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Tuy Lai Lake – Miniature Halong Bay in Hanoi Suburban

Tuy Lai Lake in Tuy Lai Commune, My Duc district (Hanoi) features interwoven limestone mountains with a width of hundreds of hectares. It has three large lakes connecting with Quan Son Lake which creates a different landscape.

Beauty of Tuy Lai Lake

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To get to Tuy Lai Lake, you travel towards Ha Dong, passing through Ba La. Upon reaching Vac village, turn right towards Ba Tha.

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The complex of Tuy Lai Lake (Tuy Lai Commune, My Duc District, Hanoi) includes limestone mountains with a width of hundreds of hectares with 3 lakes connecting with Quan Son Lake.

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Tuy Lai includes a complex with hundreds of mountains, caves, small and large islets spreading over a large area of hundreds of hectares. At lull, the water surface is shimmering mirror under the blue sky.

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Cows grazing leisurely create idyllic and poetic scenery – a hard – to – find scene when travelling to Hanoi if you do not go further.

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To take the advantage of the lake, the locals breed fish and duck.

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According to a local person, fish breed in the lake grow naturally without consuming industrial food. This helps to protect the environment and bring good quality fish meat.

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In the rising- water season in July or August, abundant aquatic resources will be the destination for thousands of storks coming here to seek for food on the vast lake.

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Along the dike slope are many temples and shrines creating peaceful landscape of the land.

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This area seems not to be influenced by human beings so it is still unspoiled and tranquil.

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Limestone mountains eroded over time result in the great form of nature.

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Round islets filled with shady trees are always preserved by the locals.

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In the summer, the water rises so the water level could reach 6- 7 meters.

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