Sin Suoi Ho, a Mong hamlet, is nestled in the midst of infinite mountains and woods, with roads and signs directing towards green tourism and specifically noting “children are not allowed to ask for money”.

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Sin Suoi Ho hamlet is located in Sin Suoi Ho commune, Phong Tho district, approximately 30 kilometers from Lai Chau city. The town is roughly 1,500 meters above sea level, at the foot of Son Bac May mountain. Sin Suoi Ho was designated as a community tourist village in 2015, making it an appealing destination for travelers due to its open, clean area and novel approach to tourism.

Sin Suoi Ho is regarded as one of Lai Chau province’s premier locations, according to statistics from the Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. In the two years following Covid-19, the hamlet had around 30,000 tourists on average, with visitors from 15 nations including the United States, Australia, and Canada.

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Unlike many tourist places where children stand to solicit for money or take photographs for money, tourists are urged not to donate money or candies to youngsters. People say that over time, it damages youngsters and fails to preserve traditional practices.

Sin Suối Hồ - bản du lịch cộng đồng nguyên sơ, yên bình tại Lai Châu |

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Sin Suoi Ho hamlet, which is primarily composed of Mong ethnic people, increasingly develops a civilized lifestyle that excludes alcohol, smoking, gambling, and drug addiction. The walkways are clean and lined with trees and flowers, making visitors feel as if they are lost in a paradise.

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The community has several signposts and rubbish collection places with “cute” inscriptions, which assist to keep it clean and neat.

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People actively promote community tourism by taking advantage of the fresh, cold atmosphere and distinct cultural character. Sin Suoi Ho now has more than 20 homestay houses. Each homestay includes a welcome gate and a wooden sign with phone numbers, services, the homeowner’s name, and directions written in plaited rope or rattan. Environmentally friendly.

Phiên chợ vùng cao Sin Suối Hồ: Đặc sắc nét hoang sơ, truyền thống - Cục Du lịch Quốc Gia Việt Nam

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The market opens every Saturday morning. Thousands of Cymbidium orchids grow along both sides of the road leading to the hamlet and the market, providing locals with a source of income. People also plant many peach blooms, roses, and hawthorn flowers.

Những chiếc cổng độc nhất vô nhị ở Sin Suối Hồ | Báo Dân tộc và Phát triển

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In addition to providing lodgings for travelers, individuals also own restaurants, serve as tour guides, perform arts, and sell brocade other Mong ethnic items.

Thiên đường săn mây ở Sìn Hồ

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The town is surrounded by stunning mountains and terraced farms. Visitors may go from here to climb peaks like Bach Moc Luong Tu and Ta Lien using relatively easy routes. You may also seek clouds during the golden rice season.

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Tourists can visit the Heart Waterfall. Heart Waterfall is located fully within Sin Suoi Ho commune’s ancient forest, which is surrounded by rugged mountains on all four sides. The route to the waterfall is lined with ancient trees and vines, and the villagers have placed rocks to make it easier for guests to walk. There are two walking pathways that connect the settlement to the waterfall, which is roughly 800 meters away. Take note that the high road is simpler to travel than the lower road.

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Sin Suoi Ho hamlet also features a picturesque cafe, with the proprietor being a southerner who came to the village to tour and fell in love with an ethnic girl there. He stayed to reside and established this bistro.

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