There is a rustic and peaceful Dao ethnic village

From Sapa Vietnam, go to the northeast for 12 km, you will reach Ta Phin commune. This is the home of the Mong, Dao, Tay,

From Sapa Vietnam, go to the northeast for 12 km, you will reach Ta Phin commune. This is the home of the Mong, Dao, Tay, Giay and Kinh ethnic groups. The commune has 6 villages, in which Ta Phin village with about 245 households of Dao ethnic group is preserving many unique traditional cultural features. Many visitors to Ta Phin seem to share the same feeling, Ta Phin is the only village that still retains the rustic identity of the Dao people; The natural beauty is preserved and the climate here is always cool and fresh. Perhaps, this is also the reason that in recent years, Ta Phin village is being chosen by many tourists as a destination in Sapa tours.

Setting foot at the top of the village…

Setting foot at the top of the village, visitors will encounter friendly smiles, affectionate greetings of indigenous people. If in the beautiful town of Sapa Vietnam, with the quiet appearance of the ancient stone church, in Ta Phin, there is an ancient monastery standing in the middle of the mountains. According to documents left behind, Ta Phin ancient monastery was built in 1942. This used to be the residence of 12 nuns, then was abandoned. This ancient monastery hides a lot of mysteries that need to be discovered, and is also a great virtual living corner for young people

If in the beautiful town of Sapa, with the quiet appearance of the ancient stone church, in Ta Phin, there is an ancient monastery standing in the middle of the mountains. According to documents left behind, Ta Phin ancient monastery was built in 1942. This used to be the residence of 12 nuns, then was abandoned. This ancient monastery hides a lot of mysteries that need to be discovered, and is also a great virtual living corner for young people. If we go to the H’mong villages, we see women on the loom weaving brocade sheets with linen motifs; In this place, brocade is directly embroidered by Dao women, through each thread of silk thread, even the smallest details. Products made here can be sold directly to customers or supplied to brocade stalls in ethnic cultural markets, souvenir shops in Sapa Vietnam.

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