Bac Me is about 50 km from Ha Giang town.
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Dong Van is an upland district of Ha Giang, it is far about 146 kilometers from Ha Giang.
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Ha Giang is an enticing draw for lovers of beautiful locales.
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Hoang Su Phi is among the most untouched area of Ha Giang Province of Vietnam.
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Khau Vai Love Market in Ha Giang has become a meeting place for all of those in love, also attract many tours and tourists in Vietnam travel to visit here.
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Lung Cu flag Tower, about 24km from the centre of Dong Van district.
Lung Cu flag Tower, Ha Giang, Ha Giang Province. Lung Cu flag Tower, Ha Giang, Ha Giang Province.
Meo Vac Town in Ha Giang, a north-eastern province, lies snugly in a smallish valley surrounded by rocky mountain.
Meo Vac, Ha Giang, Ha Giang Province. Meo Vac, Ha Giang, Ha Giang Province.

Ha Giang overview

Ha Giang, in northern Vietnam, is a mountainous and adventurous destination with beautiful karst mountains, steep mountain passes, winding roads, and foggy villages. This region is home to a diverse range of local ethnic minorities who have maintained their traditional culture and way of life, resulting in cultural diversity as well as unique and beautiful landscapes.

Best time to visit Ha Giang

The average annual temperature in Ha Giang is around 20°C makes it easy to visit at any time of year with the exception of July and August when heavy rain is expected, and December and January, when temperatures can drop to 8-10°C.

How to travel to Ha Giang?

It is about 300km from Hanoi to Ha Giang so the best way to reach Ha Giang is by a local bus or private transfer, or take a night train to Lao Cai to visit nearby sites such as Sapa, Lai Chau, Dien Bien Phu, then take a bus from one of these sites to Ha Giang, riding a motorcycle to Ha Giang are the best routes for adventurous travelers.

Things to do in Ha Giang

1. Take a look at Hoang Su Phi’s rice terraces
2. Visit historic sites such as the Hmong King Palace and the over 100-year-old House of Pao.
3. Discover the Dong Van Geopark through the most beautiful mountain passes in Vietnam.
4. Explore the most authentic ethnic minority villages.
6. Stop in Du Gia to enjoy the scenery, walk through the rice fields, swim in nearby waterfalls, and stay at a homestay.
6. Discover Vietnam’s tallest flag tower, the Lung Cu flag tower to take the amazing view of Ha Giang’s northernmost point.
7. Local markets should be visited.
8. Experience the Ha Giang motorbike loop.

Ha Giang’s special foods

Dried buffalo meat and pork, Au Tau soup, Chao Dang (bitter soup), San Tuyet Tea, Orange, Thang Den in Dong Van,  Xoi Ngu Sac (the sticky rice is cooked with many colors), Reu Nuong, Com Lam Bac Me, Thang Co…