Located at the foot of Fansipan Mountain, about 30 kilometers trekking from Sapa town, Sin Chai village is home to the Red Dao ethnic people. The Red Dao women are expert embroiderers and this talent is passed down from mother to daughter, from a very young age. They wear traditional costumes beautifully embroidered with distinctive silver jewelries and a big red turban. The men typically wear a short shirt with long trousers, and a head-scarf. busy all day with the work in the paddy fields, the daily household chores and the making of their costumes. Let’s take a short trek to Sin Chai and experience the true culture of the Red Dao. Although locals have a hard life , they are very friendly and always willing to teach you about textile weaving and dying. You have a chance to participate in the community events, such as traditional sports activities and tree planting.
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