6 things to see and do in Lai Chau

1. O Quy Ho Mountain Pass

O Quy Ho Pass is one of the most dangerous passes on Tay Bac Mountain. It joins two provinces Lai Chau and Lao Cai, where located the mythical Mount of Fansipan.In addition to winding paths, this pass attracts tourists for the big difference in temperature between two sides.

2. Pu Sam Cap

This is a set composed of several caves located on the mountain of Pu Sam Cap. There are three big caves: Thien Mon, Thien Duong and Thuy Tinh.The unspoiled beauty of Pu Sam Cap amazes tourists. It is romantic, fascinating, mysterious and also very grandiose.

3. The Village of Na Luong

Thanks to the uncultivated beauty and the remaining cultural values, the village of Na Luong (Na Tam commune, Tam Duong, Lai Chau) has become a tourist attraction attracting the eyes of adventurers.100% of the inhabitants who are of the Lao ethnic group know how to preserve striking features of the tradition. The stilt houses hidden above the green trees in the fog and the women in colorful clothes impress you right away. It is perfect to participate in the traditional spring water fight.

4. The Village of Vang Pheo

Vang Pheo Village (Muong So Commune, Phong Tho District) is a place which has long been home to the ethnic White Thai.The culture of the Thai White ethnic group in Vang Pheo remains intact despite development. Houses on stilts, White Thai clothes (black dress, long …)  all preserved bath you in the minority culture. Traditional games during the holidays (nem con, gay day …) are worth discovering.

5. The Rice Field of Muong Than

Muong Than is the third of the four largest rice paddies in the mountainous regions of northern Vietnam. The seasons of rice, corn, vegetables give different colors to the landscapes.

Tac Tinh Waterfall is known as mother nature provides fresh and plentiful fresh water for people in Tam Duong district. Every time the rainy season comes, the water from the top of Hoang Lien Son mountain makes the image of Tac Tinh Waterfall be lively with the water flowing down to the lake looked like white silk stretching to the bottom of the waterfall.

6. Pu Ta Leng Peak

Before conquering Mount Fansipan – the roof of Indochina, you have to overcome the peak Pu Ta Leng. In order to reach the peak of Pu Ta Leng, the visitors have to prepare psychological readiness for climbing the stream through the forest thoroughly.A secret to traveling Lai Chau safely is to go on a sunny day if you want to successfully conquer the peak of Pu Ta Leng mountain. If it rains, the road is extremely difficult and also easy to encounter natural disasters such as flash floods.

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