We drove there on a motorbike to visit the famous "Valley of Love" but when we have seen the entrance to the park, we quickly ran away. We then spent the day getting more and more depressed by what greed and money is doing to Vietnam's landscape. This kind of "park" makes you pay a fee to enter and see a point of view or a landmark, or falls..., totally ruined by the amounts of shops and visitors. There are also activities, that you have to pay extra (paddle boat, horse carriage...). Some locals nickname it "Valley of Shops" ; they are so right.
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