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Lũng Cú Home with a View

Private room in chalet hosted by Dat
2 guests3 bedrooms3 beds2 shared baths
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Lost in the fairy-tale world of Lo Lo Chai Ha Giang village,where the ethnic minorities live in a subsistence manner with farming,only 1 km from Lung Cu flagpole.This Village is the only place that still preserves the living and material life of the Lo Lo people in the Rock Plateau;From the architecture of the house,the wall is covered with tiled roof; traditional boats such as embroidery, carpentry, etc., to traditional festivals such as the worship of the forest god..,especially folk dances...

The space
You can see the top of the dragon mountain with the Lung Cu flagpole through your bedroom window. See the 54m2 flag, representing the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam. Symbol for independence and freedom of Vietnamese people.

Guest access
We have a large yard where guests can organize a barbecue, along with a set of karaoke.
Lost in the fairy-tale world of Lo Lo Chai Ha Giang village,where the ethnic minorities live in a subsistence manner with farming,only 1 km from Lung Cu flagpole.This Village is the only place that still preserves the living and material life of the Lo Lo people in the Rock Plateau;From the architecture of the house,the wall is covered with tiled roof; traditional boats such as embroidery, carpentry, etc., to traditi…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Fire extinguisher
Hair dryer
Washing machine
Lock on bedroom door
Free parking on premises
Breakfast
Kitchen
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Location

Lũng Cú, Hà Giang, Vietnam

This is the northernmost point of Vietnam, where the dragon mountain is located, and the Lung Cu flagpole, symbolizing Vietnam's independence and freedom from the North. The flagpole has a history dating back to the Ly dynasty in the 10th century, underwent many historical fluctuations, the flagpole was restored and built to the present image.
Owning rugged terrain, difficult roads, and more extreme climate, Lo Lo Chai village seems to be a forgotten paradise, and isolated; The ethnic minorities here live a subsistence manner with farming. Strolling into this fairy village, visitors can admire a beautiful scenery of the deep green among the sharp cat ears.
The highlight of tourism in Lo Lo Chai village is to discover typical cultural colors. With the characteristic that 90% of the population is Lo Lo people, it still preserves the cultural characteristics of this group. Among the 54 ethnic groups, the number of Lo Lo people is still not too large, but they are still proud of their outstanding culture and distinctive mark. Lo Lo Chai Village is the only place that still preserves the living and material life of the Lo Lo people in the Rock Plateau; From the architecture of the house, the wall is covered with tiled roof; traditional boats such as embroidery, carpentry, etc., to traditional festivals such as the worship of the forest god, the celebration of new rice, the celebration of a new house and especially folk dances.
This is the northernmost point of Vietnam, where the dragon mountain is located, and the Lung Cu flagpole, symbolizing Vietnam's independence and freedom from the North. The flagpole has a history dating back t…

Hosted by Dat

Joined in July 2019
  • 22 Reviews
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I really like traveling. And I went to many places. Hà Giang is the place I have lived for the longest, about 12 years. Do you know why ? Because Ha Giang is very suitable for me. If you are looking for a great experience, in contrast to nature, look no further, this place is exactly what you are looking for. My place is about 16km from the center of Ha Giang city, very near the center of Vi Xuyen district, and close to Highway 2 (about 200m). This place is located at the foot of the Tay Con Linh mountain range. In this region, there are many villages of the Dao, Tay, H'mong ethnic groups ..., with terraced fields, beautiful waterfalls and hundreds of years old old tea forests. When you come here you will be surprised because the traditional indigenous culture has not faded. This is a land where not many tourists come. In my place, me and a few friends (who work with me), we make houses made of bamboo, wood and soil according to local traditions. It blends with nature, hiding under the trees and next to a lake. This lake has two small streams flowing in and there are many fish. In the evenings, we often sit and enjoy tea by the lake, hear the cries of insects and animals, the space is very quiet. Every morning, when we wake up, we see the mountains with a green color, the air is really fresh and pleasant. And now we are ready to share this place with everyone. We truly hope you will make amazing memories in our place and this amazing province like we did and can’t wait to hear your stories! We hope to see you soon!
I really like traveling. And I went to many places. Hà Giang is the place I have lived for the longest, about 12 years. Do you know why ? Because Ha Giang is very suitable for me.…
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House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 pm
Checkout: 12:00 pm
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed
Safety & Property
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