Introduction to Van Chai Commune
Van Chai commune is a commune of Dong Van district in Ha Giang Province, located in the Northeast region of our country. The journey from the center to Van Chai commune in Ha Giang has been a beautiful and memorable journey for those who love to go. On that journey, you will pass through peaceful small roads in the middle of a poetic and majestic rock plateau. The winding roads, running from the valley to the hillside, when going up and down bring countless poetic emotions to visitors.
Today, Van Chai Ha Giang commune attracts more and more tourists to what nature bestows on this place. The characteristics of Ha Giang such as buckwheat flower fields, rapeseed flower fields, traditional houses, etc. are all available in Van Chai. n Chai commune has not been planned for strong tourism development like other communes in Ha Giang. However, with the impressive natural scenery here, visitors should visit Van Chai once if they have the opportunity. The commune is not too far from the center and convenient for you to explore and travel by motorbike.
From village design, the houses, farming styles, or the customs and habits of the Mong people in Van Chai village, they are characterized by the traditional culture of the Mong people in the highlands.
The old houses in Van Chai are roofed with yin and yang tiles. Over time, layers of green moss have gradually covered the tiled roofs of houses giving them a distinct look. The homes in the village have been there for up to 100 years, showing the strong construction techniques that were made to last.
When visitors come to Van Chai cultural and tourist village they will be able to see the wall folds, in addition to these old houses that are preserved intact. The local people of Van Chaistill preserve many cultural aspects of their heritage, expressed in customs and traditions or in traditional festivals.
Van Chai cultural and tourism village is also attractive because of its rustic, simple, and friendly features. From the chimes and drums kept by the indigenous people and passed on verbally from generation to generation or through folk melodies.
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