Lung Cam village is one of Vietnam’s most beautiful village that is situated in Sung La Valley, Sung La Commune, Dong Van District, Ha Giang Province. The village attracts visitors thanks to its unique customs, traditions, and natural landscape.
Materials to build houses in Lung Cam village were produced on the spot, from soil to build wall to surrounded rock fence. All houses are about 100 years old. The moss-covered layer on the roof’s house like as expression for the survival, the challenge with time.
Apart from ancient houses have been conserved intact, people in Lung Cam currently store many cultural quintessence expressed the specific traditional festivals, folk songs, dances, instruments. Besides, the production tools reflecting daily life activities of the people will create interesting expectations for visitors.
Lung Cam Village is home to 3 ethnic groups of Mong, Lo Lo and Han. Of which 85% are Mong people. Visiting Lung Cam, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the idyllic life of ethnic minorities and enjoy specialty dishes of local people.
With wild beauty and unique cultural identity, Lung Cam Village has become the inspiration for many artists. Especially, it chose as the background for the film “Story of Pao”- the film awarded “Golden Kite” in 2005 of the Viet Nam Cinema Association.