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H'mong Bungalow in Meo Vac Ha Giang

Private room in chalet hosted by Loan
16+ guests19 bedrooms39 beds19 bathrooms
H'mong chalet is situated on a beautiful hilltop nearby Meo Vac town. A traditional chalet of H'mong tribe with 5 single bedrooms, 3 shared rooms and bar, from our chalet you can enjoy the magnificent view of the towering peaks and endless valleys dotted with ethnic minorities’ villages, you can walk to Meo Vac local market, held every Friday, Satuday nights and Sunday morning. You can also walk along the biggest and most beautiful rice fields, vallies.
-Price: 10 USD/person/night

The space
Lie in the east of the rocky highland. It shares borders with China. Most of Meo Vac terrain is in the Stone Plateau of Dong Van with 1000m height above sea level. The stone plateau is located in the most extreme north of Vietnam, and 80% of the plateau area is covered by rock with many high rocky peaks. This place is said to contain 400million- 600 million year-old fossils. Being recognized by the UNESCO as one of the 77 geological parks in the world which have to be preserved; hence the stone plateau in Ha Giang attracts a lot of tourists and scientists also. The district consists of 18 communes and 1 town. Of which, 90% population of the district are the Mong people. Khau Vai love market in Meo vac attracted a lot of visitor within and outside country. This is a unique cultural activity of Ha Giang in particular and VietNam in general.
The Meo Vac cattle market and cultural market held Friday, Satuday nights and Sunday morning. These market is not only where the locals living in the karst plateau trade cattle, it is also a gathering place for the Mong ethnic minority. Visitors to the region are always encouraged to go to the Meo Vac cattle market to experience this unique local ethnic cultural event. Market goers must start early in the morning. Those selling cattle have to wake up the earliest, usually around midnight, to walk their cows to market. Many walk dozens of miles, climb mountains and cross streams to get there, yet they never appear to be tired and are always smiling and cheerful. In addition to cattle, there are also dogs, goats and pigs for sale at the market. Despite being tied up, a few chubby pigs are still able to run around while the goats lie near their owner’s feet and dogs wag their tails to greet passers-by. The first sellers start to arrive around 5 am. The echoes of the clop, clop, clop of cattle hooves can be heard throughout the forests and mountains as they make their way to the market. Visitors can see the traditional costumes of the local Mong people at the market; the men wear long black dresses while the women dress in their best, most colourful costumes and their children run alongside them. There are food shops selling traditional Thang co (stewed meat soup) and fragrant maize wine near the area reserved for selling cattle. Most Mong men insist on sampling the wine before leaving at the end of the day.
Traveling to Meo Vac was almost impossible earlier, transport has been made much easier by the newly-made systems of roads which offer heavenly beauty of nature.
Our bungalow is really good accommodations and high - security, we are well prepared with simple and warm decorations will bring to you comfortable moments when staying in here.

Guest access
There are many parts of H'mong bungalow space as a green grass large garden, cosy bar. Fully accessing all functions / facilities / equipment. Your staying will be offered free cleaning and linen change. Amenities: Fresh towels, hand soap, dish washing liquid and sponge.

Other things to note
If you order meals with us, we are happy to cater local cuisine of our tribe, vegetarian dishes, etc.
The tourist could catch a night bus from Hanoi to Ha Giang, then catch a local bus from Ha Giang to Meo Vac or catch a bus directly from Hanoi to Meo Vac through Ha Giang center. It takes around 300km from Hanoi to Ha Giang and around 170km from Ha Giang to Meo Vac town
H'mong chalet is situated on a beautiful hilltop nearby Meo Vac town. A traditional chalet of H'mong tribe with 5 single bedrooms, 3 shared rooms and bar, from our chalet you can enjoy the magnificent view of the towering peaks and endless valleys dotted with ethnic minorities’ villages, you can walk to Meo Vac local market, held every Friday, Satuday nights and Sunday morning. You can also walk along the biggest and…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 double bed
Bedroom 2
3 single beds
Bedroom 3
2 single beds
Bedroom 4
1 single bed
Bedroom 5
1 single bed
Bedroom 6
2 double beds
Bedroom 7
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 8
2 single beds
Bedroom 9
2 single beds
Bedroom 10
2 single beds
Bedroom 11
2 single beds
Bedroom 12
2 single beds
Bedroom 13
2 single beds
Bedroom 14
2 single beds
Bedroom 15
2 single beds
Bedroom 16
2 single beds
Bedroom 17
2 single beds
Bedroom 18
2 single beds
Bedroom 19
2 single beds
Common spaces
5 sofa beds

Amenities

Breakfast
Free parking on premises
Essentials
Wifi
Private living room
Lock on bedroom door
Washing machine
TV
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Meo Vac, Ha Giang, Vietnam

Lie in the east of the rocky highland. It shares borders with China. Most of Meo Vac terrain is in the Stone Plateau of Dong Van with 1000m height above sea level. The stone plateau is located in the most extreme north of Vietnam, and 80% of the plateau area is covered by rock with many high rocky peaks. This place is said to contain 400million- 600 million year-old fossils. Being recognized by the UNESCO as one of the 77 geological parks in the world which have to be preserved; hence the stone plateau in Ha Giang attracts a lot of tourists and scientists also. The district consists of 18 communes and 1 town. Of which, 90% population of the district are the Mong people. Khau Vai love market in Meo vac attracted a lot of visitor within and outside country. This is a unique cultural activity of Ha Giang in particular and VietNam in general.
The Meo Vac cattle market, held every sunday. The market is not only where the locals living in the karst plateau trade cattle, it is also a gathering place for the Mong ethnic minority. Visitors to the region are always encouraged to go to the Meo Vac cattle market to experience this unique local ethnic cultural event. Market goers must start early in the morning. Those selling cattle have to wake up the earliest, usually around midnight, to walk their cows to market. Many walk dozens of miles, climb mountains and cross streams to get there, yet they never appear to be tired and are always smiling and cheerful. In addition to cattle, there are also dogs, goats and pigs for sale at the market. Despite being tied up, a few chubby pigs are still able to run around while the goats lie near their owner’s feet and dogs wag their tails to greet passers-by. The first sellers start to arrive around 5 am. The echoes of the clop, clop, clop of cattle hooves can be heard throughout the forests and mountains as they make their way to the market. Visitors can see the traditional costumes of the local Mong people at the market; the men wear long black dresses while the women dress in their best, most colourful costumes and their children run alongside them. There are food shops selling traditional Thang co (stewed meat soup) and fragrant maize wine near the area reserved for selling cattle. Most Mong men insist on sampling the wine before leaving at the end of the day.
Traveling to Meo Vac was almost impossible earlier, transport has been made much easier by the newly-made systems of roads which offer heavenly beauty of nature.
Lie in the east of the rocky highland. It shares borders with China. Most of Meo Vac terrain is in the Stone Plateau of Dong Van with 1000m height above sea level. The stone plateau is located in the most extr…

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Joined in August 2017
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Pets are allowed
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