With wild beauty covered by spectacular nature, Phu Ninh Lake is regarded as the “blue gem” amongst the blue sky and immense land of the harsh central region in Vietnam.
Far from Tam Ky, Quang Nam about 7 km, Phu Ninh Lake is loved by the locals and called “Blue gem”. In the sweltering weather, blazing sun of Central region, Phu Ninh Lake appears with the wide space with the blue color, diverse flora species, beautiful mountains, more magnificent oasis amongst the immense waves.
Phu Ninh Lake is surrounded by green forests, mountains, poetic streams along with the same green color stretching to infinity. Coming to Phu Ninh Lake, you will feel the wild beauty, coolness, unique natural scenery, which are is not inferior to any famous tourist destinations in Vietnam. Even a lot of backpackers prefer calling this place with the name “Maldives Paradise” of Quang Nam. Organized by Ultimate Hanoi Adventures, this local operator offer local experiences with the getaway to non-touristy place like Phu Ninh lake. You guys will get to enjoy the peaceful and get the joy of your travel.
Phu Ninh lake has about 30 large and small islets
Phu Ninh lake has about 30 large and small islets which are known by names like Turtle Island, Monkey Island and so on. After getting on the boat, the journey to discover paradise Quang will become more mysterious than ever. Cool breeze and warm voices of the girl guides will capture the visitors’ minds.
In addition to discovery, you will have great chance to explore the hot water sprayed directly from the lake bottom and run via a rubber tube for customers to use. Hot water is circulated all day and night so even here at the day time, you can still touch and merrily play with the underground hot water of the lake. For the springs that are cold, you still step into the water with the bare feet to feel.
Guests have the opportunity to visit many interesting places
Once visiting Phu Ninh, you can not give up on halfway by lake beauty as the elegant but attractive girl. Feeling comfortable to sit on the boats to watch our shadows under water or experiencing a night in the lake with the fog spreading fancifully to hear the mysterious stories will be unforgettable memories.
With Phu Ninh Tourism, visitors not only admire the rich ecosystem, spacious green space, but also to discover the places, historical monuments from Khanh Tho forbidden forest, Coc Ba Cay, Ao Lay and Ky Thinh, Cam Khe to the tunnel area Ky Anh – one of the famous legends of the war in the ground from the previous century.
Don’t miss destinations in Ninh Binh province
Amur in Phu Ninh Lake is very tasty
Do not forget to enjoy the Amur directly in the lake. Especially in the moonlit night, doing camping fire and catching the fish to grill it at the lake is a great experience. The carp in Phu Ninh Lake is delicious and fresh. Amur salad is one of the cannot-miss specialties when coming to Phu Ninh. If lucky, you can catch fish that weighs tens of kilograms.
Mountains and forests around the lake
If you want to enjoy all the beauty of Phu Ninh Lake, continue driving up to Tam Lanh road. Standing on this path, you will see a bigger picture of the lake with mountains, forests and immense sky. Spectacular landscapes, the sound of birds, the sound of gurgling streams will dispel your worries and sorrow, and you just want to stand here alone to embrace Phu Ninh Lake forever, to feel something more peaceful and comfortable.
Paradise amongst the scorching sun in Central region of Vietnam
It will be definitely a wonderful experience for you to come and feel the picturesque scene of the lake. From the far distance, you will see so many houses with the smoke releasing from and the sun gradually going down behind the high mountains to give a way to the quiet space, like a beautiful water-color painting. Only after visiting Phu Ninh Lake once, you can fully feel the picturesque beauty of the “paradise” amongst the scorching sunlight of the central region in Vietnam.
It can be said that each destination will impress you in its own way with the unique beauty. All what you need to do is that making a chance to take a tour to and experience because life is the traveling! Ultimate Hanoi Adventures will design different tours for you to choose. Come with us and enjoy the trip!
Ninh Binh is a southern province of the Northern Delta. The nature favorably gave this land so many amazingly beautiful landscapes, attracting a lot of domestic and international tourists. It is a potential destination in Vietnam.
Ninh Binh Tourism is known for many famous caves such as Tam Coc – Bic Dong, Dich Long, Tien Cave, Hoa Son Cave and so on. Cuc Phuong National Park is well-known for the diverse flora and fauna species, especially 1000-year-old White Meranti tree. This land also treasures lots of cultural, religious and historic relics as Hoa Lu ancient city, Phat Diem Stone Church Complex, Non Nuoc Pagoda, etc. All of these relics have become the attractive destinations for domestic and international visitors.
