The New York Times features Ha Giang in colorful and glowing details: In the Time’s own words, Ha Giang is a “Shangri-la” and “holy grail” far from the country’s deeply trodden tourist track.
Ha Giang in the papers
Ha Giang often makes the news for its beauty and authenticity. See what people are writing about Ha Giang!
Dep Magazine features three beautiful and utterly unique Ha Giang homestays: a homestay of the Tay people in Ha Thanh village; Dao Lodge – an award-winning work of architecture and a bed-and-breakfast inspired by the Dao culture; and Auberge de Meo Vac, a renovated Hmong mansion.
The second Buckwheat Flower Festival kicked off on October 15 in Dong Van district, Ha Giang Province, promising to entertain visitors with a wide range of activities. The two-day festival includes a buckwheat flower arrangement contest, a photo exhibition and a display of the cultural and agricultural products of Ha Giang. Visitors can also learn about making buckwheat cakes and wine as well as sample them.
Silkair’s in-flight magazine, Silkwinds, features Ha Giang as part of its main feature and waxes eloquent about the beauty of its landscape and pays tribute to a province that has some of Vietnam’s most jaw-dropping beauty.