Ha Giang is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Northern Vietnam. With the magnificent mountains and stunning terraced rice fields, this place id definitely worth a visit.
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Quan Ba heaven gate – The Gateway to the Sky
About 46 km north of the center of Ha Giang town, Quan Ba is like a “Da Lat” in the north. Quan Ba is blessed with fresh cool climate, natural beauty such as Heaven Gate, Co Tien Mountain, Khanh My Cave and home to several ethnic groups like the Mong, Dao, Tay and Bo Y. Reaching to the submit of Quan Ba, tourists can be proud of themselves and do not forget to shoot stunning photos.
The Vuong Palace
The Vuong family was know as the king of the H’Mong ethnic in the region for hundred years. The palace is now a small museum that shows tourists the glory of the pass and the history. An interesting place to visit before coming to Dong Van town.
Lung Cu Flag Tower
Lung Cu flagpole is a national flagpole located at Lung Cu peak, also known as Long mountain peak, about 1,700 meters above sea level in Lung Cu commune, Dong Van district, Ha Giang province. From the top of the flagpole looking down to the ground, there are 02 ponds in the mountains all year round that never run out of water. They are called dragon eyes.
Pho Bang ancient town
Standing behind the towering rocky mountains, Pho Bang (Dong Van, Ha Giang) is also known as the sleepy town or forgotten town. But, life in Pho Bang is still going on peacefully. Time flies, but not in Pho Bang. If you travel to Vietnam on a photography tour, this town must be a ideal place.
Dong Van ancient town
Dong Van is located on the plateau at an average height of 1,000-1,600m above sea level, 160km from Ha Giang. Here there is a hundred year old town and market and the ancient beauty will make visitors forget about hard trip after a long journey to Dong Van Ancient Town.
Ma Li Leng Pass
The pass connecting the two districts of Dong Van and Meo Vac is only about 20 km, 2,000 meters above sea level, but Ma Leng makes anyone come to overwhelm, overwhelmed by the miracle, beyond human imagination. If you have not come to Ma Phi Leng pass, you have not come to Ha Giang yet.
Khau Vai love market
Khau Vai love market is where lovers meet, which dates back to 1919, on a hill in Khau Vai village, Khau Vai commune, Meo Vac district, Ha Giang province. The market meets once a year on March 27 (lunar calendar); Called the market, but not where to trade goods … almost no sellers, buyers of goods in the right sense that only some people sell food for people coming here to market. Want to know why? choose the right time to come here.
Landscape of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields
Although born late and known later than the terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai (Yen Bai) and Sa Pa (Lao Cai), but the national scenery in Hoang Su Phi (Ha Giang) has its own unique characteristics thanks to the hard work and skillful hands of La Chi, H’Mong, Nung, Dao ethnic. Hoang Su Phi is highly recommended places to experience trekking, homestay and Vietnam photography tour.
Thac Tien tourist area – Wind pass
Lying between the primeval forest of Deo Gio (in Nong Dan commune, Xin Man district, Ha Giang province), Tien Waterfall is beautiful and both beautiful and poetic.
Waterfall is a double waterfall, the water source of the main waterfall is the stream of water from the rainy season in Tu Cu, Bac Ha, Lao Cai at an altitude of over 1404m above sea level. Ta Ngan Stream flows through 9 hamlets, communes of Xin Xin with a length of 45 km. From Ngam Lam village, from the height of over 70m, the stream flowing along the Deo Gio mountain crest creates two parallel falls.
From the center of Xin Man district – Coc Pai town, drive 17km through the winding pass, you will reach Tien Waterfall.
Previously, Tien waterfall is less known because there is no road to get there, people must stick to dense forest to find their way. Since large cement stairs have been built, it is easy to get around. As soon as we set foot on the first step down the waterfall, cool air rushed, feeling like entering a completely different space.
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