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  •   10/06/2015
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Moc Chau Plateau, in the province of Son La has an average altitude of 1050m, fresh temperate climate. It has a lot of natural beauty and cultural identity of ethnic uniqueness, is considered a large plateau and most poetic mountains Northern and is seen as the second Da Lat.

Homestay Hoa village

  •   20/05/2015
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Homestay Hoa village is located in the center of Hoa village, Tan Lap Commune, Moc Chau District. Here, visitors not have only one quiet space to relax but also have the opportunity to explore the lives of Thai people and soak up extremely interesting agricultural life.
Plum harvest in Moc Chau

Plum harvest in Moc Chau

  •   20/04/2015
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For the Mong people in Moc Chau District, the plum tree is a gift endowed by nature because the variety grows so well in the highland soil and requires little maintenance. Furthermore, it produces a particularly high-value yield.
Suoi Bang rock snails - a delicacies not two

Suoi Bang rock snails - a delicacies not two

  •   21/08/2014
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Snail rocks in Suoi Bang, Van Ho District just appear from April to the end of August, which is the rainy season, when the weather is wet. Shape and very special place to live for its own good, it has a real but in rivers, streams, ponds and lakes can not be.
Enjoying Fried Veal in Moc Chau

Enjoying Fried Veal in Moc Chau

  •   23/05/2014
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Moc Chau Plateau in Son La Province is well known nationwide for green meadow, fresh air and the largest herd of dairy cows in Vietnam. Here, only female calves are fed for dairy purposes while the male calves are used to prepare a delicious and nutritious dish - fried veal.
Pao does not age

Pao does not age

  •   15/08/2013
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Mong people in the Northwest there are many excellent folk games, but is still the most popular game throws Pao. For Mong people, Pao do not seem to have aged, it's sticking to the Mong children for life and become a restless faith in love.
Making “homestay” difficult or easy?

Making “homestay” difficult or easy?

  •   04/11/2012
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Service “homestay” flourishes in the kye tourist destinations across the country. But according to experts, the majority of services currently only be called “housestay”.
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