Moc Chau Highland situates 1050m high above the sea level. About 200 km to the North-west of Hanoi, this highland is 80km in length and 25km in width. The area covered by fields is about 1600 ha. In the time of Autumn until the end of spring, the vast grasslands appear in a dim fog creating beautiful landscapes at dawn. If someday you wake up early in the morning in Moc Chau you will see a miraculous beauty of this highland.
Bac Ha Sunday Market
It is not simply a place for buy and sell but also an opportunity for people from different ethnicities to come and meet, for relatives to reunite after a long time missing, for women to demonstrate their beautiful handmade traditional costumes and even for youngsters to find their dates. To reach the market, many ethnic vendors have to walk a long distance passing mountains and hills. Yet the distance has never discouraged them from joining the Sunday colorful market.
Located at the highest latitude in Vietnam, Ha Giang is endowed by nature with unique beauty, a variety of spectacular views and local specialties. Newly discovered, Ha Giang still remains its authenticity. Meo Vac is exactly the next destination that you can sink your teeth into. You will totally drown in the feeling of adventure, feeling of peace and feeling of full discovery. Starting your way of exploration, Meo Vac is the right place for you to check out some of 23 minority groups in Ha Giang, which includes Hmong, Tay, Nung hill tribe. People and Nho Que River seem to be so tiny among big mountains. You can see here and there the locals in their colorful dresses working on the terraced fields. This is also a good chance for you to savor excellent outlooks of lush valleys.
Mai Chau is noted for its beautiful scenery as a mountainous region. The district is about 60km from Hoa Binh and covers an area of 520 km2. In Mai Chau Valley, there are also national caves and grottoes such as Mo Luong Cave, Chieu Cave, Pieng Kem Grotto, and archaeological sites such as Lang Cave …
Sapa in September
Hang Buom Street Food - Vietnamese Street Food
Vietnamese Street Food. A second pass through the famous weekend night market in Hanoi. You can see that street food on a stick is especially popular…
This crowd NEVER stops moving. I only have video because trying to pause to capture a photo moment was met with shoves. Friendly shoves…
One of my favorite shots from the entire trip is that boy who can’t wait for the hand pulled taffy. That kid is dying for it.
This section of Hanoi has a nice charm to it. Busy certainly but still “small” feeling in the right way. This market butts up against a lake (Hoan Kiem Lake) that becomes a real social center late into the night.
If you are over your jet-lag, give some Hanoi night market street food a shot. Then wander the shores of Hoan Kiem and Hà Nội people watch.
Moc Chau, about 200 km away from Hanoi, is a pretty little town in the northwest mountainous area of Vietnam. This town is a very popular tourist destination, especially in spring when peach blossoms in bloom. Moc Chau is famous for its beautiful flower fields, green tea plants, fresh milk, and the “love market” of H’Mong ethnic minority.
When people think of Vietnam they normally envisage scenes from War movie such as Platoon, Full Metal Jacket & Apocalypse Now etc. However, after a long & bitter War, Vietnam is fast becoming Pearl of the Orient!
Vietnam is one of the most beautiful countries in South East Asia, with stunning landscapes, lush paddy fields, ethnic cultures, idyllic beaches & chaotic yet dynamic & charming cities.
With Vietnam’s long history of colonisation & War, there is a mixture of Eastern & Western influences whether it be in the guise of Chinese or French food or architecture, yet Vietnam is still very much Vietnam in its own right. The delicious food also signifies Vietnam’s personality; aromatic, gentile, strong & spicy…!
If you have an opportunity to visit Sapa, don’t forget to reach to Ta Phin Village, one of the most attractive destinations that located about 17km from Sapa town to the east. With the wonderful natural beauty and the unique cultural features of the Red Dao ethnic group, Ta Phin is an extremely suitable choice for your holiday. The following are some interesting characteristics that I would like to share you.
On the whole, I hope all of you have a happy time in this holiday. And if you’re interested in this nice village, contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or hotline: (+84) 974.861.652 to get more detailed and useful consultation.