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[Video] Incredible Timelapse: Saigon to Sapa

While there have been numerous timelapse videos made in Saigon, we’ve never seen one that captures Vietnam from north to south. Until now.

Vietnam: From Saigon to Sapa is a personal project from a Spanish photographer who recently traveled across Vietnam, spending nearly 100 hours on busses, motorbikes and bicycles. Along the way, they stopped in Mui Ne, Dalat, Hoi An, Hue, Ninh Binh and Sapa, capturing Vietnam’s immense beauty.

Vietnam · Timelapses · from Wedding's ARt on Vimeo.

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