5 tourist destinations in Lai Chau that should not be missed out
1. Si Thau Chai village
Si Thau Chai is a small village in Tam Duong town, Lai Chau province. It is located at an altitude of 1,400m above the sea level. Coming to this climate-favored land, you can wear traditional ethnic costumes to participate in festivals, immerse yourself in the sizzling dances or simply sit warm next to the fire.
In particular, this is also the place for devotees who love adventure games with paragliding which is definitely a great experience of flying in space. In addition, when you come here, you can also visit Tac Tinh waterfall – a majestic waterfall with water flowing down from above. Furthermore, it is indispensable to enjoy the famous Lai Chau specialties such as: Grilled fish,etc.
2. Sin Ho Plateau
Sin Ho Plateau with floating white clouds embracing the hills and mountains makes many people think of being lost in the foreground. Not only marked with the cloudy sky, but the scenery on the ground here also makes many people flutter. During the harvest season, all the terraced fields stretching all the way simultaneously change the “new shirt”, creating a giant picture that is pleasing to your eyes.
In addition, when traveling to Sin Ho, you will also learn more about the traditional culture of the people living here such as upland markets or participating in festivals, singing, dancing and enjoying food.
3. Muong Than field
Muong Than field is considered as one of the four most beautiful fields in the Northwest. Especially in the season of ripe rice, appearing in front of all visitors is a complete, brilliant picture with blue sky, white clouds and golden rice fields. When the water falls, you will see a completely different beauty. The water surface, the rays of sunlight falling down make this place even more shimmering.
On the road leading to the field, there is a glimpse of simple stilt houses of Thai ethnic group and the girls who are diligently weaving, harvesting and cultivating.
4. Bach Moc Luong Tu Mountain
Bach Moc Luong Tu, also known as Ky Quan San, is the 4th highest mountain in Vietnam. With a height of up to 3,046m and a rather dangerous terrain, this is a place that attracts many followers who regularly travel to explore. The arduous journey of conquering with the feeling of satisfaction when reaching the top, watching the sunrise high up, at the foot of the sea of white clouds is all that trekker is looking for.
5. Pu Ta Leng Mountain
Pu Ta Leng mountain is the 3rd highest mountain in Vietnam which is located in the northwest of Fansipan peak. With an altitude of 3049m above sea level and a love for nature, this mountain always knows how to attract travelers with its rich vegetation and wonderful scenery. The most favorable time to trekking Putaleng is from November-December or March-May every year.
With 5 tourist destinations in Lai Chau mentioned above, Focus Asia Travel hopes that you will have a fun, safe and meaningful trip with your family or friends!