Top 8 attractions to explore in Ha Giang
Ha Giang is a province located in the remote area of the Nothern Vietnam. Ha Giang offers fantastic mountain scenery over the whole area and diverse cultures of many ethnic minorities.
Attractions in Ha Giang
The residence of King Meo, also known as Nha Vuong is located in a valley in Sa Phin commune, Dong Van district, Ha Giang. The entire mansion of King Meo has an area of nearly 3,000 m2, which was started in 1898 and completed in 9 years later in 1907. The construction process costs 15 lakh dong, equivalent to 150 billion dongs. copper today. The mansion was classified as a national monument by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on July 23, 1993.
Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark is a geopark in northern Vietnam. It shares a border with China in the north. It is a member of the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network and Asia Pacific Geoparks Network, officially since Oct 3, 2010.It is located in Hà Giang Province, the northernmost province in Vietnam. It takes up most of the area of four of the province's districts . About 80% of the area of the geopark is covered by limestone. There are many huge mountains here, the highest one is Mount Mieu Vac.
Dong Van Plateau is a plateau rocks spread over four districts of Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, Meo Vac of the province of Ha Giang, Vietnam. October 3, 2010, records "Geoparks Highland Dong Van" was an advisory council Network of Geoparks Global (GGN) of UNESCO officially recognized as geoparks worldwide. At the time, this was currently the only title in Vietnam and the second in Southeast Asia.
Hang Lung elbow is cave in the mountains in Lung buttons communes in Quan Ba district, Quan Ba province of Ha Giang , Vietnam. Lung Khuong cave is karst in the limestone mountain range. The cave is located more than 10 km from the center of Quan Ba district . From Tam Son town follow 4C Highway about 8 km and walk 2 km to the cave entrance. The cave is known as the most beautiful cave in the cave discovered in Dong Van Plateau Global Geopark
The Mã Pí Lèng Pass is a mountain pass on the Highway 4C in the territory of Pai Lung and Pa Vi commune, Hà Giang Province, North Vietnam. It is approximately 20 kilometres long, on the section of the Highway 4C connecting the towns of Đồng Văn and Mèo Vạc. It is at the altitude of 1,500 m. The road was first built by Yao, H'mong, Tay, and Lolo minority people. This section of the Highway 4C was constructed in the years of 1960
Ta Phin Ho is a village adjacent to the West Con Linh mountain range in the northern border area, in Nam Ty commune - Hoang Su Phi district - Ha Giang province. There are only 34 households living in this area, mainly Red Dao and Dao ao, Nung and H'mong people; From 2016, there has been an additional Institute of Indigenous Medicine of Vietnam coming here to invest in planting herbs, processing Shan snow tea, producing cosmetics from herbs and traveling on medical convalescence.
Ban Ba Waterfall is a waterfall on Ba stream in the land of Ban Ba, Trung Ha commune, Chiem Hoa district, Tuyen Quang province , Vietnam. The waterfall has 3 floors, at a height of about 170 m, about 70 km from Tuyen Quang. From Chiem Hoa go 25 km to Ban Ba, and walk about 1 km to the falls. The mining area is an ecological state that has been recognized as a scenic national level in 2007 and is an attractive destination for many tourists both domestic and international.
Map of attractions in Ha Giang