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Near Ke Ga Lighthouse, at the Ke Ga Islet, Bin Thuan, Vietnam
You’re at the heart of Ke Ga Islet, between one-story building with the keepers of the lighthouse and the Lighthouse Ke Ga itself. The Islet has quite a scenically attractive landscape with its alley of leafless but blooming plumeria trees and giant oval-shaped boulders suppressing the force of crashing waves of South China Sea. If you decide to ascent the lighthouse, you should address the keepers and after paying a fee of 20 000 dong (USD 1) per person you’d be able to experience a breath-taking view of the Islet and surrounding coastal area.
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上传: 27/03/2011
更新: 19/08/2013


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