on the 20% that is stage ground: 40% of its 331,688 sq. kilometres is mountainous, and the remaining 40% is hills. Approximately 25% of land is below cultivation.   Once, forests covered ...

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