Gateway to Heaven

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.” There you’ll find dazzling scenery with lush green valleys and mountains as far as the eye can see. Crossing the Gate will bring you to Quan Ba, the first town on your journey to the plateau.

Where to go

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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The Fairy Bosoms

The Fairy Bosoms

Under Heaven’s Gate lies a curious scene: Nature endowed Quan Ba with this perfect pair of “twin mountains” that provokes the imagination of anyone who sets eyes on it.

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Thach Son Than

Thach Son Than

Venerated by the locals, the “Rocky Mountain Gods” are a series of 7 limestone rocks shaped as if nature had carved statues out of stone and put them there herself. Mysteriously, the rock pillars stand alone in the midst of a flat valley, while elsewhere they would belong to massive “stone forests”

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Things to do

Try the Dao people’s herbal bath recipe

Try the Dao people’s herbal bath recipe

Immerse yourself in a hot bath of fragrant water made from herbs from the mountains of Ha Giang. Prepared according to the traditional recipes perfected by generations of the Dao people, this hot bath rejuvenates your body and mind.

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Try the unique linen products of the Hmong people

Try the unique linen products of the Hmong people

Handmade from 100% natural materials by a cooperative of Hmong women, the products of Lung Tam village are renowned for their beauty and sophistication. Drop by and find yourself a gift you cannot forget!

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Where to stay and eat

Comfort and affordability

Comfort and affordability

From award-winning works of architecture to affordable hostels, Quan Ba offers plenty of options for travelers

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Authentic experience with the Dao people

Authentic experience with the Dao people

Live the tradition: Stay in a stilted wooden house. Sit by the fireside and try a piece of smoked buffalo. Enjoy the food and try a shot of local spirits with the hosts.

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You may also find

See what you may also encounter along the way!