Sin Chai – The intact soul of Sapa’s mountains and forests

Sin Chai is a simple and rustic village, located more than 2km from the center of Sapa town. There is still the typical rustic simplicity of a highland village. Friendly smile always when encountering a tourist on the road. And Sin Chai is such a version. Sapa Vietnam has long been famous for the villages of Cat Cat, Ta Van, Ta Phin; with the majestic old stone church or the roof of Indochina Fansipan… However, the wave of tourism has flooded into Sapa, causing it to gradually become commercialized.

Sin Chai village belongs to San Sa Ho commune (old), now belongs to Hoang Lien commune, located about 4km from the center of Sapa town. Although located right next to Cat Cat – a famous community cultural tourism village of Sapa Vietnam, Sin Chai is still quite pristine and quiet compared to the neighboring village. Lying quietly at the foot of Hoang Lien Son range, surrounded by vast hills, Sin Chai has been the home of the Black H’mong people for many generations.

Like many villages in Sapa Vietnam in particular and the Northwest highlands in general, the villagers mainly live on farming and animal husbandry. Around April when it rains, the terraced fields start in the pouring season. When in the transplanting season, the terraced fields will be submerged in water. The water is taken from the stream, so it is very clear, reflecting sunlight, making a large area shimmering and sparkling beautifully. This will be a wonderful new experience when you can witness with your own eyes the scene of ethnic people here diligently planting rice on terraced fields like a beautiful labor picture.

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