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Cruise through the deepest abyss in Southeast Asia

To fully feel the beauty of the Tu San abyss alley, visitors should take a boat trip on the Nho Que river to admire the romantic scenery.

Stunning images of perilous passes in Ha Giang

The northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is renowned for the majestic beauty of its local landscape, in particular its rugged passes and slopes which, although are quite perilous, serve to create breathtaking views for guests.

Images of playful children on stone plateau in Ha Giang

Whilst cheerful children tend to be the centre of attention for many photographers, a range of elegant pictures can be snapped to preserve precious childhood memories.

Lost in Lo Lo Chai Village

At the foot of Lung Cu National Flag Tower, the country’s north pole in Lung Cu Commune, Dong Van District, there is a miraculous village, which is often depicted in legends.

Discovering Hanh Phuc winding road in Ha Giang

Located atop Dong Van Stone plateau in Ha Giang province, the Hanh Phuc winding road proves to be an attractive destination for adventurous travelers looking to experience the area’s breathtaking landscapes.

Ethnic minority women empowered to fight poverty

There were times 30-year-old Sung Thi Sy thought of running away to escape her violent husband, who regularly beat her when he was drunk.

Exploring Southeast Asia’s deepest canyon located in Ha Giang

Found within the unique geological tectonic canyon in the northern province of Ha Giang, Tu San is considered to be the deepest canyon in Southeast Asia.

Plan to be made for Dong Van geopark’s tourism centres

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has assigned the People’s Committee of northernmost Ha Giang province to make a general plan for developing four urban areas into tourism centres of the Dong Van.

Riding the Northern Loop

A mud-spattered Honda swished by me on the mountain pass. The young Vietnamese driver gripped the handlebars confidently, as if he knew every inch of the road. The bike disappeared around a curve. 

Ha Giang’s ‘poisonous’ porridge treats you inside out

 VietNamNet Bridge – The northernmost province in the country is no longer a “remote area” in the tourism sense of the word.

A Japanese man falls in love with Lo Lo culture

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cuc Bac Café is a favorite destination for those dropping by Lo Lo Chai Hamlet in Lung Cu Commune, Dong Van District in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang.

Story of the house in “Chuyen cua Pao” movie

 VietNamNet Bridge – The house of a local family in Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, has become an appealing destination for visitors to the mountainous province after it was used for the film of “Chuyen cua Pao”

Brilliant colors of flowers on the Rock Plateau of Ha Giang

 VietNamNet Bridge - Marigolds, amaranth flowers and annual hibiscus are blossoming on the rocky plateau this season, awakening the hidden beauty of Ha Giang.

Cancer cases multiply near Dong Van Industrial Zone

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many residents in villages in Ha Nam Province’s Duy Tien District became seriously ill and lost their jobs after giving up farmland to the state to make room for the Dong Van Industrial Zone in the province.

Special fairs on the Ha Giang Stone Plateau

The fairs in Ha Giang are not only a place to barter and sell goods but also sites where visitors can experience the colorful culture of many ethnic groups. Visitors can participate in the upland fair in the districts Yen Minh, Dong Van and Meo Vac.

On the Rocky Plateau

 Dong Van plateau is known as one of the 77 geological parks in the world and the second in Southeast Asia after the Langkawi Geological Park in Malaysia.

Impressive bends on Hanh Phuc Road

The 4C highway from Ha Giang town through Quan Ba, Yen Minh to Dong Van rock plateau is especially attractive to tourists with its bends. Some photos of the bends on the road named Hanh Phuc (Happiness).

The colour of Pho Cao

 Pho Cao is a commune of Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province. It has a total population of 5,000, mostly the Mong people. One of the most distinctive features of the area is the Trinh tuong houses which are surrounded by stone fences.

Thrilling Ha Giang provides stunning scenery

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Giang, a mountainous province in the northeast of the country, is known for its unspoiled scenery, magnificent limestone mountains, thrilling, sloping roads and enriched ethnic cultural features,

Dong Van Stone Plateau – historical beauty

VietNamNet Bridge – Located over 1,000 meters above sea level, Dong Van Stone Plateau is formed by narrow valleys alternating with rocky mountain ranges in the north of Vietnam.