Terraced fields, ladders to heaven appealing to tourists

The magnificent terraced rice fields, also called ladders to the heaven, with ripening paddy grains of ethnic minority people in Yen Bai province’s Mu Cang Chai district or Ha Giang province’s Hoang Su Phi district have attracted a large number of tourists, tour operators said.

Lao Cai tourism rises from promoting combined strengths

Enjoying natural preferences with abundant scenic spots, the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has reaped a number of successes in tourism thanks to promoting its inner forces and making full use of foreign cooperation.
Bright prospects for Lao Cai tourism Travel

Bright prospects for Lao Cai tourism

Typical tourism products of the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai have drawn increasing attention from foreign travel publications, a senior official of the provincial tourism sector has said.

Tours to terraced field areas to be promoted

The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism will team up with domestic travel agencies in a joint fact-finding tour of terraced field areas in the northern mountainous provinces of Yen Bai and Lao Cai in September to consider opening more tours to the region.

Rice farmers enjoy benefits government

From July 1 this year, the Government will provide subsidies to rice farmers if their crops are damaged due to natural disasters, in addition to their regular annual subsidies.

Tourists flock to Sa Pa villages

Visitors to Sa Pa are enjoying adventure tours in the villages of Ta Giang Phinh in Sa Pa township and Nam Tam in neighbouring Lai Chau Province , where the local people fiercely cling to their traditions.

‘Yellow autumn' draws visitors to Mu Cang Chai

In autumn, the fields of Mu Cang Chai turn varying shades of brilliant yellow and are filled with life as ethnic Mong farmers, wearing traditional attire, harvest the abundance of ripe rice and shoulder bags of the grain home over mountains and hills and across swinging suspension bridges.