Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park, located in Bac Kan Province, is the premier tourist site in northeast Viet Nam. The Park is named after Ba Be Lake, Vietnam's largest and highest, natural freshwater lake, situated at about 150 meters above sea level. The Lake is the centerpiece of a landscape dominated by limestone mountains and covered in thick forest.

Nam Ha National Protected Area

The Nam Ha National Protected Area was established in 1993 with the introduction of the Lao PDR protected area system. Located in Luang Namtha province in northern Lao PDR, the National Park spans five districts and covers 222,400 hectares. Luang Namtha is home to more than 20 different ethnic groups, making it a remarkable repository of ethnic diversity and indigenous knowledge.

Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park

The Hoang Lien Sa Pa National Park was created in 2002, covering 29,845 hectares in Viet Nam's mountainous province of Lao Cai. The Hoang Lien Son range of mountains dominates the district, which is at the eastern extremity of the Himalayas. The Park borders Phong Tho District in Lai Chau Province to the east, the communes of Ho Mit, Pac Ta, Nam Can in Than Uyen District to the south and the Ta Giang Phin, Ta Phin, Ban Khoang, Trung Chai communes in Sa Pa District to the north. The Park has been demarcated into 11,800 hectares of strictly protected area; 17,900 hectares of ecology recovery area; and 38,724 hectares as buffer zone.

Community Protected Areas of Phnom Kulen

Phnom Kulen National Park was designated in 1993 by a Royal Decree of King Norodom Sihanouk. PKNP is named after the evergreen lychee tree species (Litchi chinensis), which is known from this park. PKNP is a 37, 373 ha protected area in North-western Cambodia and lies approximately 50 km north of Siem Reap town with the world heritage’s famous temples of Angkor Wat. Geographically, PKNP with an elevation of up to 500 m is a unique predominantly sandstone geographical feature in the largely flat lowland landscape of northern Cambodia. The park is divided into two distinct plateaus and is the source of the Siem Reap River and a critical part of the upper water shed catchment for Siem Reap Province. PKNP is not only Cambodia’s most sacred mountain and of immense spiritual, cultural and historical value, but also rich in biodiversity.

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