• You are here:
  • Home »
  • Culture & Haritage

Culture & Haritage

Gau Tao Festival In Sansaho Commune

Sansaho is a commune of Sapa town, Lao Cai Province. Most of the people who live here is belong to the Mong ethnic group. If you travel to Sapa in this spring, you can not missing Gau Tao Festival at Sansaho commune – one of the biggest festival of Mong ethnic group. Gau Tao festival […]

Continue reading

Pipe Singing – A Cultural Beauty Of The Ethnic People In Sapa

Sapa is located in the Northwest of Vietnam, beyond the clouds in a mountain town in Lao Cai Province which also includes Fansipan. The highest mountain in Vietnam with a heigh of 3,142m above sea level. Sapa also known is the place where a lot of ethnic people live together . Let’s TIPC tell you […]

Continue reading

The Unique New Year Custom Of The Mong People In Lao Cai

The custom of welcoming the New Year of the Mong people also has many unique features, including the custom on the first day of the New Year, when the first rooster crows, it is also the time when the men get up first in the house to do the important things in the family. According […]

Continue reading

Gau tao festival of Mong ethnic minority

Every year, when  come spring and Tet  holiday, if you go on excursion tour to highlands and Northern mountainous provinces, you will  be  glad to see blooming peach trees and plum and to discover the mysteries in the Mong minority’s customs and habits, to welcome New Year that is usually  celebrated in early January in […]

Continue reading

Love Market – An Unique Tourism Product In Lao Cai Province.

“Sapa Love Market” was organised by Lao Cai Tourist Information and Promotion  Center at the end of 2020 to honor the unique traditional cultural values ​​of ethnic minorities of Sapa in particular and of Lao Cai province in general. In 2021, “Sapa Love Market” will be held in the end of the year No. 02 […]

Continue reading

‘Kidnaping a wife of the Mong in Sa Pa

” Kidnaping a wife” in some places is also known as robbing a wife, in the Mong language called “hai pù”.  “Kidnaping a wife ” literally means pulling a girl back home as a wife. Mong boys and girls often meet and interact with each other during festivals, Tet holidays and especially “love market” sessions. […]

Continue reading

Kho Gia Gia Festival Of Ha Nhi Ethnic People In Y Ty (Bat Xat, Lao Cai)

Like many other ethnic minorities in Lao Cai, Ha Nhi people in Y Ty (Bat Xat) have a harvest festival in the 6th of lunar month every year, which is the Kho Gia Gia Festival. The Kho Gia Gia Festival is an important spiritual ritual indispensable in the spiritual life of Ha Nhi people. This […]

Continue reading
whatsapp