Nestled in the midst of primeval mountains in remote Vân Hồ District, Sơn La Province, Nàng Tiên Waterfall is a breathtaking landscape that could amaze anyone. Although lesser known to the public, this is definitely a place not to be missed if you want to explore the stunning nature of Việt Nam.
Nine major airlines have officially resumed regular flights on 10 air routes connecting the central city of Đà Nẵng with Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Japan and India between March and September, sparking a wake-up in tourism markets in Northeast Asia and ASEAN destinations.
Séo Mý Tỷ still retains the characteristics of a Mông village in Sa Pa Town, Lào Cai Province, with roofs thatched with pơ mu wood and terraced fields winding around the highest man-made lake in Indochina.
As one of the rivers flowing along the borders of the country, Quây Sơn River is as poetic and beautiful as a picture. It runs through the rolling limestone mountains of Trùng Khánh District, Cao Bằng Province.