Quan Ba, a heaven of clouds and mountains
Quan Ba, a scenic district in northern Ha Giang province is a gateway to the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark. High rocks, small, deep valleys, winding roads, and unique local culture make Quan Ba a tourist attraction.  
Ha Giang province promotes Mong ethnic cultural identity preservation
Over the past years, the northeastern mountainous province of Ha Giang has proposed solutions to preserve and promote specific traditional cultural values of the Mong ethnic minority group, contributing to…
Homestay service offers sustainable tourism
Eleven ethnic-minority households in the Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province are operating an experimental home-stay service as part of a project to improve the livelihoods of ethnic…
Vuong Family’s Residence - a unique architecture work in Dong Van Karst Plateau
(TITC) - Located in the middle of Sa Phin Valley in Sa Phin Commune, Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, Vuong Family’s Residence is an ancient villa of Vuong Chinh Duc who used to be regarded as a king governing Dong Van Plateau region in the late of 19th and early of 20th centuries.
Buckwheat flower festival 2017 in Ha Giang province
The Buckwheat flower festival 2017 will take place in four districts, including Dong Van, Quan Ba, Yen Minh and Meo Vac, and Ha Giang city, in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang, from October 4th to December 31st.
Dong Van – An attractive destination in Ha Giang Province
(TITC) - Dong Van is a highland border district of Ha Giang Province, about 150km north of Ha Giang City. Dong Van District attracts visitors thanks to fresh air and many unique tourist attractions.
Linen weaving by the Hmong in Dong Van
Hmong ethnic people living in Dong Van Karst Plateau (Ha Giang Province) are very proud of their traditional craft of linen weaving. By making colourful cloth, Hmong women have added vitality to this sterile area of rocky mountains.
Mong ethnic cultural festival kicks off
The 3rd Mong Ethnic Cultural Festival 2017 officially kicked off at the Central Stadium of Meo Vac District, Ha Giang Province on February 4.
Lung Cu Flag Tower   (Dec 16, 2016)
Lung Cu Flag Tower
(TITC) - Located in Lung Cu Commune – the north pole of Viet Nam, belonging to Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, about 160km to the north-east of Ha Giang City, Lung Cu Flag Tower is built in the peak of Rong (Dragon) Mountain at an altitude of nearly 1,700m. This is the landmark with important historical significance, marking Viet Nam’s territorial sovereignty.
Ha Giang hosts second National Mong Festival
The second National Mong Festival will be held in Dong Van District in the mountainous northern Ha Giang Province.
Unique architecture of Dong Van
The charm of Ha Giang is not limited to its beautiful fields of buckwheat flowers, its breathtaking roads, and authentic ethnic markets. Ha Giang province is also home to amazing architectural treasures. 
Dong Van stone plateau turned into national, int’l destination
Building and developing Dong Van stone plateau into a national and international tourism destination lied at the heart of a workshop held in northern Ha Giang province on November 2.
Lung Cu flag tower   (Nov 02, 2015)
Lung Cu flag tower
Visiting the northwest without climbing Lung Cu peak? No one would believe it. At the top of 1,700 meters-high Lung Cu peak is tower flying the Vietnamese national flag. Go up there without delay! 
Rain praying ritual of the Lo Lo in Ha Giang
The Lo Lo celebrate many rituals each year - the spring ritual, the corn picking ritual, and the rain praying ritual. The Lo Lo in Meo Vac district, Ha Giang province, have held a rain praying festival for generations. 
A breathtaking journey to Dong Van Plateau
Dong Van Karst Plateau in Ha Giang province was recognized in 2010 by UNESCO as a world geological park. The plateau is a true masterpiece of nature where man is small against the vastness of the sky, mountains and clouds.