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It is an ideal environment for plants to flourish and thrive, including thick green moss, which ethnic people use to cover the palm-leaf roofs of their homes.

A 'miniature Switzerland’ in Ha Giang

In the fall, the scene in Suoi Thau steppe in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is compared to “miniature Switzerland” by tourists.

Single mother with one leg completes arduous journey in Ha Giang

Duong Thi Thanh Nga, who had one leg amputated after being diagnosed with bone cancer, conquered Ha Giang and A Pao rock on her own on a three-day journey to celebrate her 30th birthday.

Dong Van Karst Plateau's ancient village

Thien Huong Village in the northern mountain province of Ha Giang has an unforgettable charm for young visitors, particularly photographers and nature lovers, due to its stunning landscape and tranquillity.

The love market where you can meet your ex

Believed to date back more than 100 years, the Khau Vai Love Market usually takes place accompanied by a festival that includes cultural activities of various ethnic minorities.

Visiting Ha Giang in late spring

Coming to Ha Giang in late spring in March, vacationers can admire the brilliant beauty of blooming peach and plum blossoms.

Khen (panpine) – soul of Mong ethnic people

Although modern culture has been present in every corner of mountainous hamlets, the passion for melodies of Khen (panpine) has never ceased among men of the Mong ethnic group.

New rice celebration – unique cultural practice of ethnic minorities in Ha Giang

Mung com moi is an agricultural practice that reflects the spiritual life of local residents and their respect to rice, an important crop in their production.

 

 

Lo Lo Chai – A miraculous village in the North

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. Its name is Lo Lo Chai.

Buckwheat flower festival held online for first time

The 7th Buckwheat Flower Festival in Ha Giang Province has been held online for the first time, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Audiences can tune to the festival, the theme of which is ‘Hoa của Đá’ (Flower of the Stone), from November 27.

Lose yourself in the rustic splendor of a century-old historic village in Ha Giang

One of Dong Van town’s most popular tourist attractions, the more than 100-year-old Thien Huong historic village in Ha Giang province, draws people from all over the world.

Camping on the white cliffs in Ha Giang

Camping on Ha Giang white cliffs, where you can appreciate the beauty of Nho Que River and the winding Ma Pi Leng pass road with overlapping mountains, has become popular among young travellers.

The unique "backward" market in Sa Phin Commune, Ha Giang Province

Coming to Ha Giang Province, visitors can not only admire the wonderful scenery but also join unique backward markets in the northern mountainous area.

A glimpse of Ha Giang during golden rice season

The weather in the northern mountainous region begins to get cold some time in October and yellow rays of sun shine over ripe golden rice fields, signalling a bountiful “golden season”. 

A glimpse of Ha Giang during golden rice season

Hoang Su Phi is one of the two western border districts of Ha Giang Province, the residence area of 13 ethnic groups such as Dao, Tay, Nung, Co Lao and La Chi.

Discovering God Cliff in Ha Giang

Located at an altitude of 1,700m above sea level, the God Cliff in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang is one of the places that attract many tourists.

Ha Giang promotes beauty of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields online

The annual programme highlighting the beauty of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields in the northern province of Ha Giang during harvest season will be held virtually for the first time amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ha Giang tourism to be promoted virtually

The annual programme highlighting the beauty of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields in the northern province of Hà Giang during harvest season will be held virtually for the first time because of the pandemic.

 

Khau Vai Market in Ha Giang: A venue of broken romance

There is a market in the Ha Giang Karst Plateau which is not a trading place but instead a meeting venue of couples who were in love but broke up in the end. 

Mysterious ancient house in Ha Giang

People always think of the H'mong King Palace, Dong Van Old Quarter and Cao Street when they think of outstanding architectural works in the Dong Van Karst Plateau in the northern province of Ha Giang.