(HBO) - Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, the highland communes of Tan Lac district, including Van Son, have a fresh, cool climate and pristine scenery. Van Son commune is forming a number of routes and sites for tourists to check in, explore and experience. Natural and humanistic tourism resources are being awakened.
Tan Lac highland district with majestic landscape seen from above.
Tourists explore the national relic of Nam Son Cave, dating back about 250 million years ago.
People in Chien village, Van Son commune deploy a community-based tourism model.
Attractive trekking tours can be set up at many sites.
Mo pond – a popular picnic spot for tourists when visiting Chieng hamlet in summer and autumn.
Visitors look at a over-100-year-old lychee tree in Chien village.
The people of Tan Lac district still preserve many traditional cultural beauties.
During the survey, travellers explore U Bo hill in Van Son commune where a highland tourism route can be formed.
(HBO) - Yen Tri (Yen Thuy) is the first commune in the province to be recognized as a model of the new rural commune. Arriving in Yen Tri, you can see the change in this countryside with the well-invested and spacious infrastructure; the quality of health and education is increasingly improved. Besides, promoting its potentials and advantages, Yen Tri has many economic development in the breakthrough directions...
(HBO) - Through the camera lens, we can see the beautiful scenery of Hoa Binh city. From the streets to the green fields and the calm Da river, Hoa Binh City – the beautiful moments offer a true look at life. The photos not only evoke the strong emotions but they also remind us of the value of life and the sense of preserving and protecting the landscape and the environment.
(HBO) - In the province Currently there are 37 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with a total registered capital of 608 million USD in the whole province. FDI enterprises mostly come from Korea, Japan... investing in the industrial zones in Luong Son and on the left bank of Da river and they are mainly operating in the fields of assembling electronic components and sewing. Over the past years, FDI enterprises have made important contributions to supplementing capital, transferring technology, promoting exports, developing human resources, and creating jobs for nearly 17,000 employees, who are mainly the local people with an average income of about 7.5 million VND a person every month.
(HBO) - In Lac village in Chieng Chau commune (Mai Chau), there are more than 200 households living by brocade weaving, tourism and rice farming. The people in Lac village are sincere, rustic and hospitable. The pieces of brocade cloth are made by the skillful hands of Thai people. They are made into towels, wallets, shirts, bags... with different colors providing for the domestic and foreign tourists... The traditional brocade weaving has been preserved and promoted; the brocade products have become a commodity that contributes to the stable economic development for the local people.
(HBO) - Taking place in 2 days (April 27-28), the traditional fishing festival in the stream in Lo Son commune is one of the unique festivals of Muong ethnic people in Tan Lac district. It not only arouses and tightens the solidarity, creates a spirit of hard working production, the festival also shows the responsibility between the people and the nature, and it is an opportunity to widely propagate the attitude respecting and preserving the precious natural resources to the people and visitors.
(HBO) - The craft of processing driftwood and ornamental stone has been existing in Lam Son commune, Luong Son district for nearly 30 years. In 2017, the locality was recognized as a craft village for making driftwood and ornamental stone by the Provincial People's Committee. The model and production scale have been invested in expanding, and the products are increasingly diversified, affirming the prestige in the market, contributing to the sustainable economic restructuring of the locality. Here are a few images of the activities of the driftwood and ornamental stone in Lam Son.