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Yen Bai Province is located on the gateway to North-West Vietnam and still a new destination to foreigner tourists. This place is an agricultural based province but has many potentials to develop tourism. In recent years, more and more adventure tourists and photographers have come there and taken photos to reveal Yen Bai with the stunning beauty of the rice terraces, breathtaking rugged mountains and the evergreen tea plantations. In addition, they are attracted by the diversity of local ethnic minorities whose life has remained unchanged for centuries, the fresh hill stations whose climate remains almost unchanged all year round.
Yen Bai features a tropical monsoon climate with temperate weather. The average temperature is 23C. During summer, it can be extremely hot and humid while winter is often freezing cold.
Places of interest
Mu Cang Chai: perhaps any searches about Yen Bai Province lead to the image of Mu Cang Chai - an off-the-beaten-path tourist destination. This is a spectacular spot for a photo hunt, especially in the September and October rice harvest.
Thac Ba Lake: best-known for one of the three largest man-made lakes in Vietnam, Thac Ba Lake is dubbed as Halong on the mountain. Besides magnificent natural sceneries, Thac Ba Hydropower Plant attracts lots of visitors every year.
Nghia Lo Town: endowed with beautiful valleys, fresh atmosphere, and rich Thai ethic culture, Nghia Lo Town specializes in many bike tours and cultural tours.