Con Dao is ranked as the Maldivian foreign correspondent

Monday - 27/05/2019 02:19
According to BR-VT Newspaper, the Con Son Islands (Con Dao) has just been listed as Business Insider (a famous electronic newspaper of businesses, celebrities and information technology headquartered in New York, USA). The list of places with the greenest water in the world.

Con Dao is listed by Business Insider in the list of places with the greenest  waters in the world. In the photo: Tourists tour the coral reefs in Hon Tai, Con Dao.

Business Insider introduced, Con Son is 97 nautical miles from Vung Tau, and is commonly known as Con Dao. In addition, the island has another name is Kunlun. Con Son is the largest island in the archipelago of 16 large islands, with different names: Con Son, Hon Bay, Big Tre Island, Small Tre Island, Hon Island, Hon Cau, Hon Vung ... (Name Kunshan is named after the largest island in the archipelago.

There are also beautiful beaches with clear blue waters or pristine forests with abundant fauna and flora. Business Insider describes: "Con Son's crystal clear water can print walls rock down to the bottom of the water. Con Son also has pristine beaches, golden sand and beautiful blue water to see the full beauty of turquoise sea water, go to Dam Tre.

Con Dao is listed as Business Insider in the list of places with the green waters in the world. In the photo: Foreign tourists take part in activities to drop baby turtles to the sea at Hon Bay Canh, Con Dao. Photo: DANG KHOA

Kunshan is the only island inhabited by archipelago of 16 islands and was once the site of the famous tourist Travel Leisure ranked as the island's most mysterious island.

In addition to Con Son, Business Insider also lists some of the world's greenest water features, including Egremnoi Beach, Lefkada Island, Greece; Crater Lake, Oregon, USA; Devil's Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands; Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia; Ambergris Caye, Belize, Australia; Five Great Lakes, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China; Havelock Island, India; Islas de Rosario, Colombia; Lake Peyto, Alberta, Canada; Maldives, Palawan (Philippines); To Sua Ocean Trench (Samoa).

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