Tam Coc – Bich Dong Tourist Site
Tam Coc – Bich Dong Tourist Site is a landscape regarded as “Halong Bay on land”
Tam Coc – Bich Dong Tourist Site is far from Ninh Binh City about 7km towards the south. It is a famous place in Ninh Binh and regarded as “Halong Bay on land”. There are unique tourism routes such as Tam Coc – Thai Vi – Mua Cave; Thach Bich – Thung Nang; Bich Dong Pagoda – Tien Cave – Chua Cave – Ghe Cave – Chim Valley and Doi Nham ecosystem tourist site. Depending on your time, you can choose to visit one or many visit routes and one of the most popular route about one day trip from Hanoi is Hoa Lu-Tam Coc tour that you can do the guided tour. Otherwise, you can discover the site according to the research-oriented tourism, cave discovery or visit to handicraft villages.
Hoa Lu ancient capital
Hoa Lu is the capital city of the first centralized feudal state in Vietnam
Unlike the ancient imperial capital of Hue, Hoa Lu is the capital city of the first centralized feudal state in Vietnam. There are currently palace, temples, pagodas and tombs (until Dinh – Le Dynasties). Hoa Lu historic site also has the picturesque pagodas such as Ngan Xuyen Pagoda (near Ma Yen Mountain Foot) and Nhat Tru Pagoda (far from Le King Temple about 200 meters), attracting a number of visitors to Ninh Binh for wandering and sightseeing.
Bai Dinh Pagoda
Bai Dinh Pagoda was built with the largest scale in Vietnam
Far from Ninh Binh City about 15km towards the north, Bai Dinh Pagoda has the largest scale in Vietnam with many records verified like Vietnam’s biggest bell, heaviest bronze-made statue, largest well and so on. Therefore, it is the cannot-miss destination when you take a tour around Ninh Binh
Cuc Phuong National Park
Cuc Phuong is the home to many kinds of beautiful and rare insects
Far from Hanoi about 120km towards the Southwest, the forest has the total area of 22.200 ha, in which ¾ are Limestone Mountains which are high from 300 meters to 600 meters above the sea level. Cuc Phuong National Park treasures 71 animal species, including 319 bird species, 33 reptile species, 16 amphibians and other rare animals like bears, horses, panthers, etc. In this place, there is a special area for semi-natural breeding to conserve some kinds of animals like deers, Indochinese rhesus macaques, and polatouches and so on. Moreover, Cuc Phuong is the home to many kinds of insects and hundreds of unique birds.
Trang An Ecosystem Tourist Site
Far from the city about 7km, Trang An Ecosystem Tourist Site is the place for tourists to discover the amazing caves to know more about the history and culture of Ninh Binh. Its total area is 1961 ha with 31 valleys, nearly 50 caves stretching over 10km across the river towards the north and historic sites closely attached to Hoa Lu ancient city.
Beside some famous places for Ninh Binh Tourism mentioned above, there are a lot of other attractive sites such as Tien Cave, Hoa Son Cave, Van Trinh Cave, Ga Channel and so on. Just take these suggestions as reference and then, plan for your own trip to Ninh Binh Province as your wish.
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Phat Diem Stone Church
Phat Diem Stone Church, an architectural masterpiece is one of the tourist attractions in Ninh Binh Province and far from Hanoi 130km towards the south. It is a masterpiece built by vicar Tran Luc (often called “cu Sau” in Vietnamese) from 1875 to 1899. This is a architecture complex according to the combination of the Eastern temple style and Gothic architecture of Western churches, including lakes and ponds, main church, side churches, stone church and stone cave.
France’s Loire River valley is home to stunning scenery and historic chateaux. Since the 11th century, French Kings and Nobles came to the scenic Loire Valley to hunt and relax
Flanking the longest river in France, the Loire Valley is often called the “Valley of Kings”. Since the 11th century, French kings and nobles came to the Loire Valley to hunt and relax. They built magnificent chateaux, more than 100 of which remain today.
Touring chateaux that date back to the Renaissance is like going back in time. Photo by amyvermillioninteriors
Strolling along the Loire River and gazing at chateaux dating back to the Renaissance is like going back in time. Despite the ups and downs of history, the Loire still boasts a variety of chateaux in diverse styles. The Loire Valley is also one of France’s most famous wine regions, the river lined by lush vineyards. Every wine brand that originates in the Loire is associated with a chateau.
