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Raking clam on Lap An lagoon

TTH.VN - Lap An lagoon, also known as An Cu lagoon, is a brackish water lagoon with the most poetic natural scenery in the rich lagoon system of Thua Thien Hue.

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Located about 70km south of Hue and 20km from Da Nang, Lap An lagoon is right at the foot of Phu Gia pass, surrounded by the majestic Bach Ma mountain range and in front of Lang Co bay - one of the most beautiful bays in the world. All make Lap An lagoon an enchanting beauty that attracts tourists at first sight.

Coming to Lap An lagoon at any time of the day, visitors will also be impressed by the peaceful and poetic beauty like a fairyland here.

Hue News would like to introduce to you the picturesque images of Lap An lagoon and the job of raking clam in this famous brackish water lagoon, which are taken by Le Thanh Sinh.

Lap An lagoon is considered the seafood granary of Lang Co area

With a large water surface area of ​​more than 1,600ha, surrounded by Hai Van massif in the south and Bach Ma massif in the northwest, Lap An lagoon has a majestic landscape.

An afternoon in Lap An lagoon with immense water surface and overlapping mountains

Casting nets to catch seafood on the lagoon

Raking clam on Lap An lagoon

By Hue News


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Growing oysters for tourism

The model of oyster farming combined with tourism on Lap An lagoon (Lang Co, Phu Loc) with a space for visitors to experience on their own, has brought an income of about 300 million VND / year to Mr. Tran Thien’s family; opened new directions of development.

Growing oysters for tourism
Oyster season in Lap An lagoon

From the second to the third month of the lunar calendar, Lap An lagoon (Phu Loc District) is bustling with talking and laughter of oyster fishermen in the harvest season. For them, this is a hard work, as they have to work very early in the morning to collect the oysters for early shipments. Each heavy load of oysters is both their effort and desire for a full life for their families and children. Therefore, for generations, fishermen in Lap An lagoon still stick to oyster farming, although it may be not "good season, and good price" every single year, they have better life thanks to the oyster farming.

Oyster season in Lap An lagoon
Lang Co Bay lively with traditional boat racing festival

On the 6th day of Tet (the Lunar New Year), villagers from An Cu Dong village of Lang Co township (Phu Loc district) and visitors crowded to Lang Co Bay for the traditional fish-worshiping and boat racing festival.

Lang Co Bay lively with traditional boat racing festival
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