The fair attracts not only domestic tourists but also many foreigners who come to look for colourful brocade, skirts of Mong ethnic minority people and specialities of the mountain region.
These Chinese tourists are looking at wooden and silver jewellery and other souvenirs
These brocade skirt made by Mong ethnic minority people are sold up to several Vietnamese million dong.
These brocade handbags are the favourite of many young city ladies
This kind of pig or called “lon man” is sold well here.
Rice wine is indispensable in Bac Ha fair.
At the end of the market is a place for trading cattle.
A foreign tourist stops a while before taking more photographs
After the fair, people normally have noodle full with fat meat and hot chilly.
Bac Ha fair attracts tourists with its wild and uncommercialised beauty but no one can assure that this identity will be preserved for next years.
Source: VietNamNet/Nhan Dan
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