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Interesting things about 10 provinces with the largest area in Vietnam

Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Lam Dong, Kon Tum are 4 Central Highlands provinces with a large area in the top 10 in the country, with residents with more than 47 ethnic groups.

According to the Center for Data Information and Mapping, the 10 provinces with the largest area in Vietnam are respectively: Nghe An (16,490 km2), Gia Lai (15,536.9 km2), Son La (14,174.4 km2). , Dak Lak (13,125.4 km2), Thanh Hoa (11,129.5 km2), Quang Nam (10,438.4 km2), Lam Dong (9,773.5 km2), Kon Tum (9,689.6 km2), Dien Bien (9,562 km2) ,9 km2), Lai Chau (9,068.8 km2).

Interesting things about 10 provinces with the largest area in Vietnam
Nghe An (16,490 km2) is the largest province in the country located in the North Central region, the hometown of President Ho Chi Minh. Kim Lien historical site in Nam Dan district is one of the four most important relics about President Ho Chi Minh, this place consists of points and clusters of relics 2-10 km apart, storing artifacts, documents, and spaces associated with the childhood of President Ho Chi Minh and his family members. In addition to the above destination, Nghe An also has Pu Mat National Park, Cua Lo and Cua Hoi beaches, green roads winding along the Lam River, Thanh Chuong tea hill surrounded by lakes and valley of Phu Quy flowers. .. Photo: Huu Khoa
Gia Lai (15,536.9 km2) is located in the Central Highlands, the second largest area in Vietnam. The province is home to a community of 34 ethnic groups, of which the Kinh people account for 52% of the population, the rest are the Jrai (33.5%), Ba Na (13.7%), Gie Trieng, and Xo ethnic groups. Dang, Thai, Muong…There are about 30 vestiges of the extinct craters in Gia Lai, including many beautiful landscapes such as Chu Dang Ya volcano, Ham Rong mountain, Op village valley, Bien Ho (T’Nung lake)… There is Tea Hill in Bien Ho planted by the French in the 1920s, hundreds of beautiful pine trees like in the movies in Chu Pah district… Photo: Nguyen Ngoc Hoa
Son La (14,174.4 km2) is located in the Northwest region, more than 300 km from Hanoi. Moc Chau Plateau of the province is famous for being a land of four seasons of fragrant flowers and sweet fruits, attracting visitors with the colors of apricot flowers, mustard flowers, peach blossoms, plum flowers… Besides Moc Chau, the province has many destinations such as Ta Xua. , Pu Nhi hill, where visitors can live slowly and learn about the lifestyle of indigenous people. Ancient tea is a famous specialty of Ta Xua commune, Bac Yen district. In Be village of the commune, there is a population of 200 Shan Tuyet tea trees which are recognized as Vietnamese heritage trees. Photo: Le Thanh Duy
Dak Lak (13,125.4 km2) is a province located in the center of the Central Highlands, known as the “coffee capital of Vietnam”. Dak Lak residential community consists of 47 ethnic groups with diverse traditional cultural beauty: Gong festival, buffalo stabbing, spring elephant racing; architecture of houses on stilts and communal houses; famous long-standing musical instruments such as gongs, stone instruments, T’rung; Central Highlands epics… Buon Don tourist area is known as the “territory” of elephants of the Central Highlands, famous for its tradition of hunting, taming and nurturing wild elephants.The “Central Highlands gong cultural space” spanning 5 provinces of Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong and Lam Dong is recognized by UNESCO as an oral masterpiece and an intangible cultural heritage of humanity. Photo: Hua Quoc Anh
Thanh Hoa (11,129.5 km2) is a province with many famous natural attractions such as Sam Son beach, Bich Dao cave, Ho Cong cave, Kim Son cave, Nhoi mountain, Cam Luong fish stream, Ben En national park, etc. Pu Luong Nature Reserve…The citadel of the Ho Dynasty (Tay Do, An Ton, Tay Kinh or Tay Giai) is the capital of Dai Ngu (Vietnam’s national name in the Ho Dynasty), built by Ho Quy Ly in 1397. The Ho Citadel is a work. has a unique large-scale stone architecture that is rare in Vietnam and the only one left in Southeast Asia. The Citadel of the Ho Dynasty was recognized as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Photo: Le Bich
Quang Nam (10,438.4 km2) l a localities of Vietnam only has 2 world cultural heritage including ancient sanctuary of My Son and Hoi An ancient town. The province has many scenic spots such as Cua Dai beach, Thu Bon river, Tam Thanh beach… especially the World Biosphere Reserve on Cu Lao Cham island with wild beauty and many kinds of rare products. Quang Nam has Chu Lai open economic zone – the first coastal economic zone in Vietnam, operating in multi-sectors and multi-fields according to international practices. Photo: Dac Thanh
Lam Dong (9,773.5 km2) is located on Lam Vien – Di Linh plateau, with an average altitude of 800-1500 m above sea level. . Da Lat is a famous resort city of the province with many advantages in climate and landscape, known by many beautiful words: “City of thousands of flowers”, “city of thousands of pine”, “land of fog”. .. Being a tropical country, but Da Lat still has a cool, pleasant climate of the temperate zone with the lowest average daily temperature of 15 degrees Celsius, the highest being 24 degrees Celsius. The 40s of the last century Da Lat is considered the summer capital of Indochina, a place frequented by artists’ souls. Photo: Tran Quang Anh
Kon Tum (9,689.6 km2) is located in the north of the Central Highlands. Indochina junction in Bo Y commune, Ngoc Hoi district of the province is the contiguous place of Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia, here you can try the feeling of “a rooster crows all three countries together”. The province has the highest Ngoc Linh mountain range in the Central Highlands associated with the rare ginseng of the same name, which grows only in the Ngoc Linh mountain region at an altitude of over 2,000 m.The hundred-year-old wooden church, Kon K’lor suspension bridge, Mang Den town are places you can’t miss when coming to this province. Photo: Quynh Tran
Dien Bien (9,562.9 km2) is a province in the Northwest, featuring a system of historical monuments of Dien Bien Phu victory. The province shares borders with Laos and China. West Pole – A Pa Chai, Sin Thau commune, Muong Nhe district is the place where the landmark dividing Vietnam – Laos – China border is located on the top of Khoang La San, also known as the place “a chicken” the back of the necks of all three countries heard.”Pha Din Pass is one of the “four great passes” in the Northwest, next to O Quy Ho, Khau Pha and Ma Pi Leng passes. Photo: Tran Viet Anh
Lai Chau (9,068.8 km2) is a province with many mountain ranges and plateaus, the east of this area is the Hoang Lien Son Range, the west is the Song Ma mountain range with an altitude of 1,800 m. Known as the land of high peaks, Lai Chau has 8/10 mountains in the top of the most majestic and dangerous mountains in the country, such as Fansipan (3,143 m, part of Laos). Cai), Pusilung (3,083 m), Putaleng (3,049 m), Bach Moc Luong Tu (3,046 m, part of Lao Cai), Khang Su Van (3,012 m), Ta Lien Son (2,996 m), Po Ma Lung ( 2,967 m), Chung Nhia Vu (2,918 m). Photo: Kieu Duong. Follow vnexpress

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