As April rolls around and the chilly, clouded Northwest peaks receive the first rays of sunlight, Rhododendron simsii, dubbed ‘empress of mountain flowers’ are awoken in all their glory after a long winter retreat.
Phu Yen encompasses a diverse landscape of rivers, lagoons, mountains and fertile plains with nearly some 125 miles of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. The province has long won praise for its friendly people, delicious food, and gorgeous places of interest.
With over 3,000 km of coastal line, Vietnam is no shortage of stunning beaches and natural bays, along with rocky islands and magical caves including these below destinations, which are usually overflowed with domestic and foreign tourists.
Admire the glittering terraced fields stretching endlessly or participating in the unique seasonal festivals. Especially the scenery changing colors from time to time of the day. It's extremely interesting experiences when coming to Mu Cang Chai in pour water season.
Pho Tro is a small village on the outskirts of Pho Bang town in Dong Van District. Set amid the granite mountains of Sung La Valley, it is blessed with majestic beauty. Located in its center is the one-hectare Dragon Lake, which is cherished by locals because it has a constant, never-ending flow of water that is rare in highland areas.