So far, not many local travelers have known about this destination in the mountainous province of Yen Bai. It has not only beautiful terraced rice fields but also a spectacular bamboo forest that was planted 60 years ago. The bamboo forest in Na Hang Tua Chu Village, Pung Luong Commune, Mu Cang Chai District, depicts scenes as idyllic as those in martial art movies.
Stone steps leading to the bamboo forest – PHOTOS: HAI DUONG
Hundreds of thousands of bamboo trunks on one hectare offer a fantastic setting for enjoying fresh air and taking nice photos. The deeper tourists go into the forest, the taller bamboo trees they can find.
A small path is lined with high bamboo trees
A lady in Mong ethnic people’s traditional dress
Kids romping under shades of bamboo trees
Mong ethnic women and kids taking a rest in the forest
Bamboo trees under the sun
A house of Mong ethnic family next to the bamboo forest
On Saturday, thousands of residents and tourists flocked to the Dinh River in Khanh Hoa Province for a mesmerizing flower boat festival. The event showcased a stunning display of 28 beautifully decorated flower boats, creating a picturesque scene that captivated all onlookers. Additionally, the festival also included an exhilarating boat race that added an element of excitement and competitiveness to the day's festivities. The atmosphere was filled with joy and awe as spectators marveled at the intricate floral arrangements and cheered on the skilled participants in the race. It was a truly memorable occasion that brought together people from all walks of life to appreciate the beauty of nature and share in a delightful celebration.
Five ambassador wives from Armenia, Morocco, Indonesia, the United States, and the Czech Republic united to showcase their modeling skills at the inaugural event of Vietnam Ao Dai Week 2024, held in Hanoi on February 29th.
On February 29, at 6:30 am (Vietnam time), a commemorative gathering for Merle Ratner took place simultaneously in New York City (USA) and across over 100 virtual platforms around the globe. Among the participants joining the event remotely from Hanoi were Nguyen Ngoc Hung, Vice President of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations, and numerous individuals from the Vietnamese community.