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How is Cloud Bridge in Sapa ?

Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus

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How is Cloud Bridge in Sapa ?

How is Cloud Bridge in Sapa ?

Cau May ( Cloud Bridge ) is located in Ta Van village, about 17 km southeast of Sapa town. From the road visitors can go along the path about 3km. The bridge crosses the  Muong Hoa river next to luxuriant flowers.

Cloud Bridge

This bridge is beautiful and it is sometimes covered with clouds in the morning. Over a long time, the bridge now is only used for the purpose of tourism.

Cloud Bridge

Cloud Bridge

If you are lucky, you can see Cloud Bridge in the fog above the Muong Hoa River, fog covered all the bridge. The feeling of bloating when passing through the bridge just like walking in the clouds, the name Cloud Bridge are born with the same meaning. Although the bridge has been degraded over time, it is still worth visiting.

To get across this bridge requires the courage of visitors because each step of the bridge is about 20cm apart. When going over here, if you look down, you will feel dizzy. However, many visitors still choose this place as a testament to their courage. This is also considered an unforgettable experience when traveling to Sapa. Once you have conquered this bridge , along the way, you will find a beautiful waterfall, local people call this waterfall is  Giang Ta Chai …

Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus

Conquer the Cloud Bridge you will come to Ta Van village, inhabited by ethnic minorities. Here you will shake off the sorrows of hustle life that blend into the natural space, living space and culture of ethnic minorities in this place. You could taste special dishes and feel the daily life of ethnic minorities such as H’Mong, Dzao, Dzay, Tay …

For traveling to Sapa and visit this bridge , you should refer to these tours:

  Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus

Sapa 3 days 2 night tour

3 days 2 nights in Sapa (homestay)

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