4-pole location of Vietnam, visitors should not miss
Vietnam is known not only to friendly, hospitable people by international friends, but here, on this S-shaped strip of land is also endowed with nature with many beautiful natural landscapes.
For a foreigner, coming to Vietnam, you should not miss the 4 poles of Vietnam.Check-in 4 poles of Vietnam is the target many people prefer to travel to. The S-shaped land always hides many fascinating and unexpected things, so does Vietnam’s 4-pole. Each place has its own unique characteristics that make enthusiasts and explorers not only want to come once. Join Ecoforent to learn about the beauty of this top places.
- DOI CAPE- THE EASTERNMOST OF VIETNAM
Doi cape – the easternmost of vietnam is an interesting tourist destination for travel lovers. Dubbed the first sun spot on the S-shaped strip of land, the Doi cape has long attracted the passion of discovery from all parts of the country.
The road to Doi cape – most of the journeys go through arduous and difficult journeys. From Dam Mon, crossing endless endless sand dunes, drivers must ride and wade. In terms of sunlight, we can say this is like a desert of Vietnam, the roads are hot like fire, no shade of trees, unspoiled, challenging maximum human endurance. But more like that stimulates the spirit of passion to conquer tourists. After crossing the hot sand hills, adventurers have to walk through the forest on the grassy roads, at the end and along the towering boulders along the coast, setting foot on the small landmarks of Eastern Vietnam and pride In the middle of the sky.
2. EXTREME RUGGED WEST A PA CHAI, THE WESTERNMOST OF VIETNAM
Milestone 0 A Pa Chai is located at the junction of Vietnam – Laos – China border in Sin Thau commune, Muong Nhe district, Dien Bien province with an altitude of 1,864 m. As a place known as “the sound of chicken crows in 3 countries all hear”, it can be said that this is the most remote highest point in Vietnam.
It must be said that the westernmost point of Vietnam is the most difficult road, having to overcome many complicated terrains. People can take a motorbike from Hanoi or send a car to Lao Cai then from Lao Cai start to experience by motorbike. To enter A Pa Chai, it is possible to start along three main roads: one to depart from Muong Cha and the other two from Muong Lay. In order to be more convenient in the journey to conquer the westernmost point of Vietnam, people have to register their temporary residence in advance to be able to apply for a permit of the A Pa Chai Border Station to visit the milestone. The road to climbing to milestone 0 is also quite hard and bumpy. But up to the extreme point of West Vietnam, you will feel very excited and excited. In addition, you also have the opportunity to see A Pa Chai with the villages that are full of wild, mysterious features, watching the picturesque pastureland and dense primeval forests in Vietnam. .
3. SOUTH POLE CAPE – SOUTHERNMOST PEAK IN VIETNAM
From Saigon, you can come from two directions: from Phu Lam roundabout, District 6 or towards Trung Luong highway in District 7, go to the southernmost point of Vietnam to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of life.
The southernmost tip of Vietnam is like inviting travelers, traveling far away, standing in the only place on the land to watch the sunrise in the East Sea and set in the West Sea. In the immense setting of the sky and sea, the pilgrims from all over Vietnam set foot on the giant bow of the Fatherland, to see their spirit as immersed with nature, hear the sound of the shore as the heartbeat. hot of patriotic children.
4. LUNG CU FLAGPOLE – THE HIGHEST LANDMARK IN NORTHERN VIETNAM
Standing at the top of the North Pole in Vietnam, zooming in to the distance, to enjoy the majestic natural scenery of the country, the mountains and the green terraced fields. Far away somewhere in the fog, there are villages, Lo Lo, Tay and Nung villages looming more and more.
The simple life in Vietnam continues as in the harshness of nature to see the spirit of overcoming and courage of people day and night guarding the sacred land of the entire nation.