(TITC) - Snow Festival is a unique event in Vietnam that only Sa Pa has. This is an annual festival, which has been organized by Lao Cai Provincial Tourism Information and Promotion Center since 2015 at Sa Pa Town, Lao Cai Province (North-west Vietnam).
Several provinces and cities where the COVID-19 pandemic is basically under control have allowed the reopening of local tourist sites and some services to welcome visitors but also requested that these places strictly comply with anti-pandemic rules.
Hầu Thào Commune in Sa Pa District hides inside blankets of soft, white clouds, among pristine forest and mountains with lush green terraced rice fields.
The trend of making Youtube videos has become popular among many young people, even those in the more remote parts of Việt Nam.
More than one million tourists have visited Lào Cai Province this year, an increase of 21 per cent compared to the same period in 2020.
Ta Van Village in Sapa Town, Lao Cai Province, is typical of the northern mountainous region characterized by terraced rice fields. Just take a stroll around the village and enjoy local specialties to feel this northern wonder.
O Quy Ho Pass is an important traffic route connecting the two northern mountainous provinces of Lai Chau and Lao Cai; moreover, it is also a tourist attraction thanks to the majestic and green beauty of northwest nature.
Lao Cai, a mountainous region in northern Vietnam, has been recognized as one of Southeast Asia's five must-see natural wonders by US business magazine Forbes.
Unique traditional patterns on the brocade costume of women from the Flower Mong people which is one of the branches of the Mong ethnic minority group have been recognized as national intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism.
An annual horse racing festival which takes place in Bac Ha district of the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai has officially been honoured as part of 10 newly-recognised national intangible cultural heritages.