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Exploring the rugged beauty of Tay Con Linh Mountain

Trekking through Tay Con Linh Mountain offers an exhilarating adventure filled with extreme challenges, while showcasing a diverse tropical vegetation, breathtaking waterfalls, and enchanting ancient moss forests.

The tranquil beauty of Pho Cao Commune

Pho Cao Commune in Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, offers visitors a mesmerizing blend of majestic natural landscapes, unique ethnic minority cultures, and untouched rustic beauty that few places can rival.

Savoring thang den in cold weather

Thang den (thắng dền), a renowned and delectable specialty in Ha Giang Province, is a delightful snack perfect for relishing on cold nights while venturing through the northern mountainous regions of Vietnam.

The enchanting charms of Duong Thuong Commune

Nestled amid the breathtaking landscapes of Ha Giang Province, Duong Thuong Commune beckons travelers with its unspoiled beauty, rich historical relics, and awe-inspiring cave system, often described as “nature’s masterpiece.”

Tour boat services on Ha Giang river to be resumed

Boat services on the Nho Que River in the northern province of Ha Giang will reopen from Thursday.

Meo Vac kermis features unique ethnic culture in Ha Giang

Mèo Vạc kermis, held every Sunday, is the largest fair in the northern mountainous Hà Giang Province.

Ha Giang named Asia's leading emerging destination

The northern highlands province of Ha Giang has been named Asia's leading emerging destination, according to the Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, Tran Duc Quy.

Ha Giang’s black chicken hotpot: a nutritious delicacy enjoyed by many

The northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is renowned not only for its stunning scenic spots but also for its specialities like the nutritious black chicken hotpot.

Exploring terraced fields of Phung Village

Tucked away in Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province, Phung Village is where you can witness the sheer magnificence of terraced fields that seem to blend seamlessly with the ethereal sea of clouds.

Thien Huong: A village from a bygone era

The village, also known as Mã Pắng, is a rustic, simple, and ancient beauty. It is a place from a different time, making visitors feel like they’ve stepped into a bygone era.

“Invisible houses” with murals on rocky Ha Giang plateau

These houses are adorned with mural paintings and harmonizing colors.

Ha Giang’s fee proposal for Dong Van Geopark raises controversy

The management board of Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark said since 2011 experts at the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network (GGN) have discussed entry fee collection and financial autonomy for the tourism site.

Artist releases new MV promoting Hà Giang’s tourism

According to Quách Beem, the song was written in 2018 and marks the beginning of his non-profit music project, in which he plans to write 63 songs about 63 Vietnamese localities.

The most addictive dish on Ha Giang plateau

Ha Giang attracts tourists not only for its majestic natural landscape and honest ethnic people but also for its bold, regional specialties that cannot be found anywhere else.

Australian newspaper suggests top tips for driving Ha Giang Loop in Vietnam

Australia newspaper Herald Sun recently published an article by Cathy Finch highlighting her thrilling travel experience when exploring the numerous winding roads throughout the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang by motorcycle.

Hidden gem in Ha Giang faces challenges in tourism development

Yen Minh, in the northern province of Ha Giang, possesses beautiful natural landscapes along with rich and unique cultural heritage treasures. In the district, there are 16 ethnic groups living together, each with its own cultural identity.

Huts with moss-covered roofs in Ha Giang

The traditional palm leaf-roofed stilt houses in Xa Phin village of Ha Giang province are covered with lush moss layers, which help keep the living space cool in summer and warm in winter.

Beautiful Ha Giang in spring

The end of spring is the time when the peach and plum flowers in the rocky plateau of Ha Giang show off their beautiful colors.

Golden mustard flowers welcome spring in Ha Giang rocky plateau

These days, Ha Giang is carpeted by endless fields of mustard blossoms which bring a warm atmosphere to clear away the cold air and grey sky in the region while welcoming a prosperous spring.

Phin Ho ‘shan tuyet’ tea –specialty of Ha Giang

Apart from stilt houses and seemingly endless terraced paddy fields, “shan tuyet” tea, a famous specialty of Phin Ho village, is one of the special things visitors cannot forget once setting foot in Tay Con Linh Mountain in Ha Giang.