Hoa Binh Overview
Hoa Binh is, topographically, a province in the mountainous area of Northern Vietnam.
Visiting here, travelers probably cannot witness many rice terraces as those in Son La or Lai Chau, other provinces in the same region. However, it boasts romantic, picturesque landscapes of mountains, sky, and water.
Also, its humanity and tourist resources are quite diverse and interesting, with about 184 cultural and historical places. These attributes help Hoa Binh become an unforgettable impression for visitors.
Besides, it is home to various ethnic minorities like Thai, H’Mong, Tay, Dao, and Muong. As you may know, each group features its own unique identity, contributing to building cultural richness for this province.
Many foreigners want to experience once in their life the living style of Vietnamese ethnic groups. That’s why Hoa Binh is always among other destinations in their bucket list.
Those visiting Hoa Binh will have an opportunity to explore some specialty dishes like grilled meat and rice cooked in bamboo, or enjoy music performances and unique traditional dancing of ethnic minorities.
In general, the province possesses incredibly great potential to boost its tourism industry thanks to its endowed natural environment and human-made architectures.