Naval vessel rescues Binh Dinh fishing boat in distress at sea Society

Naval vessel rescues Binh Dinh fishing boat in distress at sea

Naval Squadron 129 has said it took rescue measures on August 18 after receiving an SOS from a fishing boat coded BD 98172 TS of the south central province of Binh Dinh which was in distress in the area of Da Tay island in Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago.
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Pay Tai festival held in Yen Bai

Pay Tai is a traditional festival of the Tay and Nung ethnic groups. In Lam Thuong commune, Luc Yen district, in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, the festival this year was held on a large scale to promote the cultural values of local ethnic groups and to attract tourists.
Heading to Truong Sa to hear pagoda bells Videos

Heading to Truong Sa to hear pagoda bells

A delegation of more than 200 people visited soldiers and residents on the Spratly Islands from June 23 to July 5. The Navy and the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha also held an inauguration ceremony for a project restoring three pagodas on Sinh Ton Dong, Truong Sa Dong, and Da Tay A Islands.
Endangered stork species spotted in Tay Ninh Videos

Endangered stork species spotted in Tay Ninh

More than 1,000 Asian openbills, an endangered species in Vietnam, are gathering at a savanna called Ta Not inside the Lo Go – Xa Mat National Park in the southeastern province of Tay Ninh.
Tay Ninh tourism continues to grow Videos

Tay Ninh tourism continues to grow

Since the 2022 Lunar New Year, the Ba Den (Black Lady) Mountain national tourism site in the southern province of Tay Ninh has welcomed nearly 2.5 million visitors. On National Reunification Day and International Day, the site attracted over 130,000 visitors, of which over 100,000 arrivals use cable car services.
Truong Sa ocean locks represent sovereignty and shelter Society

Truong Sa ocean locks represent sovereignty and shelter

Truong Sa island, offshore of Khanh Hoa province is home to ocean locks that have been providing supplies and shelter for fishermen for decades, but they also represent Vietnam’s sovereignty over the islands and territorial waters.
A new look from the top of Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh Videos

A new look from the top of Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh

Some 110 km from Ho Chi Minh City in the southern province of Tay Ninh stands Ba Den Mountain. This is the highest mountain in the south, at 986 metres above sea level, and is located in the Ba Den historical, cultural, scenic and tourist relic site, which has been recognised as a national tourist area by the government.