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News and Events

News and Events

Some parts of Southeast Asia get pretty chilly that is not like in European countries. Here are some of the chilliest destinations that you’ll want to visit.

Two Vietnamese towns, Da Lat in Lam Dong province and Sapa in Lao Cai province, have entered the new list of the top 10 rising destinations in Asia in 2017 by popular travel booking site Trip Advisor.

Tourists to Sapa are most attracted by its unique customs, including the custom of marriage. Tourists to Cat Cat are most attracted by its unique customs, including the custom of “pulling wife” of H’mong people.
Sapa by Night

Sapa is a beautiful, mountainous town in northern Vietnam along the border with China. It has long been a famous destination to tourists from...

Sapa is one of the most popular destination in the north of Vietnam. The town is nearly 400 km north-west of Hanoi.

Located at an altitude of over 1,500 m above sea level, in the northwest of Vietnam, Sapa is a mountainous district of Lao Cai province, a land hiding a lot of miracles. Coming to Sapa, you are attracted not only by the wonderful beauty of the forests and terraced fields, but also by this biggest heaven of shopping of the northwest of Vietnam. The following are some useful tips for you to go shopping in Sapa

In Sapa, the Hmong Leng (Black Hmong) are the most numerous, some Hmong Sheu and Hmong Pe women – with their colorful skirts and double-breasted tops– come from the Muong Khuong district. You can easily recognize each group by their costumes (color, pattern and design)

Various new activities are being organised within the framework of 2013 Sapa in the Cloud Festival held from April 26 to May 5 at the popular mountainous resort town of Sa Pa in the northern province of Lao Cai.

A horseman, deeply attached to the northern mountainous Lao Cai province’s Bac Ha Plateau, has expressed his love for the area as he carries tourists in a horse-drawn carriage.

In the early morning, streets in Sapa downtown are filled with hundreds of Hmong and Red Dao people in colorful ethnic attire heading to Sapa market.
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