Lai Chau

Lai Chau features the typical beauty of the Northwest mountainous region with rugged terrain. There are misty peaks, dense forests with many caves mixed with valleys and streams, which creates landscapes with diverse nuances. In particular, Sin Ho plateau is a rustic and straightforward picture. The charming Muong Than field is one of the four famous northwestern rice-fields that captivates so many visitors. Hoang Lien Son pass (also known as O Quy Ho pass) is rugged and majestic, always urging curious adventurers. Tac Tinh waterfall is attractive and lovely as its name. Lai Chau is proud to retain many traditional activities and diverse cultural heritages that create its nuances of the local people. Such as Thai Muong So dance, archaeological sites, and paintings of 36 Giay people. There are still many festivals showing the love of family and homeland every year, such as the flower festival of Thai people (February of the lunar calendar), new rice festival of La Hu people (October, November of the lunar calendar), Then Kin Pang festival - a unique festival of Thai White people (March of the lunar calendar) A place inhabited by 20 ethnic groups, Lai Chau has many delicious dishes, strange specialties of the ethnic groups such as stone moss, bitter bamboo shoots, Mong Ke wine, or humiliation stitches made from pork belly, etc.


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