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Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

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(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Chuon lagoon, part of the Tam Giang lagoon aquatic system, passes through Highway 49 and An Truyen village, Phu Vang district, Thua Thien-Hue province, nearly 15 kilometres away from the centre of Hue city.

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

Chuon lagoon, also known as Cau Hai lagoon, is a favourite destination for many tourists who visit the ancient capital of Hue.

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

Chuon lagoon is peaceful in the early morning.

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

People here live by fishing. They begin their work at 6pm and end at 6am the next day.

 

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

Buffalos wading in the water in a quiet space

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

The lagoon becomes crowded with fishermen, adults and children when fishing boats dock after their long offshore fishing journeys.

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

The boats are not only means of subsistence, but also the residence of fishermen and their families.

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

 

The rice cake with a special kind of fish in Chuon village

 Peaceful life in Chuon lagoon

The beautiful scenery in Chuon lagoon makes such a deep impression on visitors that they do not want to leave here.

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