Ta Phin Village – Sapa Travel Guide

Ta Phin village, Sapa, Vietnam of the H’Mong and Red Dao minority people, a remote village around 12 kilometres from Sapa which still retains traditional customs and lifestyles of ethnic minority groups. Something special awaits visitors at Ta Phin. The villagers will invite visitors to visit their homes to show how they live and what they have, and tell about their families. When heading off to Ta Phin village from Sapa, hiking up and down the 12 kilometres of hilly terrain is a good choice as travellers will see local people working in terraced paddy fields, or travelling back and forth from the market to their homes or tourist can stop to see an old French monastery. Especially after a long day of walking on the windy roads and hills around Sapa town tourist can soak your bones and muscles in a traditional Red Dao herbal bath at Ta Phin.

The Red Dzao in Terraces Stunning View Red Dzao at daily life Overview of Ta Phin village










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