27 Sep, 2019
See gorgeous pictures of Vietnam—from above
National Geographic Magazine has just selected and published the most attractive photos of Vietnamese landscapes and people using flycam.
Girls wash water lilies in a river before selling them at a market in Tan An, Long An. Photo: Phan Khanh.
Tea island is scattered in a lake near the Vietnam – Laos border. Photo: Trung Pham.
The scene of trading and transporting litchi is busy every June in the North. Photo: Tuan Tran.
A scene of dozens of tourist boats sailing in Trang An and Ninh Binh wharves. Photo: Olivier Apicella.
The woman exposes the red bunches of incense to a village in Hanoi. Photo: Pham Ngoc Thach.
A man prepares food for a local festival in the port city of Vung Tau. Photo: Huu Tam.
A photo of high-rise buildings and streets lit at night in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Trung Pham.
Three women share a motorbike on the road in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Khai Nguyen Tuan.
Salt farmers harvest salt from fields in Hon Khoi and Nha Trang during the dry season. Photo: Thien Nguyen.
Hundreds of people practice yoga on a square in the coastal city of Nha Trang. Photo: Hung Pham.
Children fly kites on flooded fields in the Mekong Delta. Photo: Thien Nguyen.
Boats selling goods on the river at Phong Dien floating market, Can Tho. Photo: Carlos Antunes.
Scenes of dancers dancing in a Khmer festival in Kien Giang. Photo: Nhan Le.
Soure :(According to National Geographic)