Quang Ninh: Cam Pha gears toward green city hinh anh 1At the launching ceremony (Photo: baoquangninh.com.vn)

Quang Ninh (VNA) –
TTP Industrial Development Investment Group JSC on February 22 launched a campaign that aims to give a facelift to Cam Pha city in the northern port province of Quang Ninh.

On the day, municipal authorities joined 500 workers of the company planted hundreds of trees along the road that encompasses Bai Tu Long Bay in Cam Trung, Cam Thanh and Cam Binh wards.

Under the campaign named Green Dragon Cam Pha, TTP Group is promptly constructing a park and a square with dancing fountains and lights, that is one of the bright spots of the Green Dragon City covering nearly 100 hectares along Bai Tu Long Bay.

The new urban area, connected with the Quang Hanh high-class mineral hot spring resort in the city, will also house pedestrian streets and entertainment areas.

Bai Tu Long Bay and Ha Long Bay form impressive scenery of sea and islands. During the 27th meeting of the ASEAN Senior Officials on Environment in 2016, Bai Tu Long was officially endorsed as the 38th ASEAN Heritage Park.

Bai Tu Long Bay covers the waters of Ha Long and Cam Pha cities, and the island district of Van Don in Quang Ninh province. It includes hundreds of islets of all sizes, many big enough for habitation.

It is home to many traces of Ha Long Culture that dates back thousands of years.

It features limestone and schist islets – a result of geological formations lasting over 300 million years. Famous islets include Bai Tho, Con Coc, Tien Ong, Con Rua, Dam Oan, Mat Quy, and Con Co. Some outstanding caverns there are Thien Canh Son Carven, Tam Cung Cavern and Me Cung Cavern.

The bay also harbours beautiful beaches such as Con Co, Van Don, Quan Lan, Minh Chau and Co To.

Quan Lan Island is a must-visit destination for tourists to Bai Tu Long. It is suitable for adventurers as well as those who love simple and romantic experiences thanks to the harmony of sea, forest, culture and architecture.

Visitors can also tour the fishing village on Minh Chau Island or Cai Lang – the oldest village there.

Thong Thien Cave, Phat Co Island, and Ban Sen Island are among other destinations tourists should have a look at. Sailing to explore submerged forests or swimming in the clear water off Uyen Uong beach are recommended experiences.

Additionally, vacationers can visit Cua Ong Temple and Van Hoa port or walk through forests to experience the hospitality of ethnic Tay, Red Dao and San Diu people in their villages across Bai Tu Long Bay./.

VNA