The northeast province of Ha Giang is renowned for its wild and magnificent beauty, with rugged rocky mountains ranges and terraced fields. The land is also home to more than 20 ethnic groups.
The Bac Sum Slope with winding mountain roads in Dong Van District.
The Ma Pi Leng Pass, 1,600-1,800m above sea level, is one of the most dangerous passes in the north.
The Mong King’s Vuong Palace is located in Sa Phin Commune, Dong Van District. It spans 1,120m2 with a united structure of three-layers.
A Mong man cultivates on rocks in the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark.
A Mong woman carries soya beans on her back.
Weaving time in Lung Tam Commune, Quan Ba District
Two men in Dong Van District build a Mong house using traditional techniques.
Mong women transport bricks to their hamlet to build new houses in Dong Van District.
Terraced rice fields in Ha Giang
Terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi during the watering season
An ancient town in Dong Van