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Why Sin Chai village is special ?
Sin Chai village may not be a well-known attraction for both tourist and Vietnamese people. Yet, inside this pristine village, there are a lot of wonderful scenery that could even make hardest hearts melt away. The very special thing is that, we will not be alone, all the kids in the village will be our companions during the adventure as you will fall in love with them. They will be around all the time, singing, dancing and will do anything to make you smile. Moreover, you can teach them songs, poems that you used to love when you were a child.
What to explore at Sin Chai village?
From here you can enjoy huge stunning landscapes before climbing up on the way a jeep to return to Sapa. Sin Chai is a village of the Red Dao ethnic people, whose women wear beautifully embroidered clothes with distinctive silver jewelry and an enormous red turban.
This short trek to Sin Chai allows visitors for cultural acclimatization. Sin Chai is a community village. Here the locals will take the time to teach textile weaving and dying, will take the group on a locally built trail to explain the names and function of the local flora.
There will be the opportunity to participate in the village community, there will be a traditional sporting activity and tree planting. But before staying in Sin Chai Village, the visitors shall have a chance to stop over Cat Cat village, just 2 km trekking from Sapa Town and on the way to Sin Chai village, to learn about the life of black H’mong people.
- Red Dao ethnic people
- Beautifully embroidered clothes
- Beautiful wooden house
- Peaceful Land and beautiful nature
- Great culture and people
Sín Chải, Y Tý Bát Xát Lào Cai Vietnam