In recent years, Co To Island has become a favourite destination of tourists who want to enjoy its primitive natural beauty and long white sandy beaches.
High-speed boats are used to travel to and from the
island (Photo: VNA)
Panoramic view of a fishing village and a logistics
area on Co To Island (Photo: VNA)
Small wooden houses on Hoang Van beach (Photo: VNA)
Mong Rong Rock Ground is a
must-see destination on Co To Island. (Photo: VNA)
The panoramic view of Co To from Co To Lighthouse
Co To Con and Thanh Lan islands seen from the
lighthouse (Photo: VNA)
The sea in Co To is clear and
fresh (Photo: VNA)
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Located 110km west of Ha Giang City (Ha Giang province), Hoang Su Phi lies in a complex terrain, divided by medium-high mountains and has various narrow valleys blanketed with fog all year round.
Situated near the Mekong River, the Sa Dec flower village in the city of the same name is famous for its flowers that bloom all year round, thanks to its rich soil that is fertilised by the river’s alluvial deposits.