Y Ty Lao Cai

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Y Ty is located at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level. Y Ty leans on the Nhiu Co San Mountains which are mostly covered by clouds the whole year. Road to Y Ty are zigzag paths, faded in a mass of forest leaves. Lung Po This is the three – way crossroad where […]

Y Ty is located at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level. Y Ty leans on the Nhiu Co San Mountains which are mostly covered by clouds the whole year. Road to Y Ty are zigzag paths, faded in a mass of forest leaves.

Lung Po

This is the three – way crossroad where Nguyen Giang River originated from China converging with Lung Po stream in Viet Nam, mixing together to flow into Viet Nam which called Red River. In the beginning of 2011, a stele was set up in Lung Po, two famous poem sentences of Duong Soai were printed on the surface.

Vietnam-China Border Line

Along with the way from bat Xat to Y ty, visitors can come across a number of border line between Vietnam and China, Milestone No.93 (2) is one of them (passed Lao Cai province).

Thien Sinh Bridge

The Bridge is situated at the end of Lao Chai village, far from the center of Y Ty commune about 10 kilometers. The Bridge is just one meter of length, crossing Lung Po stream. The place is used to be a huge stone in ancient times. This also is the border between Vietnam and China.

Phan Can Su Village

The village is one of two highest villages in Y Ty, far from the center about 6 kilometers. From Phan Can Su, tourists can have the overviewing for beauty of Y Ty.

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