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Stretching along the S-shaped strip of land, the lotus symbolizes the elegance and nobility of Vietnamese people
Lotus flowers in Red River ground are well-known for their large buds as well as pink and full of vitality petals
Coming here, tourists can enjoy watching newly blooming flowers - a special gift that Hanoi capital offers
Every dew-drop gathers on green lotus leaves
Lotus flowers are simple but freshly fragrant which captivate tourists
The lotus grows in mud but always rises above the water surface to get morning sunshine
Not only is a pretty type of flower, but the lotus also bears lots of meanings
The lotus is considered the symbol of Buddhism and the national flower of Vietnam. Its significances in Buddhism are intelligence, mercifulness, virtue, and purity
With alluring and pure beauty, lotus lagoon in Red River ground has become one of the most famous destinations of both domestic and foreign arrivals in every June.
Besides, lotus flowers grown in West Lake have attracted a lot of attention.
The lotus can be used to brew tea. The lotus tea is one traditional kind of drink of Vietnamese in general and Hanoians in particular
|Photo: Baomoi |
Every lotus season, there are a lot of people flocking to lotus lagoons to take photographs especially women and girls. They often wear “Ao dai”- one traditional dress of Vietnam.
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Thousands of lotus flowers in bloom adds charms to central Vietnam's ancient Hue with their elegant beauty this time of the year.
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