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Potential value of Vietnam's coastal areas

Updated: 21:49, 09/04/2024

With a coastline stretching over 3,260 km from North to South, Vietnam ranks 27th among 157 coastal countries, island nations, and territories in the world. Vietnam’s coastal areas is blessed with rich natural resources and has high economic value. Many long beaches with beautiful landscapes have captivated the hearts of tourists from both at home and abroad.

Boats set out to sea despite harsh weather conditions

Dawn at Cam Ranh Port, Khanh Hoa Province.

A new day comes in Con Dao Archipelago, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province.

The coastal road in Vung Tau City, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, is a touristic highlight that attracts many domestic and international visitors to the city.

The long coastline creates beautiful natural landscapes.

Women in the fishing village walking on the beach carrying seafood.

In addition to selling fresh seafood, fishermen also spend time processing and drying it to serve the needs of a customers.

Coastal people make fish sauce from some types of fish caught from the sea.

Salt is also a product that brings economic benefit and creates jobs for many people living in coastal areas in many localities.

In recent years, the sea and coastal areas of Vietnam have accounted for approximately 47-48% of Vietnam's GDP.

Sea-based tourism generates high economic benefit to coastal provinces and cities. In many central provinces, marine tourism contributes most of the local budget and creates jobs for people.

Many generations of fishermen in Go Cong District, Tien Giang Province, earn their living through aquaculture at sea.

Embracing all the difficulties and harsh weather, fishermen still head out to sea with determination.

Source: NDO 


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