Beauty of Ha Giang Plateau in pictures

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Visiting Ha Giang province at this time, visitors will be overwhelmed by the imposing and picturesque scenery with the fields full of beautiful buckwheat flowers as well as the unique daily life and traditional culture of the ethnic minority people of this land.

The buckwheat flowers cover the mountain sides…

… and fields in pinkish white carpets.

The flowers also blossom beside the winding roads,…

….creating an imposing beauty.

Covering a total of more than 2,300 kilometres, Dong Van Karst Plateau in Ha Giang province is located at an altitude of over 1,000 metres and belongs to four districts - Dong Van, Meo Vac, Yen Minh and Quan Ba. There are now over 17 ethnic minority groups with 250,000 residents, of which Mong ethnic people account for 70% of the population.

One of the most famous destinations in Ha Giang is Nho Que river passing through the plot of the legendary Ma Pi Leng mountain pass. With an emerald green colour, the river creates a picturesque beauty.

Mong ethnic people gather at a market day in the centre of Meo Vac town.

Exciting atmosphere at the Meo Vac town’s market

Thuong Phung ethnic elementary boarding school students in Meo Vac district are playing football during their recreation break.

Thuong Phung school girls wear traditional costumes for special festivals.

Residents here have called these two mountains Nui Doi (Twin Moutains) for a long time. A beautiful rice field is located at the foot of the Twin Moutains.

Lung Cu National Flag Tower, located in Lung Cu commune, Dong Van district, is around 1,470 metres above sea level.

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