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10 photos that will make you want to travel to Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia is a photographer’s playground with so many vibrant colours, interesting cultures and people, and amazing light to capture it all! Chris König is a 22 years old self-taught photographer, specialising in outdoor- and lifestyle photography who wanted to share some of his favourite photos from the region. Be inspired to buy a camera and a one-way ticket! 1. Java, Indonesia The Milky Way as seen from the Bromo volcano on Java, Indonesia. After a couple of hours hi ...
Bagan and austere beauties
Although tourism has not really developed, many travelers love Bagan because of impartial, open-hearted indigenous residents and the space steeped in culture. © Thang Le Bagan is well-known as one of the most amazing sites in Myanmar (Burma). Formerly, this region was named Pagan and used to be the capital of the namesake kingdom, which had existed in the phase of 9th to 13th century AD. © Thang Le Tourists can travel to Bagan by bus or plane. This city is 600km fro ...
15 pictures that will make you want to visit Hoi An
Hội An is an ancient city located in central coast of Vietnam. This ancient town is well known for its tranquility and beautiful scenery. Besides the city traditional neighborhood and its beautiful yellow walls, Hoi An also has great beaches, green rice fields that separated by small roads which make it perfect for bicycle rides. See more Hoi An travel guide at here. In addition, the village of Tra Que which is located a few kilometer outside of Hoi An Ancient Town is an another mus ...
I traveled to Phu Quoc in Vietnam to capture its wild beauty
Phu Quoc is also known as the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc island has been endowed with wild and natural beauty. In 2014 Phu Quoc was nicknamed “Paradise Pearl Island”. It has always attracted a large number of domestic and international visitors. I had a chance to visit this beautiful island at the end of May, 2015. Phu Quoc is a great place to take sunrise and sunset photos and I would like to share my collection with you. See more Phu Quoc Island travel guide at ...
The magic of Vietnam in 22 photos
Vietnam: an intoxicating country full of stunning sights, sizzling beaches and sumptuous food. It’s a country bound to make an impact on you, no matter where you go, whether it’s trekking with hill tribes near Sa Pa, or whizzing around Ho Chi Minh City on a motorbike. From our favourite Picfair photographers, here are 22 gorgeous pictures of Vietnam. An elderly woman in Hoi An Hoi An Portrait by Iselin Shaw Of-Tordarroch / Picfair Woman and baby Amazing baby by sa ...
Cham islands-wonderful environment for visitors
The Cham Islands are a cluster of islands in Tan Hiep Commune, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province. About 15 kilometres offshore from Cua Dai Beach, the Cham Islands are recognised as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. The Cham Islands constitute 8 islands namely Hon Lao (Pearl Island), Hon Dai (Long Island), Hon Mo (Tomb Island), Hon Kho me (Dry Island – mother), Hon Kho con (Dry Island – child), Hon La (Leaf Island), Hon Tai (Ear Island) and Hon Ong (Man Island). The total population ...
White sand dunes
Mui Ne is not just famous for its wonderful beaches and other unique Cham towers, but also White Sand Dunes. White Sand Dunes is the most outstanding sandy hills in Binh Thuan in particular and Vietnam in general. Tiptoeing along White Sand Dunes in Mui Ne is one of should-not-miss things to do in Mui Ne, apart from enjoying great time in cool seawater. Such sand dunes make Mui Ne more attractive and a unique spot in Binh Thuan as well as in a tropical country like Vietnam. Sand dunes str ...
Tuyen Lam lake
From Phuong Hoang Mountain, tourists will feel the beautiful scenery of Tuyen Lam Lake surrounded by vast pine forests. Wonderful natural landscapes along with talent hands of the locals have brought the lake to become a fascinating attraction in Dalat. See more Dalat travel guide at here. Far about 5km from Dalat city center to the south, Tuyen Lam Lake owns an area of 360ha. This is the extremely appropriate venue for sports activities, namely hiking, boating or fishing. From a ...
Top Vietnam destinations for photographers
Vietnam boasts beautiful coastlines, stunning mountains, impressive cities and flawless national parks, all of which provide visitors with plenty to see and do. As well as a varied culture and a whole host of traditional and modern influences from the country’s past and present residents, Vietnam is also the perfect place to find visual dramatics. Perfect for the amateur or expert photographer, the country offers simply breath-taking and often surreal views, of which it’s difficul ...
Beautiful landmarks and sceneries are not enough to attract Rehahn, a native French photographer, who released his first photo book, ‘Vietnam: Mosaic of Contrasts’ early this year. It’s the people, or to be more specific, it’s the elderly and young children, that Rehahn captures through his lens. Born and raised in France, Rehahn Croquevielle has a passion for travelling. He has visited many places around the world in his 34 years. However, it was only seven year ...
Vietnamese women through the lens of female photographer
Charming Vietnamese women is the main subject in photographs taken by Van Anh from Ho Chi Minh City. She has won many domestic and international photography awards. Friends Ethnic minority children in northern mountainous area learning the national language Mother’s love Hard-working Female worker in Bien Hoa industrial zone, Dong Nai Province A 90-year-old woman #related# Mother and son An old woman from M’Nong ethnic minori ...
Poetic Mai Chau Valley in the new season
The fields in Mai Chau Valley, Hoa Binh Province are in the new rice season. Everywhere farmers are transplanting rice seedlings. About 130 km from Hanoi, after about four hours on the bus, you will see Mai Chau located in a peaceful valley next to Highway 6. The distance is not too far, combined with spectacular views. Mai Chau has become the favorite destination of tourists. From above, you can enjoy panoramic Mai Chau valley with fields covered by water to prepare for transplant ...
Ha Giang’s wonderful beauty through the lens of travellers
Ha Giang is a province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. It is located in the far north of the country, and contains Vietnam's northernmost point. Ha Giang is a famous destination with many tourist attractions as follow. Ha Giang – the northernmost point of Vietnam - with unspoiled scenery, the blend of rock and flowers is a must-come destination in northern Vietnam. Nui Doi or Double Mountains are located along Highway 4C. They are about 40 kilometers from Ha Giang tow ...
5 best places to take photos in Hanoi
Wandering around Hoan Kiem Lake on a sunny Sunday afternoon, you will catch sight of many young men with their professional cameras stick to their eyes and beautiful young girls in their fancy clothes attractively posing. As a matter of fact, photography is now becoming more and more popular in Vietnam nowadays, and here are five Hanoi’s photogenic spots with their breathtaking natural settings which serve as perfect backgrounds for photographers. See more Hanoi travel guide at her ...
At the beginning of the Autumn, West Lake in Hanoi is covered with mist every early morning. The scene even attracts the attention of people who are the most neglectful. See more Hanoi travel guide at here. Le The Thang - a photographer is living and working in Hanoi, the land he has love for even more than his homeland. "I love Hanoi, particularly Ho Tay sufficient enough to hang around and wander in my free time, whether it is sunny or rainy", he said. "It seems to me ...
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