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)
As mid-Autumn festival draws near, many people come to the Lantern town area in District 5 of Ho Chi Minh City.
Magnificent ancient craters, colorful coral reef carpets, some million-year-old sedimentary rock islets are among special treats that Ly Son Island in Quang Ngai province offer local and foreign visitors.
Coming to Na Khuong hamlet, in Ban Bo commune, Tam Duong district of the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau, visitors are impressed by 25 giant water wheels used for irrigational purposes.
Vietnam’s northwestern region welcomes September and October with golden terraced rice fields. Here are some pictures of yellow season in Mu Cang Chai, Y Ty, and Hoang Su Phi taken by photographer Le Viet Khanh:
More than 1,000 people participated in a meeting in the northern province of Hoa Binh on September 23 in response to the Clean up the World campaign.
Just about 50km southwest of Hanoi’s centre, a "green gemstone” is tucked away in the suburban district of My Duc. Quan Son Lake is the perfect attraction for nature-lovers to enjoy on the weekend.