SON LA – Located next to the forest, Hang Tau has no electricity, no Internet, no phone signal, and only the sound of cattle and children playing.
Returning from the discovery of Hang Tau (Chieng Hac commune, Moc Chau district), Nguyen Hong Duong (24 years old, Hanoi) decided to keep the most original photos, unedited, because he was too impressed with the beauty. wildness of this land.
Hang Tau is located in a valley about 20 km from the center of Moc Chau. Here there is a green lawn, wooden houses of the H’Mong people form an isolated cluster, surrounded by mountains and forests.
This place is likened to a primitive village because there is no electricity grid, no internet, no phone signal.
The natural landscape in this valley each season brings its own beauty. In the spring, on the way to Hang Tau, visitors will encounter plum blossoms blooming beside corn fields. But in the rainy season, the road to the valley will be extremely bumpy and slippery.
In fact, Hang Tau is a farming and agricultural production area of about 1 ha, with 20 H’Mong households. Due to the wild and charming scenery, the village has been known to tourists in recent years.
According to Hong Duong, the specialty of this valley is the sound of poultry, cattle, birds singing and every weekend there is also the sound of children playing.
“Everything is very original, the natural sounds when combined together give listeners a feeling of peace and not noise,” Duong said.
The 7th one-way scene in Hang Tau, on the empty lawns behind the wooden house.
Coming to Hang Tau, visitors can experience the simple life of the H’Mong people, can participate in farming, breeding, digging bamboo shoots and learn how to embroider people’s skirts. If you stay overnight, you will enjoy grilled potatoes by the embers and listen to the chirping insects.
This destination has not been correctly located on Google Maps. Visitors who want to come here can search for “Ta Number” and then continue to ask for directions. Mr. Hong Duong shared, the road to the village is quite difficult. Visitors need to use motorbikes to move about more than 7 km of bumpy soil, overcrowded slopes and slippery mud if it rains.
About 2 years ago, the H’Mong people in Hang Tau gradually turned to tourism. They collect tickets to Hang Tau for 30,000 VND per person. There is also a motorbike taxi service to pick up and drop off passengers 150,000 VND for two ways. Visitors can buy chicken from the locals and ask them to cook for them, but don’t bring food into the village.
Photo: Hong Duong
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