Ha Giang Attractions
6 Best Places to Visit In Ha Giang
Ha Giang has always been one of the most attractive destinations for those daring backpackers who want to seek the pure beauty of Vietnam’s nature and people. Spectacular scenery of green mountains, winding rivers, flower valleys and serpentine roads are the distinguished features of this North Western province. Ha Giang ethnic people, living in very simple ways, are warm-heartened and cordial, always willing to welcome the visitors from afar. Also, do not miss Dong Van Market, a truly cultural signature of this mountainous region.
Unlike most people think, the northernmost point of Vietnam is not Lung Cu flag pole but a remote observation deck, which is approximately 30 minutes riding from the flagpole.
Starting from Nghiem Son mountain of China, Nho Que river cuts its way through Ha Giang's mountain and ends its 192km journey in Cao Bang province.
A picturesque landmark of Ha Giang, Tham Ma slope is a rugged part of Highway 4C that tourists will pass through on the way from Ha Giang to Dong Van.
The house of Vuong Family, the king of Miao ethnic, is located in Xa Phin, Dong Van, and Ha Giang.
The old stone field of Nam Dan was discovered in 2004 by scientists from the Institute of Archeology and the Ha Giang Museum.
Lung Cu is located in Dong Van, 200km from the center of Ha Giang Borough with a natural area of 3,460 hectares.
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