Lai Chau is a province in the Northwest region of Vietnam, sharing a border with China. It once was a semi-independent White Tai confederation known as Sipsongchuthai, but was absorbed by France into French Indochina in the 1880s and subsequently became part of Vietnam following Vietnamese independence in 1954.
There are sloping mountains, hill, valley, plateau, spring alternately. Falls and waterfalls with high flow are potential of hydroelectricity in Lai Chau. Tourists are interesting in custom of ethnic groups in Sin Ho Village or Tam Duong Townlet.
- Location : Lai Chau, Vietnam
- Submitted On : 20 Dec 2016