Destinations from South to North bring both modern and untouched beauty through the bird-eyed photographs.
Sa Dec flower village is the flower capital of the Mekong Delta region, with an area of nearly 600 hectares, where more than 2,000 households plant flowers for their life. Coming to this flower village in December every year, visitors will see the bustling people watering, fertilizing flowers to serve the Tet market.
The author of the series is Dam Van Thao (1996), who is passionate about photography and likes to save beautiful moments on trips.
Landmark 81 at night. Working in Ho Chi Minh City, Thao has a lot of time to capture the beauty of the famous landmarks and architectural works here, including Landmark 81 at 461.3 m height.
Statue of Christ in the sunrise, taken in the coastal city of Vung Tau, Ba Ria – Vung Tau. The statue faces the southern sea, this construction began in 1974 and took 19 years to complete. Statue of Christ Kito is located at an altitude of nearly 200 m. Here, visitors can catch the cool breeze from the sea, to admire the panoramic view of Vung Tau city after climbing 133 steps of the spiral staircase inside the statue.
Cows cross the grassy fields on the outskirts of Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
Nam Cuong sand dune, located in An Hai commune, Ninh Phuoc district, Ninh Thuan province, appears as desert areas from a bird’s eye view. This destination is about 8 km southeast of Phan Rang city. The author said that the best time to take photos of sand dunes is early morning and late afternoon
Ta Dung Lake, Dak Nong, is still quite strange on the tourist map but is a familiar destination for many southern photographers. Ta Dung is like the small version of Ha Long Bay in the Central Highlands with more than ample and small 40 dunes undulating on the lake.
A corner of Da Lat appears in the night clouds. The city of fog on the Lam Dong plateau is always a favorite destination in Vietnam, suitable for year-round sightseeing thanks to its diversity of flowers. This destination also often attracts photographers to hunt clouds, dew, dawn.
The picture “Net flower” shows fishermen catching anchovies in Hon Yen and Phu Yen waters. Hon Yen locates in Nhon Hoi village, An Hoa commune, Tuy An district, about 20 km northeast of Tuy Hoa city. Visiting Hon Yen, you will have the opportunity to experience as a fisherman, watch the busy fishing boats and the scene of fishers rushing to work in the early morning and afternoon.
A corner of Le Thuy beach in Binh Son district, Quang Ngai, this is an attractive destination for locals thanks to clear blue water, beautiful cliffs, golden sand, and many scenes among them still retain the pristine beauty.
The ancient town of Hoi An appears in the late afternoon with many layers of dark brown tile roofs, separated by small roads that have just lighted up. UNESCO recognized this ancient town as a World Cultural Heritage site in 1999. The Travel and Leisure Magazine also voted hoi An as the top 15 best tourist cities in the world in 2019.
A corner of Danang city is colorful at night. This place has beautiful beaches, many buildings, and modern resorts. Every summer, the city attracts visitors by the international fireworks festival held on the banks of the Han River.
Terraced fields look amazing in Sa Pa during the ripe rice season. The two best times to visit the terraced fields here are the water-pouring season (April – May) and the ripe rice season (August – September). Besides, visitors to Sapa can take the cable car to Mount Fansipan, visit Hoang Lien National Park, Muong Hoa valley, and experience the culture of the H’Mong, Dao Do, Tay.
Photo: Dam Van Thao