Ba Be Lake in the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan: Ba Be Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam, one of the 100 largest lakes in the world, formed over 200 million years ago. Photo: Virginie.pegoraro.
Hoan Kiem Lake or Sword Lake (Hanoi): This is a natural freshwater lake located in the center of the capital. On weekends, it becomes a walking place, with many interesting activities such as street music and folk games. Photo: Flickr
With an area of about 500 hectares and a romantic natural landscape, West Lake (Hanoi) is an ideal destination for the youth, especially at sunset. Some nearby destinations visitors can explore are Nghi Tam and Nhat Tan villages, Soc temple, Tran Quoc pagoda. Photo: Unsplash.
T’Nung lakes (Pleiku, Gia Lai) are remnants of a volcano that became inactive hundreds of millions of years ago. With clear blue water, the lake is known as the pearl of the Central Highlands. Dawn is the right time to feel the full beauty of this place. Photo: Flickr.
Located in the heart of the city, Xuan Huong Lake is called "the heart of Da Lat ctiy". This is an artificial lake, with an area of about 32 hectares, located at an altitude of 1,478 m above sea level. It is likened to a giant mirror, nestled in a row of pine trees, reflecting the foggy city. Visitors can bike or walk around the lake to feel the cold weather of Da Lat. Photo: Flickr.
Tri An Lake (Dong Nai) is the main water reservoir of Tri An hydroelectric dam. The artificial lake is impressive with clear water, covered with shade of greenery, suitable for travel on hot summer days. Photo: Flickr.
As one of the largest artificial lakes in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, Dau Tieng (Tay Ninh, Binh Duong) attracts visitors thanks to its charming scenery and unique ecosystem. Going to the forest, hiking, swimming in the lake, organizing picnics are not to be missed here./.