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Y Linh Ho Village – Sapa – Vietnam

Y Linh Ho is a small commune composed of a dozen of small hamlets scattering on the very tough mountain terrain with high and steep mountains. There are some hundred inhabitants from the Black H’mong only living in this commune. Location : Y Linh Ho village Locates about 7 km southwest of Sapa town, on […]


Fansipan Vietnam Travel guide – Sapa tours

Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. It was once only visited by adventure seekers fit enough to make the strenuous hike, but now this mountain offers a few different experiences for all types of travelers. Regardless of the new tram that brings […]


Cat Cat village Sapa – Cat Cat village tours

Sapa has always been famous for its amazing nature view from the beautiful valley to the highest peak. Amongst them all, Cat Cat Village is a great destination for travelers who are looking for a real get-away journey and interested in ethnic culture. Located about 3km away from Sapa town, Cat Cat Village nestled in […]


Mu Cang Chai Travel guide – Vietnam

Mu Cang Chai is recognized as one of the most unique scenes in Vietnam. It also is listed in Vietnam’s national landscape monument. Well known with the ripe rice terrace field, this destination is a favorite place for not only Vietnamese but also for visitors all over the world. Location Mu Cang Chai is one […]


Lao Chai Ta Van Sapa- Vietnam

Lao Chai – Ta Van is about 7km from Sapa town. It is known as a shelter for a large number of ethnic people: Mong, Dzao, Dzay … If Sapa town is bustling, then Lao Chai Ta Van is peaceful. The first impression that makes you surprised is the vast terraced fields that spread across […]


Bac Ha travel guide -Bac Ha Lao Cai –

Bac Ha is a town in a high valley that is far about 45 km northwest of Highway 7 from the Sapa. Bac Ha is well known for the Bac Ha market which always is held on Sunday. In this time,  groups of Tay, Dao, Nung, Giay, and Hoa-Hmong together and make a big trade. […]