Thung Khe Pass

Thung Khe Pass

crossing one of the most stunning pass roads in Vietnam by bike

Location: 

Nhuội, Yên Thuỷ, Hòa Bình, Vietnam

Duration: 

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Thung Khe Pass: stunning pass road over the Vietnamese mountains
  2. Mai Chau: beautiful village on the other side of the Thung Khe Pass
  3. Hospitality: getting offered a free glass of fresh tea from a local guy
  4. Outlook: enjoying the view from the pass together with two local guys
  5. Journey: rushing from Hanoi to Laosinfo-icon before my Vietnaminfo-icon Visa expires

Image sources

  1. Amazing view over Mai Chau village
  2. Driving over the lovely Thung Ke Pass
  3. Posing with my bike at the Thung Ke Pass
  4. Drinking (free) tea with a local shop keeper
  5. Looking back where I came from...

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