Fansipan Mountain
The natural phenomenon has been largely caused by the extreme cold spell that has spread throughout northern and northern-central regions over recent days.
Fansipan Mountain
At a height of 2,800 metres above sea level, the peak of Fansipan Mountain, the highest in Indochina, is widely regarded as the coldest place in the north during wintertime, with temperatures often plummeting to below zero degrees Celsius, thereby causing frost to occur.
Fansipan Mountain
The frost typically becomes thicker higher up the mountain.
Fansipan Mountain
This is the third time this winter Fansipan Mt. peak has been covered in frost and light snow.
Fansipan Mountain
The northern province of Lao Cai is anticipated to endure a severe cold spell in the buildup to the Lunar New Year festival, known as Tet in Vietnam.
 
Fansipan Mountain
The temperature on Hoang Lien Son Mt. range is forecast to drop even lower on the night of December 21.
Fansipan Mountain
The peak of Fansipan Mountain is left covered in a thick layer of frost.
Fansipan Mountain

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Frost blankets Mount Fansipan

Frost blankets Mount Fansipan

Mount Fansipan in the northern province of Lao Cai has been covered by frost, creating a picturesque scene for Sapa.

Frost continues covering Mount Fansipan

Frost continues covering Mount Fansipan

Mount Fansipan in the northern province of Lao Cai has been enveloped by frost today.