In this village which you will have a welcome feeling at any house of the hospitable people there. You can interact them, learn about their culture and customs
Lao Chai is currently positioned as a rest spot for tourists trekking onwards to the village of Tavan. Made up of almost entirely Black Hmong, the only means to which the community participates in the Sapa tourism product is through street vendors following tourists along the trekking routes selling embroidered items. There are also a number of young women who have become tour guides in Sapa due to their ability to speak English.
Within the network of trekking routes int he Sa Pa Region, Lao Chai does offer a feasible option to become an overnight spot and offers the opportunity for the region to open new trekking trails