Top Destinations

Breathtaking sceneries, timeless historical sites, and man-made wonders – Ha Giang’s attractions showcase the diversity and beauty of our province

Ma Pi Leng Pass

The Ma Pi Leng pass is considered the most beautiful road in Vietnam and the King of the country’s mountain passes.

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Lung Cu Flagpole

The Lung Cu flagpole boldly stands at Vietnam’s northernmost point. Under the flagpole lies Lo Lo Chai, a village inhabited by one of Vietnam’s most unique minorities.

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Hmong King’s Palace

While the Hmong Kingdom of the Vuong family did not last, their palace has stood the test of time. Today, visitors wander about its courts to contemplate its timeless beauty.

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Hoang Su Phi’s Terraced Fields

Hoang Su Phi is well-known for the breathtaking scenery of its marvelous terraced fields, a masterpiece created by generation upon generation of the Ha Giang people.

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“My first glimpse of the place that some call Shangri-La came on a brisk spring afternoon as we were careening along a narrow road hemmed in by sheer limestone walls. Our driver made a hairpin turn and all at once the landscape erupted into a sweep of dazzling slopes, serrated ridges and hanging valleys….”

— The New York Times —

Lung Khuy Cave

Long hidden under the mountains, the astonishing Lung Khuy cave recently emerged to become one of Vietnam’s most spectacular tourist destinations.

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Ha Giang, district by district

Ha Giang City

Our provincial capital is a microcosm of our province: modern town center, lush terraced fields, spectacular landscapes, and authentic experiences – you find it all here.

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Meo Vac

Meo Vac is the ultimate destination for those seeking the purest Ha Giang experience of beauty and authenticity.

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Dong Van

The Final Frontier. The heart of the karst plateau. Home of surreal rock terrains.
Serene, bustling market town. Dong Van is all of them.

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Yen Minh

Home to pine forests, terraced fields, and lush tropical jungles, Yen Minh is a mish-mash of temperate and tropical vegetation ─ European in climate but Ha Giang in character.

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Quan Ba

Traveling on the 4C highway, you’ll catch your first glimpse of the Dong Van plateau upon reaching a spectacular pass befittingly named “Heavens’ Gate.”

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Hoang Su Phi

As a legend of the local La Chi people has it, Hoang Su Phi owes its unforgettable scenery to the yellow-bark tree. Come to Hoang Su Phi and witness spectacular sceneries year round, from the cloudy season during winter to the water season in early summer to the harvest season of September.

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“Ha Giang is the final frontier in northern Vietnam, an amazing landscape of limestone pinnacles and granite outcrops. The far north of the province has some of the most spectacular scenery in the country, and the trip between Yen Minh and Dong Van, and then across the Ma Pi Leng Pass to Meo Vac is quite mind-blowing.”

— Lonely Planet —

Roads of Ha Giang

9-curve pass

9-curve pass

The route from Pho Cao to Sung La with nine continuous curves as it is named. There is a myth that any couple if able to go through the pass will become husband and wife.

Xin Cai curves

Xin Cai curves

Located on the dangerous pass with high rocky mountains on one side and deep gulf on the other side, down to Nho Que River and up to the farthest area of Dong Van plateau.

Tham Ma curves

Tham Ma curves

The pass has continuous curves before heading from Yen Minh to Pho Cao.

Ma Pi Leng pass

Ma Pi Leng pass

The Ma Pi Leng pass is considered the most beautiful road in Vietnam and the King of the country’s mountain passes.

Pai Lung curves

Pai Lung curves

Pai Lung Pass is part of Happiness Road in Pai Lung Commune. The unique pass has continuous curves surrounding by high mountains.

M-pass

M-pass

From Meo Vac to Yen Minh heading to Lung Phin, the distinctive pass will be in front of your eyes. The soft and winding M-shaped pass is surrounded by grey mountains.