4 Dams in Vietnam that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Dams to explore in Vietnam

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Đập Đồng CamHoà Hội, Phú Hòa, Phú Yên, Vietnam

Dong Cam Dam is the largest irrigation project in Phu Yen Province , Vietnam. The dam connects Tru Cat mountain, Hoa Hoi commune , Phu Hoa district on the north bank with Qui Hau mountain, Son Thanh Dong commune , Tay Hoa district on the south bank, the dam is 688 meters long with more than 2500 items, large and small, with two channels. It is the North and South main canals that irrigate the whole Tuy Hoa rice area of ​​220 km²

Hoa Binh Hydropower PlantTân Thịnh, Hòa Bình, Hoa Binh, Vietnam

The Hòa Bình Dam on the Black River is the largest hydroelectric dam in Vietnam from 1994 to 2012 (this record was broken by Sơn La Dam). Power is generated by utilizing eight turbines with a capacity of 240 MW, totaling the installed capacity to 1,920 MW. The Sông Đà Reservoir (Black River Reservoir) was formed as the river was dammed.

Na Hang DamNa Hang Dam, tt. Na Hang, Na Hang, Tuyên Quang, Vietnam

The Na Hang Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Gâm River near Pác Tạ Mountain in Tuyên Quang Province, Vietnam.

Son La DamNhà máy thủy điện Sơn La, Ít Ong, Mường La, Sơn La, Vietnam

The Son La Hydropower Project is the largest and most complex dam project ever built in Vietnam.