Nhân Dân Online - If you come to Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province (Central Vietnam), be sure to visit Hon Mun (Mun Island) to see corals and thousands of unique marine species.
The Nha Trang Bay Management Committee said on June 25 that a survey in mid-June last showed that the Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area has a living coral cover of up to 61%, of which hard and soft corals.
According to Dàm Hai Vân, head of the Conservation Service of the Nha Trang Bay Management Committee, just dive to a depth of about 7-10 m, you can admire the beautiful landscape of the aquarium with corals of all kinds like red corals, corals in the form of stag horns in enormous clusters. In the coral clusters there are many types of sea anemones with colorful colors; flocks of fish of all kinds have very diverse and abundant colors.
Coral reefs are of various categories in the Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area.
Currently, the Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area includes not only Hon Mun but also other islands such as Hon Tre, Hon Miêu, Hon Tam, Hon Môt, Hon Cau, Hon Vung, ect. and the surrounding waters.
With an area of around 160 km², including around 38 km² of land and 122 km² of water around the islands, this area constitutes a most important marine conservation and tourism complex with the richest coral reefs in biodiversity. from Vietnam.
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