Foreign tourists could hardly imagine the scene of snow-covered forest before they come to a tropical country like Vietnam.
Snow covers a sign in a resort on the O Quy Ho Pass. After 30 years, thick snow falls again in Sapa.
Snow in Sapa town center has melted but it still covers the mountains. In the photo: a tourist is walking on the O Quy Ho Pass.
Two foreign tourists try to skiing on a slippery slope…
... and then falling.
Japanese tourists throw snowballs.
The snow-covered steps to the Silver Waterfall.
Snow is very familiar to Westerners but seeing snow-covered mountains and forest in a tropical country is still pleasant experience.
Snow makes traffic difficult, a number of vehicles carrying tourists stuck on the pass.
A tourist sits in the car waiting for road clearance.
Many young people go to Sapa to witness the rare natural phenomenon...
... and save those memorable moments in photos.
Foreign tourists even want to see snow in Sapa town by rented motorbikes.
Source: VietNam Net