Sapa is a famous tourist destination in Vietnam. Each place in Sapa has its own beauty.
Nam Cang is a small village in there, but it so nice. The following article will give you an overview of this village.
Terraces in Nam Cang
Nam Cang terraces are not as vast as in Ta Van, Lao Chai, but narrow valleys, many stone cat ears. In addition to the beauty of soft curves, terraces here fascinate visitors by the small rice hut as the pigeons are lovely and unique. Most of the rice tent is made of solid wood, with stilt-style architecture with stairs up and high floor to avoid snakes and animals.
Although small area, but each tent rice cultivation of Red Dao people in Nam Cang commune is extremely important. It is a sunny lunch break, cooking of the family when entering the transplant or harvest. It is also a place to store rice, maize after harvest, store plows, motorcycles and other necessary tools in production, or where chicken, duck.
The season of rice in Nam Cang, you will be looking at peace and poetic picture. Among the giant mirrors reflecting the sky or the golden color of ripe rice are the lovely little tents as in the fairytale, creating a peaceful scene of mountain villages. At noon and noon, the kitchen smoke from the rice hut flew up, mingled with white mist.
Each rice tent is associated with the story of family life, cultural identity, customs, unique habits of the highland Nam Cang. Although each year in the rice tent only lasted about 3 months in the plowing season or rice season, but always full of memories with the people of highland here.
Education in Nam Cang
Nam Cang education is flourishing. This is a joyous sign of an upland commune with endless efforts of local authorities, schools and especially the enthusiasm of the teachers. Development education is an important foundation for a changing, prosperous and prosperous life. In 2009, Nam Cang was honored to receive the title of Labor Hero in the Doi Moi (Renovation), one of the first three communes of Lao Cai province, one of the first 27 communes in the country to serve in rural areas. new in 2013.
To Nam Cang this time, it is difficult to imagine in a remote commune, schools at all levels have been built spacious, roads are light, studious students, studious. Day by day, children of ethnic Dao, Mongol nourishment to school.
The road axis of the commune, the axis of the village, the road has been basically concrete, replacing the old winding road, muddy. The canal system is solidified to meet production requirements; 100% of households have access to hygienic water; More than 97% of the households have access to the national grid, 3/3 villages have cultural houses.