A set of stamp collection featuring famous Vietnam Waterfalls to be released

(TITC) – A set of stamps featuring famous waterfalls in Vietnam with the theme “Vietnam Waterfalls” was launched by the Vietnam Post Corporation on 15th August 2022 aiming to promote the country’s scenic landscapes.

The four 43x32mm stamps, with prices of 4000 VND, 4000 VND, 4000 VND and 12000 VND, designed by painter Nguyen Duc Lan. This set of stamps presents the waterfalls of Dai Yem in northern Son La Province, May in central Thanh Hoa Province, Pongour in the Central Highlands Province of Lam Dong, and Suoi Tranh in southern Kien Giang Province.

The set of stamps “Vietnam Waterfalls”

Thereby, Dai Yem Waterfall is a musing and most charming waterfall of Moc Chau Plateau. It is truly at its most beautiful in the rainy season, when strong flows of upstream waterfall create a breathtaking view. It has long been a magnet for visitors in the magnificent and poetic Moc Chau Plateau.

Dai Yem Waterfall (Photo: TITC)

Otherwise, May Waterfall possesses a pristine beauty with beautiful landscape. Located in Thach Lam Commune, Thach Thanh District, Thanh Hoa. May Waterfall has the length of over 10m with successive cascades originating from  the North Truong Son mountain range. This is one of the most lovely waterfalls of Thanh Hoa with crystal clear waters and an ideal place for visitors.

May Waterfall

Pongour Waterfall in Tan Hoi Commune of Duc Trong District, about 50km to the south of Da Lat city’s centre, is also called the “seven-level waterfall” since its waters flow down seven layers of rock. Its untouched and overwhelming beauty has become one of the must-visit places in Lam Dong Province.

Pongour Waterfall

Suoi Tranh Waterfall, located in Duong To Commune of Phu Quoc Island City, comes from small streams on Ham Ninh Mountain. Its clear waters flow through rocks and cliffs to form a stunning setting in the forest.

This set of stamps will be available at all post offices across the country from 15th August this year to 30th June 2024.

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