At an altitude of more than 1,300 metres above sea level, Ka Lang is a border commune in Muong Te district in the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau boasting majestic natural landscapes and is an ideal “cloud hunting” spot for tourists.
The Tuyen Lam Lake National Tourism Area in Da Lat city, in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, became Vietnam's first UNESCO-recognised outstanding Asia-Pacific tourism area and was the only one in Asia to be so honoured in New Delhi on August 3.
Located about two kilometres from downtown Ha Long city, Tuan Chau Island is a perfect getaway for tourists due to its stunning natural surroundings, and has become a driving force for Quang Ninh province's tourism development in recent times.
The northwestern province of Hoa Binh, about 73km from Hanoi, is considered the cradle of Muong culture with many new things to explore. This place is loved by many tourists because of the wild, poetic nature and many attractive destinations.
Muong Lay town in Dien Bien province boasts a very special position compared to other localities around Vietnam, as it is located on the banks of the Son La Hydropower Reservoir at the confluence of the Da River, the Nam Na River, and Nam Lay Stream. Muong Lay has long been dubbed a "jewel" atop the northwest skies thanks to its scenery that makes visitors fall in love.