Picturesque Hoan Trung community tourism site in Lang Son

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About 160 km from Hanoi, Hoan Trung hamlet in Chien Thang commune, Bac Son district in the northern province of Lang Son has emerged as an attractive community-based tourist destination.

The hamlet now has five households registering for homestay business. Covering an area of 325 ha, located in a valley of majestic limestone mountains with a system of diverse and fascinating caves, the hamlet boasts of its poetic scenery, where traditional stilt houses of Tay ethnic minority group are nestled in large orchards of mandarin and custard apple. The Mo Mam Stream eco-tourist site and Keeng Tao cave in Hoan Trung hamlet attract more than 30,000 tourists every year.    (Photo: VNA)

 A bird’s eye view of Hoan Trung hamlet. The hamlet now has five households registering for homestay business. (Photo: VNA)

Covering an area of 325 ha, located in a valley of majestic limestone mountains with a system of diverse and fascinating caves, the hamlet boasts of its poetic scenery, where traditional stilt houses of Tay ethnic group are nestled in large orchards of mandarin and custard apple. (Photo: VNA)

Visitors explore the natural beauty of the Dang Mo waterfall. (Photo: VNA)

Tourists visit Mo Man spring ecotourism site in Hoan Trung hamlet. (Photo: VNA)

Keng Tao cave with a length of 300m in Hoan Trung hamlet (Photo: luhanhvietnam.com.vn)

 

Source: VNA