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Explore Nha Trang from the air with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Hidden Journeys

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View Nha Trang from the air with the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Hidden Journeys
The Hidden Journeys Project aims to enliven the flying experience and transform it into a fascinating exploration of the people, places and environments thousands of metres below by providing inspiring information to air travellers about the parts of the world they fly over (
The latest guide to be released explores the varied landscapes that lie between Hong Kong and Singapore, including some of the most idyllic beaches and diverse marine life in Southeast Asia, from the tourist resorts of Nha Trang in Vietnam and Seri Buat in Malaysia, to the almost untouched paradise islands of Con Dao off Vietnam, and the Paracel and Spratly Islands that pepper the East Sea (or South China Sea).
The East Sea has long been a conduit for human movement in Southeast Asia. For centuries, human migration and colonialism have brought change to each of the nations along this flight path, while today continuous economic growth draws ever more people to the region’s cities. As a vital trade route as well as an essential fishing ground and potential source of oil and gas, the sea is at the centre of the region’s economy. However, the value of the sea has made it hugely desirable for its bordering nations, who now claim sovereignty over it.
The flight path is bookended by two of the most important business and financial centres in Asia: Hong Kong and Singapore. Yet in spite of being more than 2,200km apart, these cities share many similarities: from their long colonial histories to their areas of reclaimed land and clusters of skyscrapers that accommodate the rapid urban growth.

Susanna James
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) | 1 Kensington Gore | London SW7 2AR

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Family with 3 small kids all the way by bicycle from geneva (switzerland) to nha trang!
A young family from Geneva is traveling by bike on the silk road to Nha Trang, Vietnam, and on to Hanoi. Patrick Tu Quoc (34) is a Swiss of Vietnamese origin. He and is his wife Sandra (36), both medical ...

Leading travel industry magazine discovers nha trang as promising destination for corporate events and incentive trips
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New sanitation, drainage, wastewater and solid waste managment improvement project for nha trang
The World Bank will make available a sum of US$ 65 million as financing for the Coastal Cities Environmental Sanitation Project which will provide better sanitations for over 600,000 people in the ...

World’s largest cruise liners bring tourists to nha trang
  The world’s largest cruise liner, Queen Mary 2, with over 2,430 tourists aboard, visited Nha Trang Bay in the southcentral province of Khanh Hoa on March 21, 2011. The tourists, ...

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