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Mahe is the largest and most developed island of the Seychelles archipelago. An area of 28 x 8 km is home to approximately 72,000 people, which is 80% of the total population of the state. Nearly ⅔ of the buildings are built on bulk land, as housing needs and infrastructure are very acute for the islanders. The epicenter of life is on the north and east coasts.
Mahe is in great demand among tourists, as the optimal balance between the benefits of civilization with noisy discos, asphalt roads, comfortable hotels, fashionable restaurants and natural beauties is found here. Mountains covered with emerald jungle pass into gorgeous beaches, framed by slender rows of coconut palms.
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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 an 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.
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Nang Yang is the tourist gem of Thailand, which is included in the TOP-100 of the most beautiful places on the planet according to Discovery. Emerald tropical vegetation, snow-white beaches and crystal turquoise waters full of colorful fish attract thousands of tourists here.
Nang Yang is an archipelago of 3 miniature islands connected by a sand spit. These land areas are called the southern, northern and middle islands. They lie about 500 m northwest of the island of Koh Tao, a boat trip takes about 10 minutes.
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