Overview

Northern Vietnam Adventure Holidays

This is Vietnam's big-sky country; a place of rippling mountains, cascading rice terraces and the winnowed-out karst topography for which the region is famed.

Halong Bay's seascape of limestone towers is the view everyone's here to see, but the karst connection continues inland, to Ba Be's sprawling lakes and the knobbly topped peaks of Ha Giang, until it segues into the evergreen hills of the northwest highlands.

Not to be outdone by the scenery, northern Vietnam's cultural kaleidoscope is just as diverse. In this heartland of hill-tribe culture, villages snuggle between paddy-field patchworks outside of Sapa and the scarlet headdresses of the Dzao and the Black Hmong's indigo fabrics add dizzying colour to chaotic highland markets.

The twisting ribbon-roads winding north from Hanoi reveal a rural world far removed from Vietnam's horns-a-honking big-city streets. If you're up for some road-tripping, this is the place to do it.

Places to go

Hotel in Northern Vietnam

General Information

Sapa Town and Tribal Groups

Sapa is a small mountain town in Lao Cai Province, which is located about 350 km Northwest of Hanoi, close to the Chinese border. It is famous with the Hoang Lien Son range of mountains, includes...
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Halong Bay

Halong Bay is a beautiful natural wonder in North of Vietnam. The Bay is famous with 1,600 limestone islands and islets and covers an area of around 1,553 sqkm. The limestone in the bay has gone...
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Travel Tips

Advise when conquer Fansipan peak

Equipped with state-of-the-art technologies, SunWorld Fansipan Legend cable cars shorten your travel time from two days to just 15 minutes, thus realizing the elusive ideal of admiring the...
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Top Attractions

Top sights in Ha Giang

1. Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark Located in the North of Ha Giang province, Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark covers an area of over 2,350km square and spreads over 4 districts including Quan...
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Essential things to do in Mai Chau

Sightseeings Thung Khe Pass Mo Luong Cave Lac and Pom Coong Village Activities Wake up early in nature Learn about ethnic textiles Pedal though the valley Taste farm-fresh dishes...
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What to eat

Local food in Ha Giang

1. Tam Giac Mach Cake - The cake is made from Tam Giac Mach grains dried and ground into flour. The cake is shaped in rounds and grilled on the light fire.
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Special things you should try in Mai Chau

1. Steamed sticky rice in bamboo tubes - Mai Chau is the hometown of various types of fragment rice, it has also the place of “Com lam” or so called the steamed sticky rice in bamboo...
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