Bao Lac
Monday, 20 May 2013 10:22

Bao Lac

Written by CaoBangTravel.com Asia Pacific Travel Team
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Bao Lac is a district in Cao Bang province, Vietnam Geographic: Located in the western district of Cao Bang province, the north is the border with Guangxi, China, the south is near Pac Nam (Bac Kan), the west is near Bao Lam, the east is near Thong Nong, the southeastern is near Nguyen Binh. Area, population, traffic: •…
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THUY DUONG hotel Add: District 1,  Bảo Lạc town Tel: 0262 212 238 / 0982 853 411 / 0947 618 976
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Bao Lac : Tous les 5 jours du mois lunaire, un grand marché situé huyện Bảo Lạc, tỉnh Cao Bằng. Chợ = marché Xã = commune Huyện = district Tỉnh = province La particularité de visiter de petits marchés est l’occasion de rencontrer la population locale tout en intimité, des marchés à l’abri des grandes foules,  qui ont su conserver un mode de vie traditionnel. En…
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This Lo Lo village take Bao Lac town about 6km. There are 54 familys in Lo Lo village. They are all Lo Lo black peoples.
Saturday, 08 June 2013 13:50

Van An pagoda

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Van An pagoda is located in Chua village, Hong Tri commune, Bao Lac district, consisting of 2 big, high houses. Its entrance gate opens towards bank of Gam river. In front of door, there is Chinese title “Van An Pagoda”. It was built relatively firm, roofing by zig zag tile. There are two dragons gathered gem on the…
Saturday, 08 June 2013 13:53

Quan De pagoda

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Quan De pagoda is located in the center of Bao Lac town, Bao Lac district. It was built in 1851 - the third year of Tu Duc Emperor Dynasty by local people’s money.
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The Bao Lac district is located in the far north Cao Bang province of Vietnam. Close to the border with China, this mountainous area is home to 50,000 inhabitants who live mainly in small villages in remote areas without water supply and even electricity. This is the poorest region in Vietnam. Bao Lac was recently made famous by…