Top 5 high mountains of Vietnam that attract tourists to explore

Going along Vietnam from North to South, visitors will easily realize that this country is small but has many mountains. The mountains over time and the erosion of the harsh nature still stand as a testament to eternity. This will be a favorite place for those who love adventure travel. There are Top 5 high mountains of Vietnam that attract tourists to explore.
 

Top 5 high mountains of Vietnam that attract tourists to explore

 
1. Mount Fansipan (Lao Cai)
Fansipan mountain belongs to Hoang Lien Son mountain range, located in the territory of Lao Cai province. This peak is 3, 143m high, the highest mountain in Indochina, called as "the roof of Indochina." To conquer Mount Phanxipan, there are 3 roads: the road through Cat Cat village, the road through Xin Chai village and the road through O Quy Ho mountain pass. Climbers often choose to go through Cat Cat village with a journey of 4 days and 3 nights.

Fansipan mountain tourism will bring you more exciting experiences than ever. At the foot of the mountain are indigenous trees such as jackfruit, cardamom, rice..., followed by primeval forests, tangled vines. Going higher than 2000m, around you will be white clouds, making you feel like you are walking in the clouds. But walk about 5, 6 hundred meters higher, the sky becomes clear, the temperature drops very coldly. Up to nearly 3, 000m, there is a landmark in 1905, marking the arrival of the French. The highest point of the mountain peak is a 70cm high stainless steel spire, the relic of Russian and German athletes who were here in 1984.
 
2. Hong Linh mountain (Ha Tinh)
Hong Linh Mountain is a mountain range with 99 mountains in Ha Tinh province. Today, Mount Hong Linh still stands with wild and majestic nature and carries within itself relics and landscapes. On Linh Mountain, there are hundreds of pagodas, temples and shrines. In which, the most famous and ancient places are Huong Tich pagoda, Chan Tien pagoda, Thien Tuong pagoda...

Hong Linh is the birthplace of the great poet Nguyen Du, historical celebrity Nguyen Cong Tru and many famous cultural and patriotic figures of the Vietnamese nation. Along with Lam river, Hong Linh mountain is considered as a symbol of Ha Tinh province.
 
3. Bach Ma mountain (Thua Thien Hue)
Bach Ma mountain has an altitude of more than 1500m, located 50km to the south of Hue city. Bach Ma mountain was discovered by a French engineer in the 30s of the 20th century.

The top of the mountain is green during four seasons with waterfalls, forest streams and even a temperate climate which is similar to Sa Pa, Tam Dao, Da Lat... This is also the place that gathers many rare animals and tropical plants. Standing on the top of Bach Ma Mountain, visitors can capture the whole spectacular view of Hai Van Pass, Tuy Van Mountain, Cau Hai Lagoon and the shimmering lights of Hue City at night.
 
4. Langbiang mountain (Lam Dong)
Langbian mountain, also known as Lam Vien mountain, is located 12km to the north of Dalat city. A 2.163m-high peak is a suitable place for sports activities such as climbing, walking, parachuting or researching, learning about the habitat of birds, animals or herbs here.

Standing on the mountain, a vast green will appear before tourist’s eyes, clouds and mountains seem to be intertwined. In the distance, the Dankia stream with small white streams hugging the foot of the mountain, the undulating houses interspersed between mountains and trees, like a charming painting of water. Climbing Langbiang is a certain experience not to be missed when visiting Dalat.
 
5. Chua Chan mountain (Xuan Loc - Dong Nai)
Chua Chan Mountain is also known as Gia Ray Mountain in Xuan Loc District, Dong Nai Province. Mountain is 837m hight (the second highest mountain in the Southeast of Vietnam, after Mount Ba Den - Tay Ninh). From a distance, the mountain looks like an upside-down bowl, in the morning or at dusk, small patches of white clouds will appear on the top, which is very romantic. From the top of the mountain, visitors will gather in the eyes of untouched primeval forests, watch Da Lao stream winding through rocky cliffs, or breathe fresh air.

On the top of the mountain, there is Buu Quang pagoda, established in the early 20th century. The pagoda has a domed main hall, located in a stone cave that looks like a dragon jaw with all the architectural complex based on natural caves. In addition to Buu Quang pagoda, this mountain is also famous for banyan tree about 50m high, formed from 3 rooted bunches with mysterious legends.