Mau Son Mountain in Lang Son, Sapa in Lao Cai, Tay Con Linh in Ha Giang province, to name a few, are top destinations for snow lovers in Vietnam.
Mau Son Mountain in the northern province of
Lang Son is considered a paradise for ‘snow hunters’. With an altitude of
800-1,000 m, it is one of the coldest regions in Vietnam.
Apart from enjoying snow in Mau Son, tourists can
visit other tourist attractions such as Tam Thanh cave, To Thi Mountain, and Ky
Cung temple while discovering local specialties.
Sapa in Lao Cai province is located at an
altitude of 1,600m above sea level. The temperature in Sapa in winter can drop
to between 0-5 Celsius. It is one of the best places to enjoy stunning snowy
landscapes with trees, mountains, and hills blanketed with frost.
Tay Con Linh in Ha Giang province
delights visitors with its spectacular views of ice crusted forests and
mountains carpeted with snow.
With an altitude of 1,930m above sea level, Phia
Oac Mountain is viewed as the roof top of Cao Bang province.
With an increasing price, garlic - Ly Son’s famous specialty - is considered as "white gold". At harvest time, the "white gold" is dried everywhere. The rooftops are used to expose garlic to the sun on the island, where is considered as the garlic kingdom.
A ceremony to kick off the Cua Ong Temple Festival and welcome the certificate of the national special intangible cultural heritage status bestowed the event took place in Quang Ninh on March 18.
March, when the trees change leaves, is one of the most blossoming months of the year in Hanoi. Walking along the city streets, visitors will be surprised to realise that Hanoi has all four seasons with every colour of flowers and plants.
At 1,050 m above the sea level, Moc Chau in the northern mountainous province of Son La appeals to visitors with its pristine beauty with peach and apricot blossoms in spring.
In the soft spring drizzle on the first days of the lunar month, local amateur and professional Quan Ho (love duet) singers flocked to Tien Du district, Bac Ninh province to celebrate the annual Lim festival.
The festive season in Vietnam has begun with many traditional festivals open on the first days of the Lunar New Year, including Huong Pagoda Festival, Bai Dinh Pagoda Festival, and Giong Festival.