The Hmong Daw (called "White Miao" by the Chinese) take their name from the traditional color of their women's skirts. However, in many locations in China the Hmong Daw have adopted the dialect and clothing styles of other Hmong groups, most notably the Light Hmong [Hmong Leng] but in more remote areas ... the dialect is still very strong and 'pure. Free Dinner and Breakfast
“We stayed for 4 nights and had an amazing time at Mua's place! There were 8-10 dishes served for dinner every night, including traditional Vietnamese fried vermicelli roll, pork rolls wrapped in Perilla leaf, with all the Happy Water you can drink! If there are sufficient people saying there for that night, Mua and her family will showcase their traditional bamboo stick dance, dress you up in H'mong ethnic costumes and sing karaoke. Feel free to grab the mike, be the emcee and sing along to your favourite songs. Nic the black dog is just adorable, he'll send you off and greet you as you approach the home. There is a path that leads you to different houses of the locals, and another one that leads to the edge of Dong Van town. We wanted to travel to Lung Cu, Ma pi leng and the French Fortress and Mua helped to arrange transport (1.5 million dong for a day for a driver and SUV) . She also had a cousin, So, who could speak Mandarin and we learnt much from him about their way of life. You could also hire him as your guide. When we were leaving for Ha Giang, they coordinated with the bus driver to stop at the main road so we do not have to walk all the way to the bus station in town. They also helped to carry our bagpacks by motorbike and waited with us till the bus arrived. We were the only group to stay for 4 nights. Many just stayed for 1 night as a stopover. Do stay longer if you have the time! Do note that Mua also does tours and might not be around at home all the time.”
We are Sister's Homestay & Bar, We are located in the Northern tip of Vietnam in a small village called Lo Lo Chai, very close to the tourist attraction- Lung Cu Flag Tower. Free WiFi is available. Breakfast included (7-10am), home-cooked dinner included. There is fully equipped shared bathrooms with bath or shower. Guests can enjoy scenic sunset view in the garden. Dormitories also available on premise. Please contact host at +841674535268 to check for availability.
“The place is a lot better than the pictures show. We checked out 3 places in Lung Cu and this is the best one. The host speaks good English, is very nice and cares about his guests. There is a nice common area with pool table. Recommend staying here.”
The house is located in the middle of Vietnam's most remote village, bordering on China. We repaired the traditional houses with clean toilet rooms, hot water baths. Make additional seating for Cafe, bar and balconies watching hilly landscape. We also talked to the villagers and together with them designed walking tours to visit the village, went to explore the Nho Que river, went to see the sunset and the sunrise. Looking forward to seeing you here.
“Amazing room and the host! You probably can't ask for more of such a lovely room they have around this mountainous area. The room is clean and comfortable, plus very well-decorated. The host is a family who lives nearby and are extremely hospitable, they offered really delicious meals even when we arrived late in the evening. Highly recommended if you are planning to spend your night in Lung Cu!”