Cam Ranh


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Cam Ranh

(ˈkæm ˈræn)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Vietnam: large natural harbour, used at times as a naval base by French, Japanese, US, and Russian forces successively. Pop: 147 000 (2006 est)
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Vietnam is a key focus market for Radisson Hotel Group, and Radisson Blu Hoi An becomes the company's fourth property in this dynamic South East Asia country, following Radisson Blu Resort Phu Quoc, Radisson Blu Resort Cam Ranh and Radisson Resort Phu Quoc Long Beach.
Last month, a Canadian frigate and a support vessel passed through Taiwan Strait in a recent string of such transits, as they came from a visit to Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay heading to Northeast Asia.
As has been observed, Russia and the US have long eyed Cam Ranh in Vietnam as a strategic asset.
The deals are bringing Ascott into six new cities across Asia-Pacific, Central Asia and Africa , including Atyrau in Kazakhstan, Nairobi in Kenya, Yokohama in Japan, Seongnam in South Korea, as well as Cam Ranh and Hoi An in Vietnam.
The Vespa tour they have organised is my only off-site excursion since arriving at The Anam, a new five-star resort set amid lush tropical hillsides and crystal blue waters on the Cam Ranh peninsula.
"The Indian Navy's ships are on return passage from their successful deployment to South and East China Seas as part of the annual Eastern Fleet Over Seas Deployment during which they visited Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, Qingdao, China and Busan, South Korea," the release added.
I was flying C-130s (TAC Airlift) out of Saigon and later Cam Ranh Bay from 1968-71, about a year and half in each location.
A particularly large increase in the number of international hoteliers was observed this year, with recent announcements including the Mandarin Oriental, Movenpick, Melia and INNSIDE in HCM City, Ramada Kahuna Ho Tram Strip in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, and the Best Western Premier in Quang Binh and Cam Ranh.
The submarine called at Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay Monday, then joined the other three warships just southwest of Scarborough Shoal.
The visitors arrived in southern Cam Ranh airport and were stopped by security.
Guy Clark received orders to go to Vietnam, and upon arrival that June was assigned to be a flight surgeon at Cam Ranh Bay Air Force Base, on the South China Sea.