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The majestic beauty of Pha Luong peak – The roof of Moc Chau

Located 30km from the town of Moc Chau, the Pha Luong peak is the roof of Moc Chau. At a height of nearly 2,000m, Pha Luong is an attractive destination for young people. Conquering this mountain requires the courage and strength of real adventurers.

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Located between Vietnam- Laos border tourists have to walk for three to four hours from the Pha Luong border station at the foot of the mountain to the top.

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Over a distance of about 6km of forest road, you will reach the peak to admire the majestic beauty of the site.

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The Pha Luong peak is known through a famous poem by Nguyen Quang Dung.

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The Vietnam- Laos border is naturally separated by two different kinds of vegetation.

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At the peak, you will feel the beauty of nature.

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From the peak, you can see the forests and villages of both countries.

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You can conquer Pha Luong during the day. Currently, tourists are not allowed to spend the night on the mountain.

@Photo by: Meogiaphoto – Tran Thuong

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