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Sin Ho market
Sin Ho market

it would be a pity if you come to North West but not stop off at the Sin Ho market because this is not only the most colorful market on traditional clothes of North West inhabitants but also the wildest ones

Information of Lai Chau
Information of Lai Chau

The remote small town of Lai Chau (Laichau) , reached after a high mountain pass and a spectacular descent...

Travel Tips of Lai Chau
Travel Tips of Lai Chau

 The route Dien Bien Phu Lai Chau (around 4 hours) and Sapa Lai Chau (from 6 to 8 hours) is good with breathtaking scenery.

When to go Lai Chau?
When to go Lai Chau?

 Lai Chau is in the tropical monsoon zone and is divided into two seasons: rain season and dry season. 

What to do in Lai Chau?
What to do in Lai Chau?

 Some attractions in Lai Chau include Sin Ho Village with colourful sunday market Tam Duong Townlet with Montagnards and other tourist sites such as Tien Son Cave and Muong Lai Spring. 

Transportation of Lai Chau
Transportation of Lai Chau

 The transportation is mainly by road. National Highway No.12 connects Dien Bien Phu City

Tourism of Lai Chau
Tourism of Lai Chau

Tourists are interesting in custom of ethnic groups in Sin Ho Village or Tam Duong Townlet. They also fond of other sites such as  Tien Son Cave, Muong Lai Spring…

Geography of Lai Chau
Geography of Lai Chau

Lai Chau is situated on high mountainous region in the North West of Vietnam, northern of Da River..

General Introduction
General Introduction

Area: 9,059.4 sq. km. Population: 314,200 habitants (2005) Capital: Lai Chau Town. Districts: Phong Tho, Tam Duong, Muong Te, Sin Ho, Than Uyen. Ethnic groups: Thai, H'Mong, Viet (Kinh), Giay, Dao.

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