Located in the Northern highland, about 17km far away from Sapa town, Supan is a desolate village because of the small number of villagers living here. Therefore, tourists will be able to enjoy your relaxing time with nature and village lifestyle without being distracted by commercialization.
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Supan village has 4 small hamlets of Black Hmong and Red Dao people, Black Hmong is about 90% of the total Supan’s villagers. Because it is a poor village, Supan does not have the noisy of business or commercial activities like some other villages. The wild beauty of the scenery and the simple daily life of the locals still remain here so tourists will have a chance to experience a real day of highland people.
Until now, most of Supan's villagers still gain their living based on agriculture. It is easy for you to see the locals wearing traditional costumes and working hard on terraced fields. However, optimistic smiles are always available on their faces.
Besides agriculture, Supan villagers also make brocade products for sale to increase their income. A group of women talking with each other while embroidering brocade is a familiar image that you often see in Supan village. They have traditional patterns on the products such as colorful birds, flower,s and zigzag symbol, etc. so that tourists can buy it as a souvenir.
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