Viet Reader.


Premier Newspaper for Vietnamese Worldwide

Amazing overlapping cliffs in Quang Ninh

In addition to famous landmarks such as Halong Bay or Yen Tu historic and scenic area, the northern province of Quang Ninh has two impressive cliffs.

The first one is in Bang Ca Commune, Hoanh Bo District. At nearly 500 meters above sea level, five large rocks are stacked on top of each other. They protrude from the mountainside, creating a fantastic picture. The craggy cliff has so far inspired tourists to explore.

The second overlapping cliff is in Binh Khe Commune, Uong Bi City. This cliff is located in the Ngoa Van relic site, where sacred vestiges of Buddhist King Tran Nhan Tong are kept. Visitors have to go trekking and cross the forest for more than three kilometers to enjoy the scenic view of the cliff.

Tourists find a way to climb the cliff The natural scenic view of the mountain A tourist enjoys the view from the top of the mountain Yen Lap Lake is located at the foot of the mountain An adventurer stands on the craggy cliff to take photos Ben Chau Lake is located at the foot of Ngoa Van-Yen Tu Mountain The three-kilometer trail to the overlapping cliff on the mountain Visitors must negotiate through reeds and dense trees Rocks on the steppe located halfway up the mountain Magnificent unspoiled landscape on Ngoa Van-Yen Tu Mountain Large rocks stacked on each other create a unique shape The ideal viewpoint on the mountain Nature has turned the rocks into exciting sightseeing

About author
You should write because you love the shape of stories and sentences and the creation of different words on a page.
View all posts
More on this story