Monthly Archives: November 2014

Lon Cap Nach – A Sapa Specialty

Lon Cap Nach – A Sapa Specialty

In addition to beautiful natural landscapes, Sapa is also well known for its delicious specialties that vividly reflect ethnic people’s customs here. One of dishes that should be given a try is Lon cap nach (clamped-under-the-armpit pig).The name arises from the fact that pigs around 10kgs in weight are carried under the arm for sales

Sour noodle soup – Upland unique cuisine in Sapa

Sour noodle soup – Upland unique cuisine in Sapa

Sour noodle Not exactly sour soup came from and of the nation, but, with most of the highland ethnic groups: Hmong, Dao, Tay, Nung ethnic or even used to live on the mountain headlines such as:Thu Lao, Ha Nhi … sour soup is rustic, indispensable. Each session, she, her pulses beautiful in colorful costumes, swooping

Roong Pooc Festival

Roong Pooc Festival

Every year, on the first Dragon Day after the first full moon, Giay ethnic group at Ta Van Commune, Sapa District, Lao Cai Province hold Roong Pooc festival in order to show people’s gratitude towards their guardians. After many years of celebration, the festival has spread among Muong Hoa Valley and become a common festival

Buffalo Sacrifice Festival

Buffalo Sacrifice Festival

Buffalo Sacrifice Festival is an annual festival taking place in the Central Highland of Vietnam. Being held from the twelfth lunar month of the previous year to the third month of the next year, Buffalo Sacrifice Festival is the most prominent cultural activity among ethnic minority community in their dear wishes for a prosperous harvest