Top 4 attractions to explore in Lao Cai
Lào Cai is a province of the mountainous Northwest region of Vietnam bordering the province of Yunnan in China. Lào Cai has many historical sites, natural caves and produces agricultural specialties such as Bắc Hà plums.
Lao Cai Mau Temple is located at the border of No. 102 between Vietnam and China , near Lao Cai Border Gate; belonging to Bao, Hung Hoa province ; now in ward Lao Cai , Lao Cai , Vietnam. Lao Cai Mau Temple was built in the 18th century by the people of Le Hoa gate at the ancient Bao Thang street . At first, the temple was just a small church on the banks of Red River and Nam Thi River ; Through many restoration and restoration, the temple is now spacious with 9 shrines.
Upper house of Lao Cai, also called Holy Tran Tu, located in Ward Lao Cai, Lao Cai province Lao Cai, Vietnam. The temple was built in the Le dynasty, the reign of Chinh Hoa, which is the place of worship of Quoc dynasty, Hung Dao Dai Vuong Tran Quoc Tuan. Located on Mai Linh Mountain at an altitude of 1200m above sea level. Thuong Temple was the place that Tran Quoc Tuan had chosen as a signaling place for the army to fight the northern enemy.
Ham Rong Mountain is a mountain located in the majestic Hoang Lien Son range with the meaning of "jaws of the dragon". Ham Rong is one of the few mountains in Vietnam with a clear and beautiful pictorial element. There are many different types of mountains around Ham Rong mountain, evergreen closed forest, with year-round broadleaf trees and vines, dense bushes, mixed broadleaf and coniferous forests ... characterized by sparse forests, less dense, occasionally alternating broad-leaved grass and
Map of attractions in Lao Cai