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Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers Tin ảnh

(10:35:31 AM 17/08/2015)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Ly Son Island is quite simply like heaven on a blue ocean for backpackers with its crystal clear waters full of reef wildlife, white sandy beaches, plush green garlic fields and spectacular volcano scenery.

Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

Thoi Loi Mountain 

 Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

The blue sea.

 Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

 The color of sea water changes depending on angles of view.

Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

Panoramic view of Ly Son from the peak of Thoi Loi

 Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

The garlic fields. Garlic is a specialty of Ly Son.

 Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

Cau Cave

  Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

  Mu Cu Islet

  Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

An Binh island (Ly Son little island)

 Ly Son Island - The paradise of backpackers

Almond flower.

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