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Posted on 31/08/2018 Tags: local people Ha Giang and Beyond TrulyHaGiang

The aroma of cardamom, tamarind and lemongrass, mixed with the fatty taste of meat can warm up the fosty weather. H'Mong men go to Dong Van market are hoping to eat a bowl of Thang Co, drink a few glasses of wine with friends. People believe the more friends he has, the more wine he would be invited. Therefore, anyone who is drunk on the way home is considered to be a blessed one because he has many friends.

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Posted on 30/08/2018 Tags: local people Ha Giang and Beyond TrulyHaGiang

People who live in Northern mountainous area have an extremely diverse and unique cuisine. One of those that must-not-skip is Five-color sticky rice.

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Posted on 05/09/2018 Tags: local people Ha Giang and Beyond TrulyHaGiang

For many, Bucwheat is simply a kind of flower that attracts tourists every blooming season in the winter. But it is evenmore than that!

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Posted on 08/09/2018 Tags: Trekking and Adventure TrulyHaGiang Sapa

This Autumn, imagine standing on the top of the mountain, beneath the feet floating clouds, in front of our eyes spreading milky clouds, in our ambience propagating foggy mist, is that the true heaven?

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Posted on 27/08/2018 Tags: Hmong Dzao Trekking and Adventure TrulyHaGiang

Hà Giang has many cultural festivals due to the presence of more than 20 ethnic minority groups. Many of these groups are noted for their artistic abilities, especially their weaving and hand-made textile products. The Spring Festival is celebrated by the H'Mông and Dao people, usually shortly after the Lunar New Year and lasts between three and seven days. The people celebrate with singing and feasting and drinking alcohol.

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