EXTERNAT RELATIONS Updated at 11:05:48 08/17/2018  (Views:  343 )
Mui Ne Flying sand hill in need

Mui Ne Flying sand hill in need of conservation

BTO – A workshop themed “factors and impacts affecting Mui Ne flying sand hills” has been co-held by the Department of Sciences and Technology and the University of Hue on August 15th in Phan Thiet city.

According to Director of the Department of Sciences and Technology Van Cong Thoi, the workshop is included in the province’s theme “Investigation and solutions to preserving and embellishing natural beauty of Mui Ne flying sand hill, contributing to developing Binh Thuan tourism”. Through the project, the local authorities shall come up with solutions to fully exploit the tourist destination and turn it into an attractive spot luring as many as domestic and foreign visitors.

At the workshop, Master Nguyen Dinh Huy presented the results of factors which impact on the natural landscape of Mui Ne flying sand hills. Accordingly, the flying sand hills have changed its shape and natural beauty over the previous time. Therefore, a solutions to preserving and keeping its intact shape is necessary and in a hurry. Besides, the workshop was also covered with other themes relating to the sand hills.

All attendees agreed with the ideas that Mui Ne flying sand hills is a special natural landscape that must be put into conservation and restoration to cater for local tourism.

Translated by My Thien (Source: Dulichbinhthuan.gov.vn)

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