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Tam Giang is the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia - Hue

Tam Giang lagoon

Tam Giang Lagoon is where the Huong, Bo and O Lau Rivers meet before they flow into the sea through Thuan An estuary. Tam Giang is the largest lagoon in Southeast Asia with a total surface area of 22,000 hectares and depths from 2-7m.

Tam Giang Lagoon supports a range of wetland habitats and the livelihood of 300,000 people who live along the lagoon. The lagoon is also a natural air conditioner for Hue city.

Before the sunset, the men collect fish and shrimp from traps and then they reset traps and nets. Meanwhile, women are soaked in water to catch oysters and clam - some kids playing in the water or help their parent.

The most beautiful moments on the lagoon are the sunset when it turns purple. A few fishing boats return home late and the whole surface of the lagoon ripples in the breeze.
Quiet water
Quiet water
Seine fishing
Seine fishing
Beautiful sunset
Beautiful sunset

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