Coming to Suoi Giang commune, Van Chan district, Yen Bai province. Besides enjoying the poetic landscape of the mountains, drinking tea for over a thousand years, visitors will feel the peaceful life of local people here.
Suoi Giang is a highland commune in Van Chan district. It’s about 180 km from Hanoi, located at an altitude of nearly 1,400 m above sea level. It is home of four ethnic groups, including Hmong, Kinh, Dao and Tay, of whom the Mong people account for more than 98% of the remaining ethnic groups.
Due to the custom of living in each village, the H’mong ethnic group still retains its own special cultural features. Whenever there is a family house in the village, people come together to help. Like H’Mong people in other parts of the province. H’mong people in Suoi Giang mainly live on the high slopes. That’s why their houses are always designed with structure suitable with complicated terrain, habitat, weather, extreme weather.
The greatest pleasure of many visitors when coming here is to enjoy the specialty of San Tuyet tea near the right at the cradle of tea plantation of the world. Suoi Giang is famous for its hundreds of years old San Tuyet tea trees, up to 100 cm in diameter. San Tuyet tea here grows naturally in sub-climate sub-year cool, no need to fertilize but still sprouting green buds.
In addition, visitors can visit the low tea hills with charming natural scenery and participate in the simple, simple life of the H’mong people at the foot of the mountain. With natural scenery and fresh climate. Suoi Giang is an interesting place for visitors to stay, especially every spring.
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