Do you know which province is stay near the border between China and Vietnam? It is Lang Son Province (Tỉnh Lạng Sơn), in this article I will let you know more About Vietnam. Lang Son is a frontier mountainous province in the North-East of Vietnam. It shares border with Cao Bang Province on the south, Bac Giang Province on the north, Guangxi (China) on the east, Quang Ninh Province on the north-east and Bac Kan, Thai Nguyen provinces on the west.
Mountains and hills cover over 80% of the province's total area. The complex network of rivers makes a good condition for agriculture. Main rivers that run through the province are: Ky Cung, Ba Thin, Bac Giang, Bac Khe, Thuong, Hoa, and Trung rivers.
Lang Son has two international border gates including Dong Dang railway border gate and Huu Nghi road border gate, two national border gates such as Chi Ma (in Loc Binh District) and Binh Nghi (in Trang Dinh District)... So Lang Son has an important strategic position in the North-East of Vietnam. The climate is cool and temperate. Annual average temperature is 21.50C. Annual average rainfall is from 1200mm to 1600mm.

Tourism and Economy:

Lang Son has potentiality of mineral, forestry, tourism and trading. Star aniseed (hoa hoi) is a specialty. The province is proud of many culture and historical vestiges. They are Rampart of Mac Dynasty, Doan Citadel Vestige, Chi Lang Defile, Ky Cung and Bac Le temples. Apart of these, Ky Lua Market, To Thi and Mau Son mountains, Tam Thanh, and Nhi Thanh grottoes also attract many visitors every year. Especially, lots of people come to Ky Lua Market and Tam Thanh Temple to visit because the goods are abundant and cheap.

Tam Thanh Temple

Ky Lua Market

Coming to there, tourists are interesting in Ky Lua or Long Tong traditional festivals. They would like to taste special dishes: roasted duck, roasted pig, Mau Son wine (Rượu Mẫu Sơn) and Lam rice (Cơm Lam). Due to stay near the border, Lang Son has both specialty food of Vietnam and China. They are roasted duck, roasted pork, sour wine and Mẫu Sơn wine. All of them have both taste and cooking way of Vietnam and China.
Roasted Duck

Roasted Pork
From Vietnamese Food Team.

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