On the evening of June 30, 2023, at the Ninh Hai District People’s Committee of Ninh Thuan Province, the Vietnam Records Organization presented a Vietnamese record certificate to a Ninh Hai district representative. The Vietnamese record for Ninh Hai district is named “The Vietnam’s longest coastal mural painting themed ‘Protecting environment, the sea, and the homeland of Ninh Hai on the way to creating new rural areas’ made by workers, employees, and labors of Ninh Hai districts.”
The artwork was painted on the coastline wall of Vinh Hy – Binh Tien beach, about 12m from Phan Rang city – Cham Old Tower to the northeast.
The artwork is the result of the Ninh Hai district’s Painting Contest ‘Protecting the Environment, the Sea, and the Homeland of Ninh Hai on the Way to Creating New Rural Areas’, which was held in December 2022 with the goal of spreading the love of the country to employees and residents.
The artwork, which was 737.3m long and 1.5m tall and took three months to complete, gives tourists a different perspective on the Ninh Hai district.
The mural paintings are particularly notable for their vivid dots depicting the natural scenery, scenic sites, daily life, and labor attractiveness of coastal people, such as Nui Chua National Park, Vinh Hy bay, Trung Son ancient temple, and so on.Each image has a topic, resulting in a striking composite image of Ninh Hai’s homeland and people.
After evaluating registration paperwork, the Vietnam Records Organization – VietKings has decided to grant a record for the leaders and people of Ninh Hai district, following the procedure of making efforts to create a new record. The theme of the artwork is “Protecting environment, the sea, and the homeland of Ninh Hai on the way to creating new rural areas”. The historic event took place at the People’s Committee of Ninh Hai district, Ninh Thuan province, in the presence of Ninh Hai district officials and residents.
Attending the ceremony, on behalf of the Board of Directors of the Vietnam Records Organization (Vietkings), there was the presence of Lawyer Nguyen Manh Quy – Deputy Director of the Institute of Intellectual Property, Standing Committee of the Establishment Board of the Vietnam Records Organization; Mrs. Vo Luu Lan Uyen – Deputy Secretary General of the Vietnam Records Organization.
On the side of local leaders, there were the presence of provincial leaders and leaders of Ninh Hai district, along with artists from 10 contest teams of communes, towns, Nui Chua National Park and the entire people of Ninh Hai district.