Although only approximately 5km from the town of Sapa, and is adjacent to Cat Cat village - a popular tourist destination of Sapa, but not many tourists visit Sin Chai village. So the Sin Chai still preserves wild beauty of the mountain scenery, intact characters in the lives of native H Mong people
Like other villages in Sapa and other upland areas in the Northwest, cultivation depends on rain water. The cultivation of rice and corn are planted on terraced plots only one season, which takes place from mid-April, sooner or later depending on the summer rains.
It’s a great opportunity for those who want to learn about the lives of black H'mong people in Sapa. Not noisy bustle, not sellers invite tourists with insistence like in Cat Cat, Ta Phin, Ta Van. Simply because in Sin Chai there are no sellers.
To visit the village you can go by motorbike, by car to the top of village and trekking along a small road just enough of a passing motorcycle. Follow the path to the end of village, visitors can see the roofs thatched with Po Mu wood, pieces of linen drying in front of porch, the farming tools. And that journey brings a feeling of peace, a little moved of a Sapa poor village.