Most of these chateaux were built during the Middle Ages and Renaissance from white stone or marble. One of the most enticing is the Chateau de Blois, constructed at the behest of the Duke of Chatillon. It comprises four separate wings encircling a public yard and resembles a medieval castle mirrored in the Loire River. In 1498, Blois was made into a royal residence. It accommodated seven kings and nine queens of France. Each symbol in this chateau is linked with a specific figure; Francois I with a fire-breathing dragon; Louis II with a porcupine,… Pillars in the chateau feature carved fleurs de lis, a symbol of the French royal family.
Equally impressive is the Chateau de Chambord, built under the reign of King Francois I (1515 – 1547) and influenced by Renaissance architecture. Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage, Chambord measures 156m in length, 56m in height and boasts 440 rooms set in lush forests spanning 4,440 hectares. Home to various kings, Chambord houses a collection of invaluable artefacts that draw visitors from all over the world. Visitors flock here to admire the breathtaking gardens. In 1992 the first International Bonsai Festival took place at this chateau.
Not far from Chambord lies the chateau of Chenonceau, built between 1513 and 1521. Known as “the Chateau of Ladies”, it is associated with strong Renaissance women. Viewed from afar, Chenonceau seems to float on the water because its outer vaults are built across the Cher River, a small branch of the Loire. The lavish beauty of Chenonceau is further accentuated by two royal gardens.
The chateau of Cheverny to the south of the Loire River has a collection of rare household items. Walls are draped in leather or decorated with old tapestries. Furnishings and ornaments are virtually intact, transporting visitors to the past.
The architectural diversity, historical value and cultural significance of these chateaux make the Loire Valley a marvelous destination.
There are a lot of interesting things to discover and experience for tourists visiting Australia such as discovering the lifestyles of aborigines on the island, relaxing on the beach in the sunlight of the sunset or experiencing the night life of the city and much more.
Located in the middle of Pacific and Indian Ocean, Australia is the world’s largest island country and also the smallest continent.
Below is the suggestion of 10 attractive tourist sites in Australia:
Adelaide is a center of the south of Australia. It is the third largest city of the country with the population of more than 1.2 million people. Over ¾ population in the south of Australia are living in Adelaide. The city is on a plain between Adelaide Hill and St. Vincent Bay, surrounded by the famous wine hill in Australia. With the long standing history, this place has many churches and building built according to the colonial architecture style.
Located along the coastline of the Northern Territory, Darwin has traded with almost the big cities of the country and other nations in Indian Ocean. Despite being destructed heavily under the World War II, Darwin residents were always resilient to fight against the enemies to protect their beloved hometown. Currently, the city becomes one of the most attractive tourism spots in Australia.
Hobart is the city on Tasmania Island with the second long standing history, just after Sydney. With the population of about 250.000 people, Hobart is a small but friendlier city than others in Australia. The city has many construction works according to Georgia and Victoria architecture styles such as Salamanca Place. In which, there was an area for whaling in 1830.
Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland State with the population of approximately 2 million people, making it the third largest city in Australia, after Sydney and Melbourne. Brisbane has the warm climate all year around with the beautiful landscapes and hospitable locals. Therefore, this is the most fast-moving city in Australia.
With the location along the coastline of the southwest in Australia, Perth is the fourth largest city and also the center of the Western Australia. In spite of the thousands years of history, Perth with 2 million inhabitants is now very modern, lively and friendly.
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria State. The population in Melbourne is the second largest all over the country. Located on Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne is the port city and regarded as the cultural center of the nation. The city is famous for shopping, restaurants and sports so it can be said Melbourne is the ideal destination for those who are seeking for experiences of the civilized lifestyle
With the tropical climate and the position near Great Barrier Coral reefs, Cairns is one of the most well-known resort stop in Australia. In the corner of the Northwest of Australia, Cairns just have 150.000 residents with the typical features such as many wild animals in the suburban areas. If tourists choose to visit this city, it will be a wonderful experience for adventure trip.
