ancient port city
Phan Thiet is a southern city located about 200 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 1148 km from Hanoi. Being the capital of Binh Thuan Province, it has important administrative and economic status.
Washed by the waters of the South China Sea, the resort is considered a calm and quiet place, surrounded by tropical greenery. A wide beach with white sand, a gentle slope into the water, picturesque views attract families with children and romantic couples. The presence of waves due to the constant winds turned Phan Thiet into the object of desire for surfers.
Video aerial view of Phan Thiet:
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Phuket Airport is an important transport hub that serves thousands of people daily. In terms of the number of passengers carried, it takes 2nd place in the Kingdom of Siam. Here, planes take off and land, flying both within the country and around the world. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
The building was renovated in the summer of 2015, the infrastructure and appearance were improved. It offers travelers 3 floors and 2 terminals: local (right) and international (left). Arrivals are served on the 1st floor, departures – on the 2nd, offices are located on the 3rd. Continue reading
Tunnels Ku Chi (Kuchi) are located about 70 km from Ho Chi Minh City. Built back in the 50s of the last century, they are considered the largest system of underground passages on the planet. The width of the aisles ranges from 0.5 to 1 m, the depth reaches 4 m, even a tank can withstand such a layer of earth. The total length of the moves is still unknown. According to some reports, it ranges from 150 to 300 km. In the galleries of Ku Chi there were warehouses with ammunition and supplies, lounges and hospitals, dining rooms and even cinema halls. The infrastructure is perfectly preserved to this day.
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