Introduction to Mu Hamlet
Mu Hamlet is a peaceful and beautiful village all year round with terraced fields, winding roads, and high and low mountain slopes hidden in the poetic white mist. This place has unspoiled beauty, and peace and is gradually developing tourism. In almost every corner of the village, visitors can also enjoy the scenery of the mountains and forests, watching the white clouds hovering on the top of the mountain. Thanks to its location at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level, Ban Mu has a cool and pleasant climate all year round.
Any season of the year is suitable to visit this village. If you like to watch the clouds spread all over the road, then winter will be suitable. If you want to see the rice terraces, come here in spring. And even in the summer, the Mu village also has a white fog, hovering around the village, bringing a cool and comfortable feeling. In winter, this place also has a sea of white clouds floating, with fog spreading all over the way, covering even the houses of people, painting a really poetic and fanciful picture.
Mong ethnic group in Yen Bai is one of the ethnic groups that still preserve many unique cultural nuances. These cultural values are always proud of, preserved, promoted and preserved by generations of the Mong people here with their love for their homeland. This is the place where 100% of the Mong ethnic people live.
The Mong people in Yen Bai have extremely rich and unique folk beliefs, in addition to worshiping their ancestors, within the house, they also worship a system of gods to protect the family and protect the members. In the house and material possessions according to folk concepts such as worshiping the god of wealth, the god of the house pillar, the god of the door "the god of the stove, the god of the kitchen cooking, the god of protection of the doctor (of families with the profession of male medicine),...
Along with the intangible culture, the Mong people in Yen Bai also have very unique types of material culture such as cuisine; residential architecture; traditional craft,... It can be said that the life of the Mong people in Yen Bai is associated with folk songs, dances, musical instruments and community festivals held every year.