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Hong Chong peninsula

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The coast close to the Cambodia border, is dotted with towering limestone formations which make it quite picturesque, unlike the rest of the Delta coast, which is flat. The fishing villages of the Hon Chong peninsula, between Ha Tien and Rach Gia, have so far escaped modern development. Most of the villagers live in houses made of banana leaves, right on the white sand beach.

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Preparing to unload leaves. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Fishing village with huts made of banana leaves. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Woman taking a break sitting on leaves used to build a hut. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Limestone towers. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Boat and limestone towers, undeveloped beach. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Fishing boats in the China sea. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Children pear through a traditional hut. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Resting at a hamoc dorm. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Two kids in front of a hut. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Small boats and offshore rock formations. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Drinking fresh coconut juice, cheaper than bottled water. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) There is something to eat as well. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color) Palm trees swaying in the breeze at sunset. Hong Chong Peninsula, Vietnam ( color)
All the 13 color pictures of Hong Chong peninsula are on this page