Welcome to Ki Ki’s house – Ha Giang

Ki Ki’s House is a family homestay in Ha Giang City. It features a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and free private parking on site. All rooms are equipped with a fan. Slippers and hairdryers are also available for guests’ comfort. Homestay provides 24-hour reception and a terrace where guests can sit and sip drinks. Motorbike rentals […]

Sa Phin Market

Sa Phin Market is one of the highlights of the backward fairs in rocky land of Ha Giang. The market is located in Sa Phin Commune, Dong Van District, about 40km from Dong Van town, just below the road leading to the mansion of the Vuong. Sa Phin is also referred to as “Heaven Gate” […]

Ma Le market – Dong Van

Not noisy, not too bustling, the fair situated near Lung Cu peak (Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province) attracts others by the simple inherent beauty, by human sincerity and by lyrical landscape of highland Ma Le located near Lung Cu peak , Dong Van district, Ha Giang province. Small village has long been famous for […]

Lung Phin fair

Ha Giang is a land known for unique fairs that embodies the culture of the peoples living here. One of the well-known fairs is Lung Phin fair, a fair to trade goods and the love market for young people. Lung Phin fair is situated on Lung Phin town, Meo Vac district, Ha Giang province, where […]

Pho Cao market – Dong Van

Pho Cao market is a backward market, which opens on the backward days of the week. If this week, it opens on Sunday, next week, it will open on Saturday and in the following weeks, it will open on Friday, Thursday and so on…Situated on the 4C national road, Pho Cao market is not only […]

Ha Giang see and do guide

Travellers to Ha Giang province will need to pass by the town to process a travel permit with the local police. The town itself has nothing of major significance except the museum which is easily visited for 30 minutes or so. Plan to spend most of your time in and around Dong Van and Meo […]

Hmong palace

Large parts of Ha Giang Province were dominated by the Hmong tribe following their arrival from China centuries ago. During the Nguyen Dynasty, the Hmong King’s rule over the area was recognised. Similarly, French colonial rulers acknowledged Hmong control of the region. Like today, the border area with China had strategic significance during the colonial […]

Meo Vac town – Ha Giang

Meo Vac town is a dusty outpost not far from the Chinese border in Ha Giang province. Most travellers pass through here since it’s at one end of the spectacular Dong Van – Meo Vac drive. Try and time your visit to for the Sunday market where minority people from the surrounding mountains descend on […]