Sin Ho district in Lai Chau province has attracted more tourists in recent years thanks to its unspoiled nature and the diverse cultures of local ethnic minorities.
Sin Ho district is 60 km west of Lai Chau city. Its north borders China’s Yunnan province and its south neighbors Tua Chua district, while Phong Tho and Muong Te district are in east and west of Sin Ho.
Visitors from Lai Chau township have to go through forests and caves and cross streams to reach to Sin Ho. The district is also accessible from Dien Bien city.
On both routes, visitors all find unspoiled natural beauty and rugged mountain terrain.
Sin Ho district is at the highest point of Lai Chau province. In the local language, Sin Ho means “place of many streams”. Continue reading “Discover Sin Ho – The second Sapa”