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The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam

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The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam

In addition to Lao Chai Village and Cat Cat Village, Sin Chai Village Sapa is another must-visit area in the top 7 Sapa Village Vietnam. Today, Sun Getaways Travel would like to share you with information about Sin Chai Village Sapa. Let’s take a look!

Sin Chai Village Introduction

Sin Chai Village is a traditional ethnic village of Black Mong people. Visitors coming there can meet Mong people and learn about their customs and ancestor worship culture. Moreover, the village is surrounded by beautiful terraced rice fields and picturesque streams. Its beauty brings the wildest vibe of the forest and mountains of Northern Vietnam.

Where is Sin Chai Village Located?

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam

Sin Chai Village is located in O Quy Ho ward, Sapa town, about 5 kilometers from the city center. The village is quite near Cat Cat Village, which is very convenient for people to visit Sin Chai after discovering Cat Cat. Nestled next to Hoang Lien Son Mountain Ranges, Sin Chai Ecolodge Sa Pa has soon become a hot spot in Sapa due to the marvelous beauty of Sapa’s mother nature.

How to Get There?

To get to Sin Chai Village, if you are a foreigner or a native traveler, you should get to Hanoi first then book a car, take a taxi or a train, or hire a motorbike to get to Sapa. From Sapa, there are several ways for tourists to reach the village. They can go on food, and plan a trekking journey to the village. hire a motorbike to get there.

The cost of hiring a motorbike is about 120,000 VND per day. It is not too expensive and gives you a lot of opportunities to explore not only Sin Chai Village but also every corner of Sapa.

Find more information: How to Get to Sapa Vietnam? Best Travel Guide and Tips for Tourists

Best Time to Visit Sin Chai Village

The best time to visit Sin Chai Village is the spring and autumn months, from April to June and from September to October. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and less rain, which is ideal for outdoor activities such as trekking and wandering around the village to glimpse the outstanding scenery.

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
The best time to visit is from April to June and between September and October

Moreover, you will be overwhelmed if visiting Sin Chai Village this time because of the golden terraced rice fields and clear sky. Moreover, this is also the blooming time of different flower types in Sapa.

Find more information: Sapa Vietnam in March, Sapa Vietnam in November, and Sapa Vietnam in September

What to Explore in the Village?

Experience local daily life and culture

Known as the home of more than 1600 Mong people, Sin Chai Village is a place preserving valuable traditional aspects of one of the Sapa minorities. When visiting the village, tourists can stay with locals here and live in their traditional wooden stilt houses. Let’s try once to be a true Mong people and figure out special architectural features of Mong’s accommodation!

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
Experience local daily life and culture in the village

Besides, you will have a chance to experience and see how the life of Mong people goes on in daily. The way they do their households, go to the fields and do weaving and blacksmith work. Also, if you want, you can wear their traditional costumes and take some beautiful photos to save memories.

Buy traditional souvenirs

Mong people are famous for their handicraft products as well as their ingenious embroidered clothes. Thus, you can get some to bring it back home as presents for relatives. There are a lot of handicraft goods such as embroidered clothes, silver jewelry, and other different souvenirs for you to see.

Admire the natural beauty

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
Admire the natural beauty in Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam

Another activity you should not and will not miss is admiring Sin Chai Village’s natural beauty. The village has a pristine beauty with many traditional wooden stilt houses. Moreover, tourists will feel more peaceful and calmer when staying here because Muong Hoa Valley covers the village with natural streams, green mountains, and endless lush terraced rice pads. Especially, when it is in crop season, people will witness an ink painting in the village including endless golden terraced fiends twinkling under the sunshine.

Go trekking

The distance between Sapa city center and Sin Chai Village is not far. Thus, tourists can make a group of people to go trekking to the village. Along the way to Sin Chai Village in Sapa, Vietnam, everyone can have an authentic experience in discovering every corner of Sapa, even the smallest one. Besides, they can gain more knowledge of the floras and faunas here.

Join local holidays and events

Every year, Sin Chai Village will have some events and holidays to raise the solidarity of each other. For example, Mong people living here often celebrate traditional sporting activities, dancing and singing events, and festivals like Gau Tao Festival. If you have time, let’s join and feel the life of people living here.

What to Eat in the Village?

Hence, what to eat when you visit Sin Chai Village? There are various delicacies for you to try. For example, you can experience to taste the daily meal in the village. Locals here often have white rice, boiled swam spinach, and meat. Moreover, they have a reputation for a kind of drink called “com ruou” – or known as fermented glutinous rice. If you are able to drink wine, you can try this one. It is quite tasty.

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
Thang Co soup

Besides, Thang Co is another dish that you should try. It is a kind of soup cooked with different meat types such as horse meat, buffalo meat, and pork. This is a very famous dish in Sapa, not only in this village particularly. Thus, do not miss a boat to taste Thang Co!

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Where to Stay?

The Detailed Guides to Sin Chai Village Sapa Vietnam
Sin Chai Ecolodge Sa Pa Vietnam

If you are wondering where to stay near or inside Sin Chai Village Sapa, let’s take a look at our top 06 homestays below:

  • Sapa Dao Homestay – Group 13, O Quy Ho Mountain Pass, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
  • ChienDe Homestay, Fansipan, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
  • Catcat Garden House – 01 Cat Cat, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
  • Sakura Homestay – Cát Cat ,San Sa Ho, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
  • Maison de Sapa Villa, 18 Thac Bac Road, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
  • Thanh Ha Homestay Sapa – 033, Thac Bac Road, Sapa, Lao Cai, Vietnam

Travel Tips

Here are some tips for tourists before visiting Sin Chai Village:

  • The best time to discover the village is from April to June, and September to October;
  • You should wear comfortable walking shoes because we will move a lot;
  • Remember to ask before taking photos, respect village altar areas, and get permission before feeding animals;
  • It is great to taste local food but do not worry when you do not want to, just feel free to refuse.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Sun Getaways Travel has just shown you all about Sin Chai Village Vietnam. Hence, do not be shy to comment below and ask us questions! We will try our best to answer all your curiosities about Sin Chai Village – one of the most traditional villages in Sapa, Vietnam.

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