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Climb Fansipan team corporate with Chrysanthemum wine Vietnam Writer: Admin Climb Fansipan

In vietnam, Chrysanthemum "hoa Cuc" ís planted in many Northern provinces such as Hung yen, Thai Binh, Ha Nam provinces. Poople in the area grow the type of flowers to sell in the markets and some of them plant to provide herb ingredient to pharmacy, traditional doctors and also export to China.

On September 9 on the lunar calendar, which is the sharp time when the
chrysanthemum flower blooms and the gardens are abloom with the bright yellow color of the flower.
 So the wine artist will choose this day to harvest Hoa Cuc then dry them in shadow, "not in the direct sunlight" for a week then preserve carefully to keep the scent and lovely yellow colour then they put wine in the grass bottle to store underground for 2 years. it is traditonal way to make the wine.

On the early April 2017, Climb Fansipan Team takes the honor to corporate with Mr Dinh - an expert in 
Chrysanthemum products to prepare a huge land in the village Sapa to plant Chrysanthemum flower. Mr Dinh and his company will buy all the order to use as special ingredients to cook Chrysanthemum wine, Chrysanthemum with bee honey and other Chrysanthemum products.

As an estimation, mr Ding will import some tons of 
Chrysanthemum grown by the wifies and children of Climb Fansipan Team. According to Mr Ding, this is supporting project would be done as soon as posible to give a supprting hand to people living in the area of sapa.

Find more information on Mr Ding's blog Chrysanthemum: (rượu hoa cúc, hoa cúc nấu mật ong}


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Snow draws crowds to Sa Pa, officials suspend Fansipan tour for safety Writer: Admin Climb Fansipan

Officials from Vietnam’s northern highlands have ordered travel firms to suspend all tours to the country’s highest peak Fansipan as a heavy cold spell starting freezing the area.
A statement from the management board of Hoang Lien National Park said all tours to Fansipan, a 3,143-meter (10,311 feet) mountain that rises above Sa Pa and all hiking activities around the resort town between January 23 and 27 must be cancelled for safety reason.
The order came as tourists kept flocking to the northern highlands with an attempt to enjoy the rare chill on mountain tops.
Travel firms said they have given tourists a refund and kept them around Sa Pa town, which has also seen a lot of snow from early Sunday with temperature dropping to minus 2 degrees Celsius.
Snow occasionally appears in Sa Pa and other places in the northern highlands, drawing a lot of curious foreign and local tourists every time. Snow blanketed the area just more than a month ago.
Temperatures in Hanoi, Hai Phong and northern plains have dropped to around eight degrees the past days while southern Vietnam has been forecast to be chilly at 17 degrees the coming week.

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