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Rattan Brige, Sapa - Mist Covered The Way

The beautiful Rattan Bridge (Cau May), is associated with the rattan rope traversing the romantic Muong Hoa stream, amid the peaceful hill tribe villages. This should not be missed on your trip to Ta Van village, on fog days, go on Cau May, you will feel like you are floating away on a cloud. 
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Where is Rattan Bridge Sapa?


Rattan Bridge (Cau May) in Sapa, whose name explains what it’s made from, is a well-known bridge over Muong Hoa stream. It is 20km to the southeast of Sapa town centre. All year round, the white water flow pours down to the stream. It looks like a picture with two main colors: green from the forest and white from the waterfall.

The Rattan Bridge used to be the only bridge for the local residents to go to/from the center of Sapa to Ta Van village. Now it serves as an iconic attraction for travelers to Ta Van village.

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Most tourists pass over this brigde will have a terrible fear of heights. Because of distance of wooden planks and a fast flowing river make visitors feel dizzy. In addition, the uncertain and creaks on steps by steps on the cloud bridge in Sapa make you feel more anxious. It is also considered an unforgettable memories when arriving to Sapa, when you pass over this bridge successfully, you should go ahead to the end of way, you will see a great and big waterfall, and local people call it Giang Ta Chai Waterfall.

If you join to Sapa tours in the end of year (September to December) you will see the fog cover this brigde, you will feel like you are on paradise. It’s so great!! Rattan bridge is specially beautiful in misty days when the fog is blown up from Muong Hoa stream, which makes tourist feel like walking on clouds in heaven. That’s why many people believe that the name “May” has another meaning of “clouds” in Vietnamese. The bridge has not only aesthetic but also economic values to local tourism.

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