Last update 14:29 | 21/03/2017
Hon Kho is one of the Cham Islands (Cù lao Chàm), a cluster of islets located near the city of Hoi An in Quang Nam Province.
The Cham Islands are recognised as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The Cham Islands collectively are comprised of eight separate islets that have a combined population of 3,000.
The island of Hon Kho is an historical and cultural relic treasure chest.
Architecture structures of the Viet and Cham peoples here date back hundreds of years.
The island is attractive to visitors thanks to year-round cool weather and its diverse flora and fauna.
The coral reefs in the marine area of the island have received world acclaim and are listed in the World Red Book of Endangered Species.
Many visitors come here to relax, go snorkelling, discover the life of local people and enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the island.
To keep the environment green and clean, the local inhabitants of Hon Kho have gotten together to protect the island.
They know that if they don’t protect the island it will ruin not only the coral reefs but their livelihoods.
Therefore, leaders of the island of Hon Khosay they are determined to protect the environment.