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Around 340km to the north of Hanoi, Ban Gioc Waterfall is part of the UNESCO-recognised Non Nuoc Cao Bang geopark.
For the majority of travelers visiting the northeastern region, the waterfall is a must-see tourist destination.
Located in Dam Thuy commune of Trung Khanh district, Ban Gioc Waterfall is widely considered to be one of the most priceless gifts that nature has bestowed on the locality.
The cascading waterfall, with a height of 53 metres and a width of 300 metres, features many different large and small falls. Large bodies of water pour down the structure through limestone, forming special white mist in the process.
During the summer, tourists can see the waterfall even in the early morning from far away.
The waterfall looks like a watercolor painting from far away.
Summer is the peak tourism season that typically sees the popular tourist site draw a large number of visitors each year.
Ban Gioc waterfall looks most beautiful between June and October, especially in September and October when it is full of water. The captivating waterfall provides great inspiration for both poetry and music.
Taking a tour across the Quay Son River by boat is an unmissable experience for tourists to enjoy.
During the winter, water levels recede, making Ban Gioc Waterfall the largest natural waterfall in Southeast Asia.
Each season the waterfall has its own beauty
The site possesses a charming natural beauty that perfectly blends in with the peaceful vibe of the surrounding countryside.

Southeast Asia’s largest waterfall

(VOVWORLD) - Located in the northeastern province of Cao Bang, Ban Gioc Waterfall, the largest in Southeast Asia, was named as one of the 21 most beautiful waterfalls in the world by magazine Travel + Leisure of the United States.