The body of a British backpacker has been found in northern Vietnam, nearly a week after he went missing.
Aiden Webb, from Norwich, was last seen on Friday after he set off on his own to climb the Fanispan - Vietnam’s tallest mountain.
The 22-year-old fell and hurt himself and his phone stopped working the next day.
His body was found in Sin Chai village by rangers at 12.50pm local time (0650 BST).
Nguyen Quang Vinh, the head of the Hoang Lien National Park, said: “It is very sad that we found the British tourist body today.
“The position is quite near the location that his girlfriend gave us, in Sin Chai village,” he told the BBC.
Following the news, friends and family paid tribute to the aspiring actor on his Facebook page.
Luke Enenra Muszalik described Webb as “hercules”.
He posted: “Such a genuine guy, true friend and legend. One of my biggest inspirations. Love you bro! Gonna miss you big.”
Webb had been travelling in Vietnam with his girlfriend, Bluebell Baughan.
Last week his family set up a Facebook page called “Help us find Aiden in Vietnam” after he went missing.
They said he had alerted his girlfriend on Friday, saying he was in trouble, had hurt his knee, torn open his arm and lost his flashlight after falling by a waterfall.
On Tuesday, his father, Trever Webb, arrived in Vietnam to join the search.