Ha Giang and 10 Destination

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You are the foreign tourists? You are planning to travel in Ha Giang in Vietnam? But you do not know the choice location in Ha Giang to their destination in the tour? We will help you select the ideal place for you. You are not yet known where in Ha Giang to make their stops in this tour. 

1. Happy Road

It is not only an important traffic road but also the image, the symbol of revolutionary spirit in building socialism and defending Vietnam. Today, this road is considered as the most beautiful road in Vietnam. This is one of the Best destination in Vietnam.

The Happiness Road began to be built on September 10, 1959, with a length of about 200 km, from Ha Giang through Dong Van stone plateau and Ma Phuong peak to Meo Vac. It was formed by the hands of more than 1,300 volunteers from 6 provinces of Viet Nam and two delta provinces (Nam Dinh, Hai Duong) and more than 1,000 people of 16 ethnic groups on the rocky plateau for 7 years.

2. Ma Pi Leng Pass

Ma Pi Leng Pass is a mountain pass which belongs to Ha Giang Province.  This pass is well known for its dangerous but wonderful 20-kilometer road at the altitude of over 1500m over the sea level. Over the pass, there is a path called “Happiness Road”, which connects Ha Giang, Dong Van, and Meo Vac, was constructed from the 1960s by the workers who almost are the H’Mong people. Ma Pi Leng Pass is truly a cannot-be-denied attraction in a Ha Giang travel.

3. Mansion of Vuong Family

Vuong family’s maison is located in XaPhin Village, around 25km from the center of Dong Van District. The edifice is a rare historical site which is the witness of Vietnam architecture dated back to Nguyen Dynasty (1804 - 1839) in Ha Giang. Vuong’s edifice consists of 10 smaller houses made of rare wood in giant sizes and roofed with double tiles. Surrounding the structure are rocky walls that are 60-100 centimeters thick and 3 meters high and many lush green trees. It has been classified as a national relic from 1993 and now has become a must-see destination when travelling to Ha Giang.

4. Lung Khuy Cave - Quan Ba

The cave was discovered by Hmong people in the area long time ago, on hot sunny days people working on the rice terraces usually come to the grotto to drink water, when it rains hard the cave provides a good shelter. Lung Khuy cave which is located at Lung Khuy village, Quan Ba commune, Ha Giang province and about 10 km from Tam Son town has been considered as the largest cave in this rocky plateau.

Lung Khuy cave is around 300m in length with many different branches, magnificent stalactites and fancy shapes stimulating the imagination of visitors. Coming to this cave, visitors must park their vehicles at the local house and walk along the earthen road for more than one kilometer. Lung Khuy is a beautifully pristine cave which will bring huge value for Ha Giang’s tourism. Therefore, Lung Khuy cave needs to be preserved and protected to become one of the attractive destinations for domestic and foreign tourist

5. Dong Van Old Town

Situated in Dong Van District, The 100-year-old quarter is now one of the best tourist attractions in Ha Giang. The old quarter has many ancient structures with unique architecture, winding streets, and intact contours. Travel to this interesting destination, travellers not only can discover the pride of Dong Van people but also have the chance to learn about the impressive lifestyle of ethnic minorities such as Kinh, Tay, Mong, Hoa…

6. Yen Minh Pine forest 

There is a pine tree road at the eastern northern of Vietnam, it is the Yên Minh pine forest, Hà Giang province, the feeling when you walk in the pine forest is so different, that it'll be your best experience ever if you come here.

The length of Yên Minh road is about 50 km from Quản Bạ, beautiful charming. Yên Minh to Hà Giang distance is about 100km to the eastern northern, the 4C road goes from Cán tỷ ti the centre of the city through 3 wards: Bạch Đích, Na Khê, Lao and Chải. Looking to Yên Minh, the moutain is full of pine trees, a green color covers everywhere.

7. Pao's House

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” (The Story of Pao).

The nearly-seventy-old-year original building has been home to four generations. It originally belonged to a man named Mua Sua Pao. As Pao and his son died at the house in 1979 and 1980, his grandson, Mua Phai Tua, is the heir to the property.

In 2006, the house and Lung Cam Tren Village in Sung La Commune was chosen for the background of “The Story of Pao”, which is about the life of a H’Mong girl named Pao starred by actress Do Hai Yen.

The film also tells movie lovers about beautiful love, life and human emotions as well as the rich culture and spiritual lives of the H’Mong ethnic minority people in Ha Giang Province. It won a Golden Kite Award in 2005 and was introduced at the Cannes International Film Festival in France in 2007.

8. Lung Cu Pole

The tower was built to mark the northernmost point in Vietnam. At the top of 1,700 meters-high Lung Cu peak is tower flying the Vietnamese national flag. 

Below the tower, the Nho Que River meanders like a silk ribbon to the Ma Pi Leng Pass, one of Vietnam’s four highest passes. On both sides, tiny Lo Lo houses guard the rice fields. This beautiful scenery inspires the patriotism of those who make the climb the Lung Cu flag.

The 389 stone steps leads to the summit. At the foothill, they exhibit the costumes, working tools, cultural and handicraft products of Ha Giang people.

Lung Cu is also the homeland of many renowned dishes and specialties, such as San tea, honey wine, corn wine, faded cherry, pear blossom, white snow and “thang co” dish. Along with the distinctive characteristics of traditional culture, Lung Cu truly is the bewitching place for tourists.

Especially, the beauty of Lung Cu is best revealed in spring when the atmosphere is fresh, the H’mong people blow the leaf flute flirting their partners, resonating the whole area, as well as the sound of the bronze drum by the fire

9. Sung La valley

Those who have watched the award-winning movie Pao’s Story, directed by Do Quang Hai, may dream of a journey to Sung La, a small village in the northern province of Ha Giang. Sung La Valley is as beautiful as a fairy tale. On top of the mountain pass, visitors can take a breathtaking view. 

The rooftops are scattered against the cliffs stretching over the plateau. Among the green cornfields, women in colorful brocade skirts go up and down the small winding roads which look like silk ribbons around the mountain sides. It is understandable why the splendid natural landscape in this thousand-year-old valley was chosen for artistic frames of photographers and film directors. The area can inspire artists thanks to its enchanting beauty and a gentle pace of life.

Just like the house which was chosen for the movie Pao’s Story, other houses in the village maintain their ancient beauty with the yin-yang roof tiles covered with moss and plants. The beautiful village is home to Lo Lo, H’Mong and Han peoples, creating a cultural diversity that one would love to explore.

10. Hoang Su Phi

Hoang Su Phi District in Ha Giang province is the home of many ethnic groups who live mainly by growing rice and other subsidiary crops. It is an explorer’s dream with beautiful nature. Travelling to Hoang Su Phi, tourists will be amazed by the magnificent terraced rice fields, rugged mountains, lush valleys, endless skies and the authentic culture of the locals.

Hoang Su Phi has a wide range of attractions. Whether you are seeking an outdoor adventure or simply follow the locals to their rice fields, Hoang Su Phi will absolutely satisfy your appetite for unique travel. The local people in Hoang Su Phi are very friendly and straightforward. They are always willing to welcome the tourists coming to their beautiful land. You should come to Hoang Su Phi in October- the harvest time to witness ethnic minority farmers in the beautiful golden rice fields.

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