TAG : Ha Giang



    Hoang Su Phi is known for its spectacular natural setting and the richness of the local cultures.


  • A sight to behold

    A sight to behold

    As the rice is harvested in the northwest the terraced rice fields in the local area reveal their exquisite beauty.




    One Austrian man has been instrumental in building schools in some of Vietnams most remote areas.


  • New cave system discovered in Ha Giang

    A stalactite-covered cave system has been discovered on the Dong Van karst plateau near Lung Khuy village in the northernmost province of Ha Giang. Its untouched beauty and splendid, transparent white stalactites are said to be stunning. Measuring from one to two metres, the stalactites take on many strange forms. Some look like giant stone lithophones, while others resemble towers or flowers. It promises to become an ideal tourist destination.

  • UP & OVER

    UP & OVER

    The mountain passes in northern Ha Giang province are perhaps the most impressive in Vietnam.


  • Modern meets tradition

    Modern meets tradition

    The balance between the old and the new is especially evident among Vietnam’s ethnic minorities in the country’s remotest regions.


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