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Ha Giang organises sporting, cultural activities to stimulate tourism

The northern mountain province of Ha Giang plans to organise a number of sporting, cultural and tourism activities throughout this year to promote its stunning landscapes, rich ethnic culture and tourism.

Located in Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province, Lung Tam is a small valley surrounded by rocky mountains, with the Mien river flowing through. This is a land where the H'mong people have lived for generations and established their fame with the craft of line weaving, indigo dye, and beeswax drawing, creating many unique brocade products.
Quang Ninh and Ha Giang hosted promotional events in Ho Chi Minh City on July 17 to boost the number of tourist visits to the two northern provinces.
In response to the programme “Vietnamese people travel Vietnam” initiated by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has recently announced a programme to stimulate domestic tourism.
For the locals in the northern mountainous of Cao Bang and Ha Giang, the buckwheat seeds also serve as an additional food supplement between two seasons and its weeds and leaves could be used as medicine.
Ha Giang organised a ceremony in Dong Van Town, Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province, on November 16, to open the fifth Tam giac mach (Buckwheat) Flower Festival 2019.
Vuong Chinh Duc is honored as the king of the Mong or Meo ethnic minority group in Ha Giang province. His house is the largest structure in the locality and boasts a special architectural style. The Mong King’s Palace was recognized as a national relic in 1993.
A displaying space featuring signature cultural and tourist products and specialties of the northern province of Ha Giang opened at Ly Thai To flower garden in Hanoi on October 11.
When visiting Ta Su Choong commune in the northern province of Ha Giang in summer, tourists can enjoy the pristine natural landscape when local farmers let water flow over their terraced rice fields and lose themselves in the traditional culture of local ethnic minority groups.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has assigned the People’s Committee of northernmost Ha Giang province to make a general plan for developing four urban areas into tourism centres of the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark.
A conference spotlighting Ha Giang’s tourism potential took place in the central province of Khanh Hoa, on March 18, gathering over 100 representatives from tourism management bodies, associations, and travel agencies across the central region. 

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