Rice terraces at Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang, VietnamVietnamFor over 20 years, Paradissa's photographers have made so many trips throughout Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar for our travel photography collections. We have traveled through photogenic spots, have experienced unforgettable moments, have captured local people's remarkable activities and visages, have taken photos of amazing landscapes... We want to share with you our passion and we want to show you the wonderful people and landscapes in these countries.

For those of you who have a passion for travel photography, who possess or who want to possess good photography skills, who want your own works of these destinations, Paradissa has handcrafted engaging photo tours and photo workshops in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. This section is dedicated to travel photography including the best photo spots, tips and tricks for travel photography, our best photo tours and photo workshops, our amazing travel photography experiences…

  • Bac Son Valley is in Bac Son District, Lang Son Province, 160km north-east of Hanoi via Route 1B. The best time to visit Bac Son is when the rice fields turn into golden colors: 1-20July or 1-20Oct.

  • Hanoi is among the most interesting cities in Asia for the visitors. For photographers, you will find  many opportunities of taking great photos in the city. The growing economy has been just good enough to add new varieties to the lifestyle of local residents, while the traditional way of life has basically remained unchanged for several years...

  • Hanoi is a city with a special character: the chaotic traffic with millions of scooters and motorbikes, skinny shop houses, tiny dark alleys, busy sidewalk cafes, smoky street restaurants... It may sound crazy but Hanoi is a pedestrian-friendly and a very walkable city, too. It seems that Hanoi happens to be made for great photography. And photographers will find it just easy to walk about and capture amazing scenes just around the corner...

  • Autumn! The temperatures in Hanoi dropped down from warm to pleasant. The air was fresher and the breezes were gentler. It was still bright sunshine but the scorching sun had been replaced by a kissing and caressing one. My temptation to hit the road was gradually dominating the love for work. I knew it was best to wrap things up as soon as possible… Somewhere up in the mountains, the golden rice terraces were calling my name!

  • The photo tour to Muong Khuong – Can Cau – Bac Ha is a photography adventure bringing you on a journey through the less seen corners of Vietnam for 3 days, 2 nights. The trip departs every Friday from Hanoi.

  • When it comes to December and January the spinach fields on the outskirt of Hanoi start blooming. If you plan to travel to Hanoi during this time and if you love photography of flower fields and farming life, then you may like to contact Paradissa for a photography tour to one of these lovely fields.

  • Yen Bai, in the North-West of Vietnam, is home to high mountain peaks of over 2,000m above sea level and home to many colorful ethnic minorities. It is these people that turn the mountain slopes and the valleys amid mountains into amazing rice terraces. There are two periods each year these beauties become particularly dazzling: when the rice is being transplanted and when the rice ripens. Let's embark on a photo adventure led by Paradissa's experienced photography leader/instructor to capture these beauties that every moment of yours is sensational.

  • Let's follow Paradissa's photography guide on an adventure to capture the best moments of the awe-inspiring rice terraces in Hoang Su Phi – Ha Giang for 3 days, 2 nights.

  • Dong Van Karst Plateau with sheer rock surface and numerous high mountain peaks is certainly an ideal place for travelers who visit Vietnam on a photography tour.

  • Ha Giang perched to the top northern territory of Vietnam is an amazing place. Dong Van Karst Plateau possesses an unreal beauty that is not seen elsewhere. But in this article Paradissa would like to embark you on a photographic journey to discover a little secret of Ha Giang: the captivating rice terraces at Hoang Su Phi.

  • It was Thursday and I was getting funky again. The weather seemed to have changed last night with new rounds of monsoons which made temperatures drop and the air fresh. The breezes were so gentle and the air was dry. This kind of breezes is called “Heo May” in Vietnamese.

  • The Far North of Vietnam is known for wild mountains, narrow canyons, deep ravines, breathtaking mountain vistas,  stunning rice terraces and colorful ethnic minorities...

  • The photo tour in the North West of Vietnam focuses on the golden rice terraces just before the harvest and the 2 colorful ethnic markets of Can Cau and Bac Ha. The adventure is for 5 days, 4 nights.