Marvelous rock structures jut out of Na Hang Lake in the northern province of Tuyen Quang, looking like the more famous Ha Long Bay.
Tuyen Quang, 130km to the northwest of Hanoi, might never pop up in any top 10 tourist attraction list in Vietnam, but its spectacular landscapes surprise many visitors.
It has many pristine lakes and green mountains, but the 8,000-hectare Na Hang – Lam Binh lake is arguably the most magnificent.
The lake lies at the intersection of the Gam and Nang rivers, surrounded by mountains and looking like a miniature version of Ha Long Bay with its small islets.
A boat trip on Na Hang Lake, usually lasting four to five hours, takes visitors through several stops.
Some photos of Na Hang Lake:
Compiled by Q. Khuyen
Lying in the furthest district of Tuyen Quang Province, Na Hang Reservoir of the Tuyen Quang Hydropower Plant offers visitors a stunning view of green mountains, impressive caves and waterfalls, and clear emerald water.
A boat floats slowly across a mirror-like lake. Sky and water meet to create a feast for tourists’ eyes. Forests stretch out into the distance. Mountains rise majestically into the distance.
Na Hang Lake is located in the area of two districts of Lam Binh and Na Hang (Tuyen Quang) with the legend of the phoenix. Here visitors can relax and immerse in a peaceful place.