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MUI NE SAND DUNES RECOGNIZED AS A VIETNAMESE RECORD

 

MUI NE SAND DUNES RECOGNIZED AS A VIETNAMESE RECORD
MUI NE SAND DUNES RECOGNIZED AS A VIETNAMESE RECORD

Mui ne sand dunes recognized as a vietnamese record


On an area of ​​nearly 50 hectares, Mui Ne sand dunes gather quite a lot of colors and after each strong wind, or a day and night, the hill has a different shape. This wonder has just entered the list of Vietnamese records in Binh Thuan province.


Scientists have proven that the two mechanisms of the Northeast and Southwest monsoons have affected the hills and caused geographical changes. Mui Ne is recognized by the Vietnam Record Book Center Vietkings as the sand dune that changes its natural shape the most in Vietnam.


Alsoin Binh Thuan, Vietkings also selected many new Vietnamese records


In which, there is the largest blessing shrine in Vietnam at Phat Quang pagoda, Phan Thiet city. The muzzle is 0.8 m high, 0.92 m wide, carved with the image of a mermaid, a large sea fish that never sleeps, symbolizing the awakening of humans.


The largest beak in Vietnam. Photo provided by Vietkings


The shrine is made of jackfruit wood and is located in the main hall of the temple. This muzzle matches with the Gia Tri bell to form a unique set of magic tools, used for worshiping.


The biggest festival of Ong Quan Thanh De Quan in Vietnam is held every 2 years, in Phan Thiet city. This is the traditional culture of the Chinese people in Binh Thuan. During the festival season, there will be a procession to protect the "throne" of the saint and thousands of people parade on the main roads. The festival took place with the performances of the Cantonese, Fujian, Hainan, and Chaozhou assembly halls and the record green dragon.


The record green dragon mentioned above is the longest parade dragon in Vietnam , green color, 49m long, made more than a century ago. The dragon's body is made of rattan and bamboo, covered with cloth, and the dragon's head is made of paper.


The longest bamboo and rattan green dragon in Vietnam. Photo provided by Vietkings


This dragon is kept at the Quan Thanh De Temple of Phan Thiet city and is the only mascot included in the Nghinh Ong parade, with about 120 taking turns carrying the dragon.


Co Thach rock beach has the most diverse shapes and colors,  identified in a part of the sea of ​​Binh Thanh commune, Tuy Phong district.


Due to the action of tides, sea water, rocks are continuously pushed from the seabed to the shore, bringing shapes, patterns and colors of black, gray, white to yellow, brown, purple, blue.


The rock was formed hundreds of years ago, with a length of about 1.5 km, a width of 15-20 m, with a reserve of 243,900 tons. Around the rocky beach, there is Co Thach pagoda, also known as Hang pagoda, white sand hill... creating a beautiful population in Co Thach tourist area.


Binh Thuan is also recognized as having the first enterprise cultivating precious algae Spirulina; where there are many resorts - hotels located along the sea in Vietnam; The locality has the largest area of ​​dragon fruit growing and the locality has the first brand of fish sauce production in Vietnam (Lien Thanh fish sauce).

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