Top 4 attractions to explore in Lai Chau
Lai Chau is a province in northern Vietnam and is particularly known for its mountains and ethnic minorities. It is home to the highest mountain of Vietnam and Indochina called ‘Fansipan’. At a height of 3,143 meters, it is rightfully referred to as ‘The Roof of Indochina’.
Attractions in Lai Chau
Fansipan is a mountain in Vietnam. The height of the mountain was 3,143 metres in 1909, but now the height of the mountain is 3,147.3 metres . It is the highest mountain in the Indochinese Peninsula , hence its nickname "the Roof of Indochina". It is located in the Lào Cai Province of the Northwest region of Vietnam, 9 km southwest of Sa Pa in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. Administratively, it is shared between Tam Đường district, Lai Châu and Sa Pa town, Lào Cai.
Hoang Lien National Park is a national park within Hoang Lien Son Range, in the districts of Sa Pa and Than Uyên of Lào Cai Province, and part of Phong Thổ District in Lai Châu Province. It was one of the best trekking and safari places in Vietnam and also home to several wildlife also.
Hoang Lien Son mountain range is a mountain range in Northwest Vietnam. This mountain range is called Hoang Lien Son because there are many celandine trees on this range. The Thai call this mountain range Khau Pha meaning "horn of heaven". It has a cold climate all year round and a lot of rain. In addition, the stone in the string has erupted marks, intrusion marks. The weak soil is high humus due to its high terrain.
O Quy Ho Pass, Pass O Quy Ho or pass Hoang Lien Son is Pass on Highway 4D in areas bordering the two provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau, Vietnam. This is one of the longest, rugged and majestic mountain pass routes in the northern mountains of Vietnam.
Map of attractions in Lai Chau