Vietnam’s beauty through the lens of foreign photographers
Vietnam is well-known for its glorious thousand-year history of national construction and defence, and also for its attractive, friendly, and safe tourist sites.
For many foreign tourists, the country is an unforgettable combination of natural beauty and local hospitality.
Foreign photographers seem particularly enthralled by Vietnam’s beauty, skillfully capturing images of its fantastic scenery and people.
The wonderful beauty of Halong Bay. By Pierre Saslawsky
Sunset on the River. By Wilson Tsoi
At a barbershop. By Roger BorgelidWhite salt as snow. By Maciej Tomczak
Women pray at a pagoda of the Hoa Hao Sect, Southern Vietnam. By Tim Marman.
Fishing boat. By Miles Morgan
Little Muong girl. By Wayne Parísh
An angle of Hoi An. By Sergey Ushakov
A pagoda lies on Tam Coc Moutain, northern Ninh Binh province. By Martin Bauer
Peaceful Hoi An sea.
Floating market on the Mekong River. By Joaquin Tornel An old woman in Northern Vietnam. By Y.R.D.
A family of Cham people in the Highlands. By Lex Linghorn
Phu Quoc Beach at dawn. By Yung Yuynh
Hai Ninh fishing village, Phu Quoc Island. By Tim J
Early morning on the beach. By Andre Torres
Dune in Mui Ne, the central coastal Binh Thuan province. By John Nell.