Exploring Hang La cave in Mu Cang Chai
Apart from the stunning terraced fields, travellers finding themselves in Mu Cang Chai, in the northern province of Yen Bai, can explore the beautiful stalactites in Hang La cave (Nam Khat) as well.
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|It is difficult to enter Hang La cave on rainy days due to slippery road. The cave is about 40km away from the district centre of Mu Cang Chai.|
|Winding road to the cave.|
|View of beautiful stalactites inside Hang La cave. The cave is located at a mountain next to Ngoc Chien commune of Son La province.|
|Different shapes of stalactites on the ceiling.|
|It is difficult to explore the cave due to winding and complicated roads inside.|
|Travellers are currently advised to explore the cave in groups and bring lights to support each other.|
|Terraced fields at Lang Sang hamlet, Nam Khat commune.|
|Mong ethnic people are friendly to travellers.|
|Homestays at Nam Khat commune.|
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