Quan Ba (Quản Bạ in Vietnamese) is a rural district of Ha Giang province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. As of 2019, the district had a population of 53476. The district covers an area of 550 km². The district capital lies at Tam Son district of Ha Giang Province. Being a mountain district that includes 3 communes bordering the China frontier. At an elevation of 1000 m above sea level, the topography is divided by rivers, sheer mountains, and deep valleys. The Cổng Trời (Heaven Gate) is the entrance to the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geoparks of Ha Giang.
The most attractive places in Quan Ba District, Ha Giang Vietnam:
1. Quan Ba Heaven Gate
2. Quan Ba Twin Mountain
3. Nam Dam community tourism village
4. Quyet Tien Market
5. Lonely tree
6. Lung Khuy Cave
7. Kho My Cave
8. Bat Dai Son – Quan Ba
Ha Giang Province is a mountainous area in the north of Vietnam where is covered more than 7,884 sq km, to share the border with Tuyen Quang province in the South, Lao Cai and Yen Bai provinces in the West, Cao Bang in the North-west, Yun Nam, and Quang Xi provinces (China) in the North with a borderline of over 274 km in length.
For climate in Ha Giang with temperature is cool throughout the year and the air is fresh so Ha Giang attracts many tourists in Vietnam and overseas around the year. To attract travelers with the natural beauty spots such as the rocky highlands, vast primeval forests, mysterious caves, hundred-year tea plantations, and several rivers, springs, waterfalls, and mineral springs.
Another hand, Ha Giang has cultural and traditional diversity with 22 ethnic groups are living together creating preciously cultural value. In the Sunday markets (Dong Van, Meo Vac), different ethnic groups come to the markets to trade and also to have fun and eat. To discover Ha Giang by taking part in active trips such as trekking, local market, homestay, or boat trip when travel to explore Ha Giang.