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“Bao La Vietnam”, A Much-needed Patriotic Song At This Time To Sing Out The Unity Spirit

A patriotic music video has been making its rounds in the internet these days.

On June 10, a music video titled “Bao La Vietnam” (translated “Immense Vietnam”) was unleashed by X2X Official through its YouTube channel.

X2X is a group consisting of four members; Phat Ho, Sinike (Tran Chi Thien, Jokes Bii (Quoc Anh) and Dinh Long.

“Bao La Vietnam” is a collaboration of several Vietnamese artists, namely Minh Hang, X2X, Vo Hoang Yen, Huong Ly, LyLy, Han Sara, Bui Cong Nam, Lien Binh Phat, Phan Ngan, Anna (SGO48), Vinh Tran and others.

Photo: FB X2X Team.

Through “Bao La Vietnam”, Vietnamese and foreign viewers are able to enjoy spectacular scenes of Vietnam; from the north, the central, down to the south of the country, highlighting popular touristy destinations of each region,  such as Guom lake (Hanoi), Trang An (Ninh Binh province), Dalat City, Golden Bridge (Da Nang), Hoi An, Landmark 81 (Ho Chi Minh City), and others.

Photo: FB Le Hang.

With the meaningful lyrics, pleasant melody and picturesque scenes of Vietnam, “Bao La Vietnam” is more than just a song itself, as it also goes to showcase the different types of intriguing places that tourists can visit in Vietnam as well as to promote the country as a safe destination to travel amidst the ongoing global COVID-19 situation.

Watch “Bao La Vietnam” below:


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