Southern region’s beauty of land and people
Through the lens of photographer Dang Tuan Trung, the southern region appears very prosperous with rustic and upright people.
Dong Nai province is the site of Vietnam’s first rubber company. December is the best time for visiting rubber plantations and visitors can see the leaves transformation in colour.
Built up by Cuu Long River, healthy land in Soc Trang province produces immense rice fields.
Sunrise in Ganh Hao River, Ca Mau province, the southernmost land of the nation.
In Binh Duong province, apart from the dynamic and modern industrial zones, many rice fields still need to be worked. In harvesting season, farmers are very busy with the work at fields.
Ho Chi Minh city is said to be most beautiful at night.
Long An province is famous for spacious lotus ponds.
One of the typical characteristics in Tien Giang province is the floating markets full of specialties. Cai Be in in Tien Giang attracts most visitors.
A mother in coconut land, Ben Tre province, sitting and drinking tea in a garden, arouses peaceful feelings.
Can Tho city is in the western central southern region and also an important trade hub with the most notably being the Cai Rang floating market.
In An Giang province, visiting cajuput forests is an impressive experience for tourists.
Photos: VnExpress ( Compiled by VNF )