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Introduction to Sau Chua Village 

For those who love to explore the majestic natural scenery, and want to be immersed in the vast sky, the immense sea of clouds, and the idyllic villages, Sau Chua is a destination not to be missed every time you have the opportunity to Sapa. This village is located in the mountains more than 1700 meters high in Sapa town, in Sa Pa ward, and about 8 km from the town. Tourism in the village has not developed significantly, so nature is still quite wild. It seems that all the most gentle and poetic things are in the version. That is the reason that Sau Chua village is more and more known by tourists.

Cultural information

It can be said that Sau Chua is a rare place that still retains the primitive and idyllic beauty of nature, the houses of the Mong people, the deep blue sky, and the immense sea of clouds. Sau Chua will welcome visitors with the cool green color of the majestic forests, the fields behind the house and the curved terraces winding close to the foot of the mountain. Here because the residents are still quite sparse, the houses are often far apart, surrounded by gardens and beautiful green corn fields.

Sau Chua Village is one of the most beautiful and dreamy villages in Sapa that tourists should visit once. This place has the typical scenery of the Northwest, has the more indigenous culture of the Mong people, and especially the beautiful ancient rose garden like a fairy, promising to bring visitors many memorable experiences when visiting this place. 

Transport

Transport to Sau ChuaVillage

To visit this beautiful village in the Northwest, visitors can depart from the center of Sapa town, and follow the direction of Dien Bien Phu street to Lao Cai city. To the 32nd bridge, you go another 1 km to see the signpost to Sau Chua village on the right. Just follow this road, and you will reach the village which is likened to the "muse" of Sapa.

Cuisine

What’s good to eat in Sau ChuaVillage

Coming to Sau Chua village, visitors are not only overwhelmed with golden terraced fields in the middle of majestic mountains and forests but also fascinated by special dishes with the flavor of mountains such as upland sticky rice, wild bee pupae, fried bitter bamboo shoots, grilled black pork, grilled stream fish (pa pinh top), salmon, sturgeon,...

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    Information about accommodation in Sau Chua Village

    In the midst of growing and modernizing Sapa tourism, Sau Chua is one of the few villages that still retain the pristine beauty of mountains and forests, green valleys, the sea of white clouds, and traditional Hmong houses. Sau Chua will welcome visitors with the cool green color of the majestic forests, the fields behind the house and the curved terraces winding close to the foot of the mountain. Here because the residents are still quite sparse, the houses are often far apart, surrounded by gardens and beautiful green corn fields.

    Staying at homestays in the village, you will enjoy life like a local, eat the special delicacies of Sau Chua, and most importantly find yourself a feeling of peace and tranquility in the village. Beautiful highland village. When there is a need to stay at homestays, it is best to contact them in advance to avoid running out of rooms.

    The weather in Sau Chua is usually cool during the day and quite cold at night, so you should bring enough warm clothes. If you come here in winter, you need to prepare a scarf, jacket, and sports shoes to avoid getting cold.

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    Entertainment in Sau Chua Village

    Traveling to Sau Chua village, visitors will have the opportunity to check in with a series of beautiful coordinates. On the way to the village, you will encounter a large rock protruding from the shore. Sitting here, visitors can enjoy an extremely beautiful view, admire the beautiful scenery of the overlapping mountains, and cover the romantic valley picture.

    Along the roads to Sau Chua, there are also curved curves embracing beautiful terraced fields. In particular, Sau Chua's "specialty" is an extremely impressive sea of clouds, especially in the last season of the year. When people rush to the top of Fansipan to hunt for clouds, you just need to roam here to enjoy watching clouds in the early morning. 

    The snowfall may not be continuous, but every spring the Soursop is beautiful. The village has a cool climate and good soil, so people grow a lot of pears and peaches. In the last days of the old year and the beginning of the new year, Caterpillar is immersed in the bright pink color of cherries, and the whiteness of pear flowers. Perhaps that's why people call this place the "princess" or "muse" of Sapa.

    This destination in Sapa also has a famous ancient rose garden, located right in this beautiful village. Coming here, you will see a signboard with the words "Sapa Ancient Rose Hill Visiting Area", which opens up a beautiful fairy-tale space for visitors to check in and take pictures.