Top 3 attractions to explore in Lạng Sơn
Important historical places of interest in the province are the war-ravaged Đông Đôn border town, which has rich war history and attracts visitors, two large limestone caves within a short distance from the Lạng Sơn town, and a 16th-century citadel of the Ming dynasty. Apart from the historical place, this province offers wonderful scenery of mountains.
Mau Son is a high mountainous region running east-west, located in the northeast of Lang Son province in the main territory of 3 communes: Mau Son, Cong Son Cao Loc district and Mau Son commune Loc Binh district, located from Lang city Son 30 km to the east, bordering Vietnam-China border. This is a mountainous region of the province, with diverse terrain, an average elevation of 800 - 1,000 m above sea level, including a complex of 80 mountains, large and small, with the highest peak being Phia
Tam Thanh Pagoda is located in the dynamic mountain stone located ward Tam Thanh, the city of Lang Son province Lang Son. According to Dai Nam Nhat Thong Chi's history, Tam Thanh pagoda dates from the Le dynasty, located in Vinh Trai commune, Chau Tho Lang. It is now one of the popular tourist attractions in this province.
Also known as the ancient city of Tuyen Quang, is a historical and cultural relics in the city of Tuyen Quang province Tuyen Quang, Vietnam. Tuyen Quang Citadel is one of the few remaining monuments of the Mac Dynasty in Vietnamese history. It is one of the ancient architectural wonders in this area.
Map of attractions in Lạng Sơn