A boat floats slowly across a mirror-like lake. Sky and water meet to create a feast for tourists’ eyes. Forests stretch out into the distance. Mountains rise majestically into the distance.
Lâm Bình District in the northen province of Tuyên Quang is endowed with abundant national heritage sites and eco-tourism destinations.
More than 50 years ago, the site was a lake providing irrigation water for surrounding fields in Thanh An and Thanh Thịnh communes. Locals started to grow tea on the islands three years ago.
It takes an hour and a half to drive from Hà Nội city centre to Ba Vì National Park, the mountainous region of the capital. It’s a wonderful option for a weekend retreat.
An exhibition house of sounds displaying traditional musical instruments of Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) region has opened in Đắk Nông Province’s Gia Nghĩa town.