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)
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