Moc Chau is one of the peace of the north in Vietnam. Moc Chau has to be one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen. Plum and peach gardens, cascading waterfalls, and beautiful mountain ranges (Pha Luong mountain) are just a few of its best features. Here is the perfect, romantic location for a mountain elopement. This is the perfect, romantic place for a mountain escape. Located 190 km southwest of Hanoi center, it is very convenient for travel and a great geographical position for a trip with your partner.
It is located in the northwest of Vietnam with an average elevation of about 1,500m – 1,800m above sea level and an average temperature of 15-18 ° C. Sapa has a humid subtropical climate, temperate, cool air all year round.
You can easily find a place to elope near Hanoi center and Soc Soc is one of the favorite places for your choice. Camping, adventures, and elopement/intimate weddings are also perfect for couples who don’t want to waste time finding a place to take their wedding.
Minh Chau Beach is not one of the most accessible beaches in Vietnam, but in some ways, that adds to its charm. It is on the island of Quan Lan which is 90 minutes by speedboat from Halong City in the north of Vietnam. It is an inhabited island with a few thousand living there full-time with weekend visitors and tourists swelling the population. The island itself is fairly sandy and Minh Chau is on the northern side of the island
Binh Huong – Quang Ninh is a mountain range located in Vang Danh ward, Uong Bi city, Quang Ninh. Binh Huong has an altitude of 470m, length of 3km, 10km from the center of Uong Bi city. About 50km from Ha Long city and about 135km from Hanoi.
Da lat is the capital city of Lam Dong province, located on Lam Vien plateau, in the central highlands region of Vietnam. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name “City of the Eternal Spring”. The special things are frost, rays release in the morning through the hills.
Phan Rang – Thap Cham is the capital city of Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam. The name Phan Rang is a Vietnamese transliteration of the word Panduranga and the name Thap Cham is named after the Poklong Garai tower cluster located in the west of the city. There are so many beautiful places: sand hills, old pagodas, old stone area, beachs…
Bagan is an ancient city, now an archaeological site in the Mandalay region, Myanmar Bagan formerly known as Pagan, once the capital of the Pagan kingdom that existed from the 9th to the 13th centuries in central present day Myanmar.
Bagan is located in the dryland of central Myanmar, on the east bank of the Ayeyarwady River, 145 km southwest of Mandalay, in the Mandalay Region. It covers an area of about 25 square miles with hundreds of temples and monasteries. These temples were built between the mid 11th century and the end of the 13th century, during the transition period from Mahayana Buddhism to Theravada Buddhism. Temples built during this golden age marked the beginning of new Buddhist traditions in Myanmar.
Dak Lak is a province with the 4th largest area located in the center of the Central Highlands, central Vietnam. The province’s climate is divided into two sub-regions. The northwest region has a hot, dry climate in the dry season, and the east and south have a cool and temperate climate. The weather is divided into two distinct seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. The rainy season usually starts from May to October, accompanied by prevailing southwesterly winds, the months with the heaviest rainfall are July, August, September, the rainfall accounts for 80-90% of the annual rainfall.
Dak Lak is a province with the 4th largest area located in the center of the Central Highlands, central Vietnam. The province’s climate is divided into two sub-regions. The It is a northeastern province in the North – far from 150 km from Hanoi center. You can see the boundaries of three provinces from the top: Quang Ninh, Lang Son, Bac Giang. It is the perfect place for an adventurous, destination elopement in the mountains!
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