Sapa - Lao Cai

Lao Cai is the northern border province, with a tourist highlight Sapa town. Lao Cai is a highland border province in the Northwestern region, 330 km from Hanoi. Thanks to the fertile terrain, hills, valleys and caves, the system of rivers, streams, and rapids, Lao Cai is always one of the most popular tourist destinations in the North; the highlight is Sapa town. Visitors to Sapa are overwhelmed with picturesque natural scenery, but each season has its characteristics. Spring comes, peach blossom bloom, dyed throughout the hills a dreamlike pale pink. In the summer, this place becomes an ideal vacation spot for those who love to explore and explore famous caves and scenic spots, such as Ham Rong, Bac waterfall, Cau May, Ta Phin cave, “Noc Indochinese houses ”Fansipan, etc. In the fall, the lush green terraced fields stretching out on the slopes of the mountains are changed into bright yellow robes as the rice matures. In winter, clouds cover the peaks, creating a naughty, real look that gives visitors peace, tranquility, like straying into heaven. Not only attracts tourists by the beautiful scenery, but Lao Cai is also famous for the customs and festivals unique to the 27 ethnic groups living here, such as the Tay dance festival of the Tày people in Ta Chai, Tet Dance of the Red Dao people, Root Poem festival of Giay people, etc. The unique cultural feature of the province is the upland markets. Not only is the place of trading, exchanging goods, these markets are also a place for playing, selling, and dating boys and girls. With beautiful natural scenery and colorful cultural paintings, Lao Cai makes visitors reluctant to leave, and always misses and comes here when they have the opportunity.

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