Specialties of mountainous and forest region

Ha Giang is a well-known tourist attraction with beautiful scenery and a rich culture. The destination is also a special land with a variety of unique specialties.

King Orange

King Orange

This orange has a rich and fresh savory pulp with a lot of the vitamins necessary to the human body. It usually blooms in Jan and Feb of the lunar calendar and is harvested in Nov and Dec of the lunar calendar on the Tet holiday.

Cardamon

Cardamon

As an important tree in the local economy, Cardamom can only adapt to forests with high humidity and low temperatures. In particular, it does not require much light.

Mint Blossom Honey

Mint Blossom Honey

In many parts of Ha Giang, bees feed exclusively on mint, and their honey is one of Ha Giang’s unique products. Ha Giang’s mint honey is a rare treat, with distinctive flavor and pleasant aroma.

Shan Tuyet Tea

Shan Tuyet Tea

Renowned in this region, Ha Giang’s Shan Tuyet (snow) Tea is famous for its large leaves, covered with a milky layer of “snow” and its bittersweet taste followed by a persistent sweetness in the throat.

Seedless Persimmon

Seedless Persimmon

At the height of 1,000m above sea level, the climate and weather in Quan Ba is mostly cool around the year, suitable for the growth of plants in temperate zones, including the local seedless persimmon.

Underground Corn Wine

Underground Corn Wine

Underground corn wine is extracted from corns grown on the Karst Plateau and fermented by leaves using the traditional methods of the Mong ethnic group to become an essence glue distilled from a rare fresh water source in the Northernmost part of the country. The ingredients are placed in big jars underground.

Products from Buckwheat Flower

Products from Buckwheat Flower

Buckwheat cookies are packaged carefully and are eye-catching and of the highest quality and hygiene standards. Buckwheat wine is also a unique local specialty and appeals greatly to all tourists.