Nestled at the foot of a mountain range in the northern province of Ha Giang, Vietnam, Lo Lo Chai Village is comprised of mostly earthen houses. With their rammed-earth walls, tiled roofs and stone fences, the houses are typical architecture of the local Lo Lo ethnic community. Thanks to its charming culture and unique architecture, Lo Lo Chai has become an alluring destination for visitors from at home and abroad.

On special occasions, including weddings, festivals and New Year celebrations, young Lo Lo ethnic woman are dressed in attractive outfits made from pieces of colorful cloth.

A beautifully decorated bedroom inside a local homestay facility in Lo Lo Chai Village

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