Introduction to Sin Chai village
Sin Chai is a beautiful village in Sa Pa Town, Lào Cai Province, that still retains the rustic simplicity of a mountainous village. There is still the typical rustic simplicity of a highland village. Friendly smiles are always found here when the locals encounter a tourist on the road. Sin Chai is a friendly and welcoming village. Like many people in other villages in Sa Pa, Sín Chải villagers mainly live on crop farming and animal husbandry.
The village belongs to Hoàng Liên Commune, located about 4km from the center of Sa Pa. Although located right next to Cát Cát, a famous community-based cultural tourism village of the town, Sín Chải is still pristine and quiet compared to the neighboring village.
It lies at the foot of the Hoàng Liên Sơn mountain range, surrounded by vast hills. It has been the home of the Mông ethnic minority for generations.
The village is home to about 1,600 ethnic Mông people, so when coming here, Mai feels the Mông culture which has a significant impact on life, architecture as well as many other factors in the village. Visitors can choose to visit Sin Chai Village where they can experience the unique culture of the people. Whether it be by staying at the local people's houses, living together, admiring the traditional culture of embroidered decorations on their costumes to the creation of products and handmade embroidery crafts.