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Ninh Thuan is a coastal province of Nam Trung Viet Nam, the northern border Khanh Hoa, the western borders with Lam Dong, the southern Binh Thuan borders to the east and borders the East Sea.

Ninh Thuan is surrounded 3 surface mountains: the northern and southern provinces is 2 high mountains protruding the sea, the east is a mountainous province of Lam Dong. Topography are 3 forms: mountainous, plain, the coastal zone. Province has 2 main river systems: The river system, including the Branch River as the river Me Lam, Iron River, the river Ong, La river, the river Quao … and the system of small rivers and streams distributed in the northern and southern provinces such as Trau River, Ba River Rau.

Climate: Ninh Thuan in the areas most drought areas of water, tropical climate with monsoon featured a hot dry, windy and evaporation strong, there is no winter. The average temperature Lalaki 27 º C, average rainfall 705mm and by increasing the height of up to 1.100mm in mountain areas. One year here, there are 2 seasons: rainy season from May 5 to May 11 and the dry season from January 12 to January 4 years later.

Potential economic development and tourism

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Ninh Thuan is established producing areas, intensive farming such as grapes, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar, cotton, passengers, garlic and aquaculture. Ninh Thuan is one of the great fishing of our country. Last years, Ninh Thuan becomes the new destination for visitors from world wide during their Vietnam Travel tours.

Ninh Thuan is a picture of harmony between the plain, hills and mountains and ocean. Located in the tourism clusters country triangle Da Lat – Nha Trang – Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan has national parks and Mount Chua many sights such as beach Ninh Chu, Ca Na beach, deo Ngoan Muc, hydropower Da Nhim and historical price you are Cham towers: Poklong Garai, Porome, Hoa Lai, … is almost intact.

To visit this place visitors can participate in various types of tourism: swimming, holiday nursing, yachting, hiking, hunting, visiting historic, or attend the festival of the Cham.

Ethnicity, religion

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As eastern provinces where people live Cham, Ninh Thuan offers bold colors Culture of ethnic Cham. Culture it is expressed through written words, ethnic costumes, art architecture, sculpture, pottery making, weaving brocade. Arts folk songs and dance Cham has become a precious heritage of culture Viet Nam. Customary practice by the matriarchy of the Cham is still the local newspapers and maintained circulation today.

Until now, people still hold the Cham ceremonies such as opening ceremony drain, dam, blocking ceremony River watershed, a non rice welcoming ceremony, the gat ceremony, a ceremony to welcome new rice … Especially a division Cham people still live on Fishery, which continue in Chapel voi fish all coastal province today, is derived from the belief of the Cham. The best vietnam agency provides the best Vietnam Travel Deals.

Transportation

Transportation Ninh Thuan
Phan Rang city located on the interchange of 3 axis transport strategy is the North-South Railway, National Highway 1A, road number 27 on the Da Lat (Lam Dong), Dak Lak (Buon Ma Thuot). Phan Rang city by 105km Nha Trang, Da Lat 110km, Tp. Ho Chi Minh Ha Noi 350km and 1.382km.

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vietnam-travel-ninhthuan-img-03Booking a tour to the coastal province of Ninh Thuan to explore the Cham culture will make a great impression on you, especially when visiting the enchanting Vinh Hy Bay, seen as one of the four most beautiful bays in Vietnam.

Ninh Thuan lies some 330 kilometers from HCMC and 100 kilometers from the cool, hilly city of Dalat, forming a convenient triangle of tourist destinations for those who want to indulge themselves in warm seawater as well as the cool climate of the highlands.

Along the coastal region that spreads over 100 kilometers, Ninh Chu Beach is one of the most talked-about tourist sites for travelers. It stretches tens of kilometers in the shape of a half-moon, embracing a picturesque, clean and nearly untouched beach perfect for swimming.

One of the most fascinating ethnic minority groups in the country resides in this region. The Cham culture can be discovered in local traditional craft villages, the Poklong Garai Tower, the Kalan Tower, and by witnessing the mysterious dances of Cham girls. You can visit nearby Suoi Vang (Yellow Stream), Thac Tien (Fairy Waterfall), Ca Na Beach and especially Nam Cuong Dune, where winds blow red and yellow sand, mixing them continuously into beautiful, natural slopes and valleys.

The gorgeous Vinh Hy Bay is only 40 kilometers away from Phan Rang Town, where tourists are attracted to its pristine nature suitable for exploring, fishing, diving to coral reefs, and enjoying goat meat, the specialty of the region.

There is also a four star resort called Saigon-Ninh Chu, run by Saigontourist, which recently opened to welcome guests on the occasion of the National Day.

Upgraded from the previous two-star hotel, the investor is spending some VND150 billion on renovations. When completed, it will have over 200 rooms, a restaurant, conference room, and bungalows with 120 rooms, a swimming pool, tennis court and other services like massage and karaoke.

At present, the Saigon-Ninh Chu Resort is halfway finished with 120 rooms, a restaurant with 250 seats, a conference room with 500 seats, and bars, all ready to make tourists feel comfortable during their trip to the region.

vietnam-travel-ninhthuan-img-021About seven kilometers northwest of the center of Phan Rang City in Ninh Thuan Province, Poklongarai Towers, a valuable architectural sculpture and historical work of the Cham ruins, built around the end of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century, still stand against the devastation of time.

The towers nestled at Trau (Betel) Hill in Do Vinh Ward of Phan Rang were built to worship King Poklongarai (1152-1205) for his good deeds for the Cham people, especially by the construction of the local irrigation system. This architectural complex contains three towers.

The first one is the Main Tower which is 13.8 meters long, 10.71 meters wide and 20.5 meters high. It was the main site for religious ceremonies. A bust of King Poklongarai was respectfully placed inside the Main Tower for worshiping.

The second one is the Gate Tower at 5.10 meters long, 4.85 meters wide and 5.65 meters high. This was where the king received his guests. The last one, the Fire Tower, at 8.18 meters long, 5 meters wide and 9.31 meters high, was the kitchen.

These ruins of the Champa culture are classified as a historical monument by the Ministry of Culture.

The Poklongarai Towers play an important role in the spiritual and religious life of the Cham people living in this area nowadays. Every year, they organize their big festivals at the towers to commemorate the king.

vietnam-travel-ninhthuan-img-01Four international organisations have pledged to provide around 1.5 million USD to south-central coastal Ninh Thuan Province in an effort to help reduce poverty in the locality from now until 2010.

The donation was announced at a conference to boost cooperation between Ninh Thuan and foreign organisations and NGOs held in Hanoi on June 12.

The sum will come from Oxfam, UK Action Aid, the Counterpart International of the US and the United Nations’ Population Fund (UNPFA).

Addressing the conference, the Ninh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee Chairwoman said the province had received 4.1 million USD in aid commitments from NGOs of the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Japan and the UK from 1992-2007. The province disbursed 2.9 million USD of the total value.

She said those projects effectively helped the province overcome difficulties, reduce poverty and develop socio-economy, especially isolated and remote areas. In addition, the projects also helped improve capacity of officials and local people.

At the conference, the provincial Trade and Investment Promotion Centre called for foreign investors to invest about 6.5 trillion VND (406.2 million USD) in the province’s tourism and processing industry for the next two years.

Projects waiting for investment include the ocean park, the Thai An Turtle Reserve, the Nam Cuong sand hill resort, the Mui Dinh adventure tourism area, a salt refining plant, a seafood-processing plant, a canned-food plant, a garment plant and a grape processing plant.

Ninh Thuan covers 3,360sq.m with a population of nearly 600,000. The province’s per capita GDP was 6.6 million VND (415 USD) in 2007.