Ta Phin village is about 12km from Sapa Vietnam, located slightly to the Northeast. This is the residence of the Dao and H’mong ethnic people, however, the Dao people still make up the majority. Therefore, when you come to Ta Phin village, you will feel a rich ethnic living space with simple stilt houses, colorful hand-sewn costumes and countless traditional dishes, rich in mountain forest flavor. Along the way to Ta Phin village, you will be immersed in the beautiful, peaceful natural scenery of the Northwest mountains and forests with terraced fields spreading across the hillsides and mountainsides.
In the distance are dim green mountains, hidden in the mist. Here and there are dotted with thatched-roof houses of ethnic people and lush green corn fields in Sapa Vietnam. The best time to visit the village is from late August to mid-September. At this time, the terraced fields take on a shiny golden color, giving off a slightly autumnal look. Another famous check-in point I visited is Ta Phin Ancient Monastery with a Western architectural style, bringing a magical and magical feeling. Ta Phin village is also famous for the medicinal bath experience of the Red Dao people.
The Dao people here have lived closely with the mountains and forests for generations in Sapa Vietnam, so they can understand and skillfully use medicinal leaves to bring you moments of relaxation with medicinal water. At the end of the day, my legs are tired. Immersed in the medicinal water with aromatic herbs and medicinal herbs, all fatigue seems to disappear in an instant. Bathing in medicinal herbs to the people here seems to mean washing away all bad luck, bringing health, refreshment and purification to the body.
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