Thac Ba Lake in the northern province of Yen Bai– one of Vietnam’s largest artificial lakes is attracting a lot of visitors during the floating season.
Located in the northwestern region of Vietnam, Thac Ba Lake in Yen Bai province is considered a ‘Ha Long Bay in the mountains’ with more than 1,300 islands.
Thac Ba Lake is situated in the districts of Yen Binh and Luc Yen. It took shape after Thac Ba hydropower plant was built in 1964.
Visitors can feel the cool air when boating on Thac Ba Lake and are immersed in stunning natural landscapes of beautiful skies, mountains, and countless islands.
Green tree islands
… which grow highly valuable lumber.
Tree lined hills of Thac Ba lake.
Rocky mountains rise in stark contrast to the peaceful waters.
There are spectacular views of islands on offer.
Thac Ba Lake attracts visitors due to its stunning landscapes but the waterways also facilitate economic development.
Thousands of households earn their living on Thac Ba Lake.
Life is peaceful in the idyllic landscape of Thac Ba Lake.
Fish teem in the wake of boats carrying visitors.
Daily life of local residents in a corner of the lake.