Along with the terraced fields, the highland market is considered as a difficult point to fade on the journey to explore the land of Mu Cang Chai. In the high market market, you can feel more clearly the life, people bring special features between the majestic clouds of Mu Cang Chai.
Fair market is the exchange of goods and exchanges between cultures in the local ethnic. The “North West color” market with the participation of 13 communes in Mu Cang Chai district is divided into small pavilions with special features: Kim Noi commune with specialty of glutinous rice wine, Che Cu Nha village, Lao Chai commune, Khao Mang commune, Mo De commune, Nam Khat commune, Lao Pha commune with H’Mong dresses, Thai skirts are delicately woven; La Pan Tan commune with specialty rice wine …
Most of the products in the market ” North West color ” are made by people themselves very sophisticated, beautiful. All of the local products sold at the market are crystallized by labor, demonstrating the diligence and skill of the upland people; It also reflects the culture of each nation.
Each market is rich and varied and bold local identity. People come to the market for a lot of reasons, not necessarily the need to trade that they consider it the best place to meet young men and women meet after hard working days.
One year market was held once in Mu Cang Chai on the occasion of the festival, so every year there are festivals, the annual market is crowded.
Local people in the communes of Mu Cang Chai district from all over the town to “play” the market. Saying “play” market because most local people come here do not buy. They came to see the products themselves, to drink rice bowls cooked by hand, to meet friends. At the end of the market, the place where rice wine is sold in La Pan Tan is probably the most attractive place for tourists. From early morning to late afternoon, always crowded tourists come in and out. Warm wine, drink one, two bowls, guests were drunk.
In the highland market, you can fell deeply beautiful people between the majestic mountains of Mu Cang Chai district.