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Nestled in the midst of sloping mountains and plateaus, Lai Chau is a quaint town with monumental government buildings. This town offers you an opportunity to immerse yourself in the mystic scenery of the Vietnamese countryside. In addition to that, you can learn about the locals, go trekking, backpacking or just kick back and relax with a book and some local coffee.
Lai Chau is a relatively less developed town. This remoteness gives rise to a town, steeped in mystery and unexplored natural wonders. Lai Chau is also home to a variety of ethnic minorities living together in harmony. A visit to Lai Chau is ideal for those who are curious about the culture of different groups and wish to learn about them. It is also an ideal location for nature enthusiasts, trekkers, mountaineers, cavers and those who want to relax amidst the mountains and sip on some local beverage. Lai Chau offers you a cultural paradise, the Sin Ho settlement, which is one of the highest settlements in Vietnam. You can live amongst the Sin Ho people and learn about their way of life. Apart from that, you can also go trekking in the wilds of the Hoang Lien National park, summit the largest mountain in Indochina - Fansipan, go cave exploring in Tien Son Caves or marvel at the intricate structures created by the elements at Dong Thieu Duong Caves. You can pick up some local souvenirs at the Tam Duong Market and if you manage to coincide your visit with one of the festivals, you can immerse yourself in the festivities and celebrate Vietnam style!
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Scenic Beauty, Cultural Exposure
Frequent Power Cuts, Remote Area
Lai Chau is a relatively remote area. The only was of reaching Lai Chau is by road - may it be by bus, car or Xe Om. Lai Chau does not have a railway station or an airport (Read More)