Located in southeast of Phu Quoc island, untouched Nam Du archipelago with more than 21 islands, has become an attractive destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.
Nam Du island is surrounded by
lush green coconut tree rows and poetic landscapes (Photo: VNA)
Turquoise green sea of Nam Du
Tourists can experience
kayaking right on Cay Men beach. (Photo: VNA)
After a long journey to
explore the archipelago, Men beach is an ideal destination to relax and indulge
in a peaceful ambiance (Photo: VNA)
One corner of Nam Du
archipelago with throng of fishing boats anchored. (Photo: VNA)
Aquatic farming cages on Nam Du waters (Photo: VNA)
Rice crops begin to ripe in terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi district, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang.
For many years, on the occasion of National Day (September 2), local people in Tam Duong district, in the mountainous northern province of Lai Chau, and neighbouring areas have immersed themselves in the indigenous cultural and artistic space imbued with the identities of the local ethnic minorities. National Day celebrations in Tam Duong have very much become a common festive day for the local people to meet, exchange and enjoy entertainment.
The northern region’s paddy fields in autumn sunlight look peaceful and beautiful, jogging sweet childhood memories.
The Trang An tourism Complex, located in the northern province of Ninh Binh, was recognised as a world cultural and natural heritage site by UNESCO in 2015 thanks to its natural and cultural values.
The beauty of Vietnam is lively portrayed through the lens of five photographers – Pham An Duong, Nguyen Phuc Loc, Minh Hoa, Dang Tuan and Nguyen Thanh Hai - at the exhibition "Colour of Life".