Plateaus, Valleys, Pass

Tay Thien is about 10 km far from Tam Dao Resort. It is an ancient architectural complex amidst natural scenery of Tam Dao mountains and forests.
Known to the French as Bellevue Pass, Ngoan Muc Pass (altitude 980m) is about 5km towards Phan Rang and Thap Cham from Dan Nhim Lake and 64km west of Phan Rang.
A one-hour flight from Hanoi will take you to Muong Thanh airport in Dien Bien Phu. If you travel by car, you will pass Pha Din Pass.
On the north – south nation highway, the Hai Van Pass is an impressive landscape. This is the highest pass in Vietnam (500m above sea level). This rugged pass is the final section of the Truong Son Range stretching to the sea. In Phu Bien Book,  Le Quy Don said that Hai Van with its foot close to the sea and its head touching the sky is the border of Thuan Hoa and Quang Nam regions. Over six centuries ago, the land belonged to the O
Mai Chau is located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 60 km from Hoa Binh.
Dong Van Highland is situated 1,025 m above sea level and is inhabited by the Tay and H’Mong ethnic groups. The temperature is approximately 1oC in winter and reaches 24oC on the hottest days. The plateau provides famous products such as Hau plums, peaches, and persimmons without seeds. Dong Van apples are as big as pears. In Dong Van, numerous valuable plants used for their medicinal value are found, including ginseng, anise, and
The beauty of the valley has become more poetic and seductive for travelers and lovers.
Moc Chau Plateau lies in a temperate climate region, with average summer temperatures of 20°C, covers an area of 1,600 hectares of prairie, where visitors feel at ease and close to nature when viewing farms of tea trees, paddy fields and vast areas of grass.  It is considered as the Da Lat of the North and very  attractive to those who want enjoying the cool and natural fresh air.

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