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With the height of 3143 meters above sea level, located in the core of Hoang Lien National Park, Fansipan has been one of the most famous mountains in Vietnam to
Through an overall looking, Y Ty is the heaven of cloud in Lao Cai. At a viewpoint from a small village, you can enjoy the impressive scene with unlimited quantity
Some tell that Vietnamese are "Cloud Hunters", referring to how Vietnamese love the view of magnificent ocean of cloud. And that's why so many of us come to Ta Chi
When the reputation of the legendary Fansipan faded away, BACH MOC LUONG TU appears and become the first choice to replace that position. Located on the line between Lai Chau
Nhiu Co San is not the only name of this mountain. The natives Mong Tribe call it "Sung Trau" mountain (buffalo's horn).
This mountain is quite strange and new to Vietnamese
CONQUERING LUNG CUNG Lung Cung used to be in the top 10 highest mountains in Vietnam before Chung Nhia Vu was discovered. However, this route has always been popular not
The native Mong call this forest by another name: Co Trau, which means the neck of a Buffalo. Located in Tam Duong - Lai Chau province with the height of
Putaleng is the mountain ranked 3rd in the highest mountains in Viet Nam.
Not only famous for limpid streams or the mysterious forest covering mountain slopes, Putaleng also has reputation
Ngu Chi Son is widely known as the one of the most impressive tourist destination in the Northwest of Vietnam.
It is a very strange mountain which has the shape of
Ta Xua is one of the most magnificent mountain in the North of Vietnam. At 2865 meters high, it’s famous for diversified tropical forests, tips of the mountain which protrudes
CONQUERING PO MA LUNG Po Ma Lung (also known as The Wall/Bach Moc Luong – “White Wood Forest”) is a mountain peak discovered by a group of young people in
CONQUERING NAM KANG HO TAO Nam Kang Ho Tao – the mountain with a strange name, although not in the top 10 highest peaks in Vietnam, still holds the most
CONQUER PUSILUNG Pusilung, or Pu Si Lung, is considered the roof of the border area – a name that is still unfamiliar to the majority of travelers; however, is a
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