Aside from popular tourist destinations such as Ha Long bay and Yen Tu, the mountainous district of Binh Lieu in Quang Ninh province has emerged as an ideal location for both domestic and foreign tourists to enjoy the autumn season.
A mountainous border district found in the northeast of Quang Ninh province, Binh Lieu is located approximately 130km from the city of Ha Long. The area boasts a mild climate and is home to a range of stunning landscapes.
Visitors are able to savour the scenic views whilst they travel along the winding roads towards Binh Lieu.
During the autumn, the winding road heading to Binh Lieu can be found covered with white grass flowers, attracting a large number of visitors.
A view of the stunning landscapes seen among the terraced fields of Binh Lieu.
Visitors can experience the area’s rich cultural characteristics by participating in various daily activities of the Tay, Dao, San, and Chi ethnic minorities.
Visitors are also able to experience embroidering patterns and motifs during their visit to the village of the Dao ethnic people.
Alternatively, they can pick vegetables and prepare meals with a host family.
Foreigners attempt to cook fried pho in the Dong Van market.
Faren Rebecca Rajkumar from the United States works in an English centre in Ha Long and is eager to teach the local children English pronunciations.
The Khe Van waterfalls found in Binh Lieu proves a popular attraction for numerous visitors.
A range of majestic mountains such as Cao Ly, Cao Xiêm, and Cao Ba Lanh can serve as campsites for visitors.
Aside from popular tourist destinations such as Ha Long bay and Yen Tu, the mountainous district of Binh Lieu in the northern Quang Ninh province has emerged as an ideal location for both domestic and foreign tourists to enjoy the autumn season.
As a frontier land in the northeast of the country, Binh Lieu district in Quang Ninh province is home to various ethnic groups with unique cultural identities.
“A miniature Sapa” is the most common nickname of Binh Lieu distruct in Quang Ninh province, which has risen to become a favourite tourist attraction for holiday makers over the recent years.