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Ha Giang is a new place for those who love to explore

Ha Giang is a northern border province of Vietnam. Highland landscape of Ha Giang bearing bold wild. A karst landscape with undulating mountains, terraced fields, streams, waterfalls, caves, this is definitely an interesting destination for travelers interested in exploring, trekking and hiking. With the current forest area, occupying nearly 40% of natural area is also attractive for nature lovers. In addition, this is also home to many ethnic villages, so there are many festivals throughout the year, or experience the culture here is also something interesting.




What is the best time to visit Ha Giang?


The average temperature in Ha Giang varies from 21 to 23 degrees Celsius. The mountain areas the weather can change very fast. High humidity in the air is a prominent feature in Ha Giang climate, which is also the reason for heavy rainfall and prolonged. The best time to visit Ha Giang is in the dry season, this is the time from October to April. But the winter months (December, January, February) may be very cold. It is the rainy season from May to September, landslides on the roads are possible.



You can see Ha Giang weather via https://www.accuweather.com/en/vn/ha-giang/353389/weather-forecast/353389


Thing to see


#1 The Hmong king’s palace (Vuong Chinh Duc) in Sa Phin village


Author: Khánh Hmoong


Located 130 km north of Ha Giang City, Vuong Chinh Duc palace is located in the Sa Phin valley is a unique architectural work, attracting domestic and foreign tourists. Ha Giang people still call this place with the name: The Hmong king’s palace. The palace is nearly 100 years old.


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#2 Lung Cu flag pole.




The Lung Cu flag pole is located at the top of Lung Cu at about 1,700m in Lung Cu commune, Dong Van district, Ha Giang province. This is a small point on the Vietnam-China border. You need to pass 389 stone steps and climb 140 more spiral stairs in the heart of the flagpole to reach the top. On the top, you can get paranoma view with surrounding landscape is the majestic nature with Dong Van Karst Global Geopark, with terraced fields  between villages such as Lo Lo Chai, Xo Lung, Cang Tang village ... that is a beautiful scenery of ethnic people here.


#3 Dong Van Plateau



Dong Van Plateau is a rocky plateau spreading over four districts of Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van and Meo Vac in Ha Giang Province, Vietnam. Dong Van plateau is one of the special limestone karst areas, bearing typical markers of the history of the earth's crust development, natural phenomena, unique landscape, high biodiversity and transmission. The longstanding culture of indigenous communities. Stretching over 100km of road with winding road, with one side is deep and rocky side, the wild and majestic scenery of Dong Van Plateau appears in clouds will make visitors really shocked.


#4 Ha Giang market



Thang Co is a popular food in this place. You can see in the highland markets. The market has become an indispensable cultural activities in the lives of people in Ha Giang people. Apart from the purpose of trading, exchange of goods, the market is also the place where cultural exchanges of ethnic people here. If you visited the market in the districts of Meo Vac, Dong Van, Quan Ba, Hoang Su Phi, Xin Man ... of Ha Giang, you would not forget the special features of the market here.


#5 Ma Pi Leng - the king of the Vietnam Pass



Author: Hoach Le Dinh


Ma Pi Leng Pass is famous for the majestic scenery. The Pass is not long, but it is the most dangerous mountain pass in the northern border, is like the "king" of the Vietnam Pass.  The Pass is about 20km long, curving around the peak of Ma Pi Leng pass, 2,000 meters high, connecting Meo Vac town with Dong Van. To make this way tens of thousands of workers from all the North.

After completing, the pass of Ma Li Leng with nine curved bends along the cliff, under the abyss has become a feat and it is considered as a "Great Wall" of Vietnam.

admin Mar 15, 2018

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