Cau May in Ta Van Giay village is world famous through artistic photos. Tourists coming to the “city in the mist” always want to check-in at this place. Located in the beautiful Muong Hoa valley, Ta Van Giay village in recent years has become a famous tourist destination in Sapa Vietnam. In particular, many tourists enjoy the uniquely designed homestay model and everyone hopes to take a check-in photo at Cau May – a famous bridge in the world. About 10 km from the center of Sapa Town, the road to Ta Van G tourist village winds along the slope. From the car window or before the eyes of motorbike drivers are endless mountain ranges. Below are peaceful, romantic villages in the mist, unique terraced fields.
Located next to it is Muong Hoa stream
Located next to it is Muong Hoa stream flowing day and night. On the inter-commune road to Ta Van Giay village, currently, Sa Pa town government has designed 2 lookout floors, with clean toilets for tourists to stop to rest and admire the beautiful mountain and forest scenery. in the North West region. The most famous in Ta Van commune is Ta Van Giay village in Sapa Vietnam. In this highland commune, there are nearly 250 restaurants, homestays, motels and hotels all managed and operated by local ethnic people.
But the most famous is Ha Meo restaurant, owned by Mr. Le Van Ha (70 years old) at the beginning of Ta Van village, where the May bridge across Muong Hoa stream is famous at home and abroad. Swinging on the May Bridge below is the murmuring Muong Hoa stream, a memorable experience for visitors when coming here. The May Bridge was originally a bridge to serve the travel needs of the people, so each village in the area took turns building. Houses with many fields must contribute 90 rattan strands, those with few rattan fields must also contribute 30 rattans, each strand is 45 fathoms long.
Raw materials are completely taken from rattan trees
Raw materials are completely taken from rattan trees, and the planks are made of Pomu wood. The two ends of the load-bearing rope cling to large trees on both sides of the stream, including a fig tree over 200 years old. By 1964, when an iron bridge appeared, the May bridge was no longer used. In 2005, Mr. Le Van Ha restored it to attract tourists. However, the Cloud Bridge is famous around the world since 2006 when American photographer Skip Nall took pictures while traveling in Sapa Vietnam. Later, the Lao Cai Provincial Tourism Promotion Information Center said that the world-famous Swedish home furniture company IKEA is selling a beautiful and very strange photo of the Ta Van rattan bridge in the mountain mist by American photographer Skip Nall, taken while traveling with friends in Sa Pa.
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