Did you know that in Ha Giang there is a village located in the center of Sung La valley, where there are characteristic cultural features of the Hmong ethnic group? That is Lung Cam Cultural Village, where there are terraced fields dyed bright yellow, a beautiful symbol of Ha Giang tourism. But Lung Cam Cultural Village not only has long stretches of terraced fields, but the natural landscape here is also very diverse, creating a colorful picture. In addition, Lung Cam Cultural Village is also home to 3 different ethnic groups, namely the Lo Lo, Hmong, and Han ethnic groups, each ethnic group has its own lifestyle and festival customs, associated with legends passed down from generation to generation.
To get to Lung Cam Cultural Village, you have to travel 80 km from the center of Ha Giang city. You can take a bus, use personal vehicles or rent a motorbike from Ha Giang city. The road is quite steep and dangerous, but also very beautiful and poetic, you will be able to admire the rice fields, the stilt houses, the streams, the buckwheat flower hills…
When coming to Lung Cam Cultural Village, you cannot miss famous landmarks such as: Pao’s house – the main setting in the famous movie “Pao’s Story”; Trinh Tuong houses – ancient houses that are almost completely preserved; Quang Ba Sky Gate – where there are majestic and poetic landscapes; Ban Phung terraced fields – where there are the most beautiful terraced fields in Ha Giang; Buckwheat flowers – where there are characteristic flowers of the highlands; and many other places.
When coming to Lung Cam Cultural Village, you should also enjoy delicious dishes and specialties of this place, such as: Thang co – a traditional dish of the Hmong people; Smoked buffalo meat – a special dish of the Tay people; La Chi rat meat – a unique dish of the La Chi people; Au Tau porridge – a nutritious dish of the Dao people; Nang Đon sticky rice wine – a famous wine of the Nung people; Fin Ho snow shan tea – a rare tea of the Dao people; Red plums of Hoang Su Phi – a delicious and cool fruit of the Tay people… and many other dishes.
Lung Cam Cultural Village is an attractive destination for tourists who love to explore adventures. This place not only brings you interesting experiences about nature, culture, but also helps you learn more about the history, geology, and biology of this land.