Lang Son travel
Referred to as the “Halong Bay of the northwest region”, Nong Dung Lake has recently been attracting tourists as an ecotourism destination due to its emerald water and poetic scenery.
Mau Son is a majestic mountain range stretching over the two districts of Cao Loc and Loc Binh in Lang Son Province.
Mau Son mountain range is the highest place in the northern province of Lang Son, with the lowest average year-round temperature in the country at 15.5 degrees Celsius.
For generations, ethnic communities in the northern province of Lang Son like Tay, Nung, Dao or San Chi have taken shelter in trinh tuong (earthen) houses.
Nhi Thanh—a cave with a length of half a kilometer in Lang Son Province—has natural masterpieces capable of satisfying visitors to the province.
The Huu Lien community-based eco-tourism village is an ideal destination for tourists when the COVID-19 pandemic is under control because of its beautiful pristine scenery.
Star anise is a specialty of Lang Son Province in Vietnam’s northern mountain region, it ripens in the fall.
Phai Ve Flagpole, Chi Lang Pass, the Mac Dynasty Citadel, To Thi Mountain, and the Tam Thanh Grotto are some popular places to visit in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son.
The Dong Lam green grasslands in Huu Lien Commune, Huu Lung District, Lang Son Province, cover an area spanning hundreds of hectares deep in the mountains.
Mountain climbing in the northern province of Lang Son has tempted many tourists with the majority being foreigners.
Just 100km away from Hanoi capital, a vast meadow in Huu Lien commune of Huu Lung district, northern mountainous Lang Son province, has developed into a popular spot among travelers due to its pristine beauty.
The mansion of Lang Son Province's former Governor Vi Van Dinh covers more than 4,000 square meters, but now only ruins remain.