|Length||1,100 km (680 mi) NW/SE|
|Width||130 km (81 mi) NE/SW|
|Countries||Laos and Vietnam|
Where is the highest mountain in Vietnam?
Sapa, Vietnam’s northern hill station is home to the tallest mountain in Vietnam. Mount Fansipan is part of the Hoang Lien Son Mountain range and is often referred to as the rooftop of the Indochina peninsula, watching over the terraced rice fields and ethnic villages from a height of 10,312 feet (3,143 meters).
Are there any mountains in Vietnam?
Within the southern portion of Vietnam is a plateau known as the Central Highlands (Tây Nguyên), approximately 51,800 square kilometers of rugged mountain peaks, extensive forests, and rich soil.
What is the deepest lake in Vietnam?
Ba Bể Lake (Vietnamese: Hồ Ba Bể; Ba means Three, Bể is from the Tay language word pé, meaning “lake”) is the largest natural lake in Vietnam.
|Ba Bể Lake|
|Surface area||6.5 km2 (2.5 sq mi)|
|Average depth||15–17 m (49–56 ft)|
|Max. depth||29 m (95 ft)|
|Surface elevation||145 m (476 ft)|
What’s the major religion in Viet Nam?
There are 06 major religions in Viet Nam, namely Buddhism, Catholicism, Protestantism, Muslim, Caodaism and HoaHao Buddhism. Buddhism: Buddhism was introduced in Viet Nam in the early years A.D. From the 10th century to 15th century, Buddhism in Viet Nam witnessed rapid growth along with national independence.