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M.I.C.E

M.I.C.E TRAVEL IN VIETNAM

hoang su phi
At the end of September and the beginning of October, Hoang Su Phi terraced fields (Ha Giang province) dye over the endless golden yellow that can not be ignored.
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To continue the A to Z Guide to Conquer Fansipan – Rooftop of Indochina (Part 1), this blog will continue to help you prepare indeed essential kits for the trip to the highest peak in Indochina!
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When planning a trip to Fansipan, there are a few things indeed must be brought for the best convinience of the trip. However, this blog will also help you to eliminate unnecessary stuff to advoid overpacking since lugging around too much weight while you’re exploring the mountains is absolutely uncomfortable.
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If you’ve made your way to Sapa, chances are you want to climb Vietnam’s highest peak, Mount Fansipan. To make the very most of this special experience, careful planning is necessary and that starts with the time of year you choose to go on this adventure.
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If you are newcomers intending to travel to Ha Giang, don’t ever worry, this blog will be your guide!
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The white one is usually grown in several areas of Cao Bang. Meanwhile in Ha Giang, people often plant the purple buckwheat flower.
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This will provide all-you-need-to-know about the buckwheat flower season in forested limestone and granite mountainous Ha Giang!
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bamboo sticky rice
Com lam, “bamboo cooked rice” is a Vietnamese rice dish found in the Northwest Mountainous Area. It originated when mountain people prepare for long journeys by pressing wet rice, with added salt, into bamboo tubes. Bamboo Sticky Rice is also served in Central Highlands food stalls with chicken.
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Every Ha Giang tour could not be completed without seeing the endless, magnificent buckwheat flowers fields comes autumn. Buckwheat flowers bloom and attract a lot of people from many other places to visit and explore its primitive beautiful charm.
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