Introduction to Pac Ngoi village
Pac Ngoi village in Nam Mau commune, Ba Be district, has almost 80 households and nearly 400 people in this village of the Tay ethnic group. With charming scenery, close-toed stilted roofs, green corn fields and mountain ranges which overlap one another. Most of the houses on stilts here are built leaning against the mountain, facing the lake, which makes them both solid but also gives a feeling of lightness. Admiring the scenery here is mesmerising and, with the fresh, cool air, it will make you much more relaxed. Any tourists visiting can learn about the customs and habits of the Tay people.
Pac Ngoi village still retains the beauty of the traditional stilt houses of the Tay people, which is a special feature for the village. The house is built solidly and firmly from wooden materials to typical architectural style.
In the village, there are houses that have been kept for nearly a hundred years, these stilt houses are always preserved and embellished by the people as a testament to the cultural beauty of the village.
The Tay boys and girls wear traditional costumes and will raise their voices, the clear, echoing sound makes the space seem even more vast.
Visitors to Pac Ngoi village will get a warm welcome as they join the campfire nights, full of traditional cultural activities. People can forget where they are as they absorb their cultural surroundings.