The innocent and lovely looks of children in Ha Giang
Ha Giang is very well-known for its majestic scenery of mountains, passes and terraced fields. However, visitors may be impressed by the another thing which is the innocent and lovely looks of children in the remote and mountainous region.
Dispite of poverty, the faces of children in Ha Giang are still shining. Photo: Tien Phong
Located about 300 km from Hanoi to the north, Ha Giang is home to 22 different ethnic minorities with different cultures, dialects and customs, but the majority of them are living under poverty line.
Ha Giang has cool climate all year round. Coming to Ha Giang, you’ll get the chance to admire spectacular landscapes such as Dong Van plateau, Quan Ba Twin mountains, ancient palace of the H’mong King, Ma Pi Leng pass and Lung Cu flagpole.
However, Ha Giang does not only lure visitors by its authentic, pristine and mysterious scenery but also its people. When travel Ha Giang, there is one thing that may strongly impress to visitors which is innocent beauty of children in this mountainous north-west province. Their Jet-black eyes, rosy cheeks, with innocent smiles are unforgettable.
Funny face expression in front of photographer’s len. Photo: Tien Phong
Innocent smiles. Photo: Tien Phong
Brotherhood. Photo: Vietnamtourism
Shinning Smile. Photo: Vietnamtourism
The simple, innocent and sunny smile of a little girl. Photo: Do Huu Linh
The litte girl is sulking because of provocation. Photo: Vietnamrourism
Being curious with cameramen. Photo: Vietnamrourism
“Tag, You’re It”. Photo: Vietnamrourism
Running nose due to coldness. Photo: Vietnamrourism
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