When it comes to Hoa Binh province tourism, normally everyone thinks of the Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant and the Hoa Binh Lake – the plant’s reservoir which is a part of the Da River.
The most familiar image of the lake is viewed from the plant’s main dam in Hoa Binh City.
However, it would be a completely different experience when taking on a boat trip inside the lake to enjoy its stunning beauty along over 200km, with distinct views of the jade reservoir from the beautiful lakeside villages.
Here are the stunning photos on the lake’s beauty captured by Tuyet Loan:
Dawn on the lake, seen from Ke village, Hien Luong commune, Da Bac district.
A fishing boat returning to its dock (Ke village).
A lake view from Vay Nua wharf (Da Bac district).
Fishing farms view from Vua Nua wharf.
A stunning jade beauty seen from Dua islet (Thung Nai).
Da Bia hamlet in Tien Phong commune, Da Bac district with kayaks ready to serve visitors.
A sunny day on the lake (from Da Bia).
Dawn on the lake from Ngoi hamlet (Ngoi Hoa commune, Tan Lac district).
Owl-light in Ngoi hamlet.
Hoa Binh Lake looks like a Ha Long Bay on land seen from Ba Khan commune (Mai Chau).
Mountains, forests and the lake mix together as seen from Tan Mai, Mai Chau.
A peaceful scenery in Mai Chau.
|The distinct jade colour of Hoa Binh Lake – one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Vietnam.|