Sin Chai Hamlet

Sin Chai is a small and primitive village located more than 2 kilometers from Sa Pa town's center. The traditional rustic simplicity of a highland community still exists. When passing a tourist on the road, locals always give them a friendly smile.


Sa Pa has long been known for the Cat Cat, Ta Van, and Ta Phin villages, as well as the beautiful old stone church and the Indochina Fansipan roof... However, Sa Pa has steadily become commercialized as a result of the influx of tourists.

Sin Chai village, which used to be part of San Sa Ho commune but is now part of Hoang Lien commune, is about 4 kilometers from the heart of Sa Pa town. Despite its proximity to Cat Cat, a well-known community cultural tourism hamlet in Sa Pa, Sin Chai remains pure and quiet in comparison to its neighboring village. For many years, Sin Chai has been the home of the Black H'mong people for many years, lying quietly at the foot of the Hoang Lien Son range, surrounded by large hills.


The residents of Sin Chai rely mostly on farming and livestock, as do many other communities in Sa Pa and the Northwest highlands in general. When it rains in April, the terraced fields enter their pouring season. The terraced fields will be inundated with water during the transplanting season. Because the water is drawn from a stream, it is crystal clear and reflects sunlight, creating a shimmering and attractive effect across a vast area. When you can see ethnic people here tirelessly growing rice on terraced fields like a lovely labor picture, it will be a delightful new experience.


The most popular months for travellers to visit Sin Chai are probably September and early October, when the terraced fields acquire a golden color from mature rice. There is a slight perfume of new rice everywhere, and the smell of fresh straw creates a unique ambience. Visitors will not be surprised to find hundreds of terraced fields spread out equally throughout the slopes and mountain backs when standing in front of the breathtaking surroundings. The picture of the golden season appears to be adorned by clouds and beams of sunlight. At the time, Sin Chai's scenery resembled a gorgeous and haughty girl standing by a meandering stream, flaunting its gentle curves with the mountains and trees.


Visitors may view the modest, primitive folds that are roofed with po mu wood along the road going to Sin Chai village, as well as the plain farm tools in front of the house. This is an excellent place to visit if you want to learn about the Black H'mong people of Sapa. The locals live a basic and tranquil existence. They travel to the fields to cultivate cardamom during the rainy season; once the crop is harvested, they only go to the forest to collect firewood, raise buffaloes, and rear horses. Traditional clothing is sewn and sewn by women in their spare time.

When tourists visit Sin Chai hamlet, trekking is currently a very popular sort of tourism. Visitors can walk while admiring the lyrical beauty of the environment on both sides of the route and learning about the local people's customs, cultural lifestyles, and cuisine. You can stay in a homestay in the area if you wish to learn more clearly.

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