Alice Springs has a lot of cliffs and caves with the immense dessert landscape. It also has the aborigines living in the remote areas. It is the ancient land of Australia, especially, remote area Red Centre which has the interesting sites for adventure travels such as Uluru / Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta (Olgas) and Kings Canyon
Great Barrier Reef
One of the top tourism destinations for the explorers and divers is Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest coral reef in the world. Its location is in the Coral Sea, outside Queensland State. The coral reef consists of more than 2.900 coral species from hundreds of islands. Here, there are millions of microorganisms living about millions of years ago
Great Barrier Reef has the world’s most diverse ecosystems. Thus, it is a tourist attraction for those who want to discover Australia
Located on the coastline of the southeast of Australia, Sydney is the center of New South Wales State. It is a modern city with the long standing history and splendid landscapes. The port area has inhabitants living thousands of years ago. In 1780, the criminals were sent to this city in Australia
Nowadays, Sydney is the top tourist destination of the county and famous for Sydney Harbor Bridge and Opera House which are both symbolic to the city
In conclusion, you should take a visit to Australia to experience and discover the tourist sites of the country and get more memories.
The area around the Towada region is blessed by the four charming seasons of Japan with all their distinct tones, colors and essences.
Fall colours from Hachimantai! It was too cloudy so couldn’t capture it well. Photo: gayatriisingh
The 1613m volcanic plateau Hachimantai and Lake Towada in Aomori make up Towada-Hachimantai National Park. The area boasts meandering walking routes alongside various lagoons and hot springs. Hachimantai is beautiful throughout all the four seasons. Particularly, from late September to mid-October, the autumn is breathtaking with leaves transforming the mountains with a red and gold palette.
Towada Lake is part of Towada-Hachimantai National Park and the largest volcanic crater on Honshu Island, the main island of Japan. Straddling the borders of Akita and Aomori prefectures, the area is famous for its autumn colors and particularly the surroundings of Oirase Spring, one of the best known sites of autumn admiration of Japan.
Photo by shenguyu
Kakunodate is a town of castles and ancient samurai fortresses in the present Akita Prefecture. While the old Kakunodate Castle was destroyed, the town has not been substantially changed since its foundation in 1620, including two separate quarters for samurais and merchants. Once a quarter of 80 households, the samurai quarter still boasts quintessential houses of this class in Japan.
Kakunodate is also known to be the most recognizable cherry blossom quarter in Tohoku region. Around late April and early May, legions of watchers flock here to admire the spectacular mingling between cherry blossoms and historical houses of Kakunodate.
Aspite Line is a 27-kilometer sightseeing route that runs through Towada-Hachimantai National Park and stretches up to Iwate and Akita. With only one house left on the top, it’s a fine sightseeing location, particularly in the autumn when you can take a panoramic view of colorful oak and pine trees. Aspite Line is closed in the winter due to heavy snow; however in April, the line is reopened in a striking manner with high walls of snow flanking the way, some of which can reach up to 6 meters in several areas, so sharp and precipitous as if they were cut with knives right at the very start of their formation. Experiencing both winter and spring on the Aspite Line by driving through the snow corridor which leads to cherry blossom trees in full bloom in Kakunodate is unforgettable
Shirakami Sanchi is a wide mountain range stretching between Aomori and Akita in the north of Tohoku region in Japan. The core of Shirakami Sanchi was formed out of the last primordial oak forests in Japan, which was altogether registered as one of the first UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Japan in 1993
The main attraction of Shirakami Sanchi lies in walking routes of different distances that lead through forests to waterfalls, mountain peaks and lakes. The most popular walking route leads to Anmon Falls in the northeast of Shirakami Sanchi.
Anmon Falls are three waterfalls situated about 90 minutes’ walking distance to the valley from the forest entrance, and are inaccessible from late November to late April.
Nishiki Katakuri Colony is unique because its total area is one of the largest flower colonies in Japan, four times larger than the Tokyo Dome (200,000sqm). Although eight years to bear blossoms and prove quite sensitive to different climate conditions, Katakuri trees are extensive in the Colony thanks to their favorable conditions, fertile soil and the abundant sunlight that fades away as reflected from the upper part of the forest. It’s the reason why it is a large habitat of violets. Also in the autumn, the Colony is famous for Saimyo-ji Guri,the largest chestnut species in Japan whose seeds are larger than a child’s hand.
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Yokote Castle was constructed by the Onodera clan in the 16th century. Onodera daimyos ruled until the outburst of Sekigahara Battle in 1600. After Sekigahara Battle, Onodera daimyos were sent to Shimane Prefecture and replaced by Satake daimyos of Mito. Yokote Castle was an important landmark of the southern territories of Satake. In the Edo era, the rule of the castle was handed over from Satake to Date, Suda and Tomura until Meiji Era. In 1868, the castle was reduced to ashes in a battle of Boshin War.