Tu Le valley-Mu Cang Chai commune
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Tu Le valley-Mu Cang Chai commune

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Mu Cang Chai is the home of terraced fields, away Hanoi about 300km northwest. The town has an altitude of 1,000m above sea level. Tu Le valley is located between three mountains are Khau Pha, Khau Than and Khau Song. This area is also the residence of 1,112 households, mostly Thai people.

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