12.08.2021, 08:49

Hang Tau ‘original’ in Moc Chau

SON LA – The H’Mong village in Hang Tau has a peaceful, unspoiled landscape with a “2-no” life – no electricity and no mobile signal.

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Hang Tau ‘original’ in Moc Chau
Blogger Bui Ngoc Cong (born in 1998), a native of Quang Nam, commonly known as Rot, owns a personal page “Blog of Rot”. Cong has a hobby of travel, photography, and shares on the online community beautiful sets of travel photos across the country such as Ha Giang, Son La, Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Ninh Binh, Hue, Hoi An, and Da Nang. , Dak Lak, Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Quoc…
In early January 2021, Cong had a memorable experience in Hang Tau village in Ta No 1 village, Chieng Hac commune, which is considered one of the most pristine places in the Moc Chau plateau, far from the town center. Moc Chau is about 18 km. Called a village, but actually, Hang Tau is a farming and agricultural production area of ​​about 1 hectare. Due to the wild and charming scenery, the village has been known to tourists in recent years.
The H’Mong people used to call it Tau cave, while the backpackers named it “Nguyen Thuy Cave”. Hang Tau has not been located on Google maps, when coming to Moc Chau town, visitors should ask the locals for directions. In which, the section from Ta No 1 to Hang Tau is about 7 km of a rocky and bumpy road, so those who drive motorbikes must be very firm.
The H’Mong wooden houses are located in isolated clusters in the valley, leaning against the rocky mountains, surrounded by green forests, orchards and green cornfields. At present, there are nearly 20 households of H’Mong ethnic group living, working in farming and fields, living mostly self-sufficient.
People build simple wooden houses as a resting place and make wooden shacks to raise wild boars, goats, chickens, and ducks and raise them in a large grassy field, visitors can easily catch sight of tiny pigs running around. gasoline around mom. The entrance to the village is fenced with wooden slats to keep animals out.
The most impressive thing for Cong is that life here is really peaceful, the air is cool, only listening to birdsong and the cries of cattle and poultry.
Hang Tau is pristine with “2 nos” that are no electricity and no phone waves, and domestic water is taken from water sources on the mountain. Each season here has its own landscape and beauty, especially in spring, on the way to Hang Tau, visitors will encounter blooming plum blossoms beside cornfields and grasslands.
Locals said that if you come here in the rainy season from July to August, you will have a different experience, the muddy road is more difficult to go, in addition, due to the limestone terrain and underground caves, after the rain, the steppe here is here. will be flooded.
Visitors to Hang Tau village rarely see children, usually on Saturdays and Sundays, only children follow their parents to the fields. Because the distance from the village to Ta No. 1 village is quite far, there are mainly adults in Hang Tau to facilitate farming and breeding.
In addition to taking photos at Hang Tau, visitors can also immerse themselves in the simple life of the H’Mong, experience the cultivation, husbandry and embroidery of the people’s skirts, and the people digging bamboo shoots, catching chickens, etc. Roast chicken and enjoy corn wine. In particular, visitors should stay at night, enjoy grilled potatoes by the embers and listen to the sound of insects chirping late at night.
With its pristine nature, Hang Tau is becoming an ideal destination in the journey of those who love to explore and experience Moc Chau. Note, visitors should clean up trash before leaving. Follow vnexpress

Photo: Bui Ngoc Cong

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