Terraced fields in Yen Bai province, tea hills in Thai Nguyen province, stone islands in the middle of the sea in Quang Ninh and ancient communal houses are among typical images in the northern region of Vietnam.

 Yen Minh district, Ha Giang province is a poetic land with pine forests stretching in combination with H’Mong ethnic minority houses.


 Mu Cang Chai is the western district of Yen Bai province. It lies in the foot of Hoang Lien Son mountain, at an altitude of 1,000 metres above sea level. It attracts photographers because of the poetic beauty from the terraced fields.


Ban Gioc Waterfall in Cao Bang province is recognised the most beautiful one in Vietnam.

 Listed one of 16 world most beautiful lakes by MSN, Ba Be Lake in Bac Kan province is the largest natural lake in Vietnam. Dug-out canoes are the main means of transport and livelihood for local residents.


 Tea hills in Thai Nguyen province do not bring specialty but they do create poetic scenery.


 Famous for Ha Long bay - the world natural heritage, Quang Ninh province is the destination of clouds and stone islands stretching out and into the sea.

 The afternoon on port Zero number . This is the starting point of the legendary Ho Chi Minh trail at sea, situated in Do Son district, Hai Phong city which was ranked a national historic relic in 2008.


 Nom village is a typical ancient village in Hung Yen province.

 Rows of trees create a typical scene around Hanoi in winter.

 Tam Coc landscape with its poetic Ngo Dong river is also a typical image in Ninh Binh province.

 Coming to Nam Dinh province, it is not difficult for tourists to meet with pagodas’ bell towers, outstanding in peaceful scenery.

 A funeral goes through the green rice fields in Thai Binh province.