There is an original Sapa Vietnam named… Hau Thao

Hau Thao, Sapa is a little-known place, that's why it still retains the most unique things of Sapa, from people to scenery. It is a different Sapa from what you usually see

Hau Thao, Sapa is a little-known place, that’s why it still retains the most unique things of Sapa, from people to scenery. It is a different Sapa from what you usually see in the central region with lots of concrete and artificial structures. This Sapa will not have a cable car to Fansipan Legend with dozens of artificial landscapes, no Westernized beauty of Sun Plaza or the Muong Hoa mountain train, no frustrating commercialism of Cat Cat in Sapa Vietnam, and no Wooden huts watching the sunset on the heavenly gate of O Quy Ho pass.

Hau Chu Ngai village belongs to Hau Thao commune, located on high land in SaPa. Most of the people here are Mong people. It is a particularly difficult village. Cloud hunting here is truly wonderful. When researching the itinerary, I was very sad to see how my “dream Sapa” when I was 18 years old is now so commercialized. Sapa town is like a big construction site with lots of dirt and rocks to build roads and buildings. And without hesitation, I put in my plan the last 2 days of living in the middle of the village, in a place called “the place where Sapa still retains its most pristine beauty”.

After 10km of extremely bumpy mountain roads

After 10km of extremely bumpy mountain roads, we finally arrived. Utopia Eco Lodge is an isolated accommodation area (I don’t know what to name it, the resort is too luxurious, the homestay is not really) located on a steppe next to a stream, surrounded by mountains. Terraced fields, bamboo forests in Sapa Vietnam… Especially at Utopia you can watch both sunrise and sunset at the same place. This area is located in a valley so we had to walk down a quite far road. And as soon as you hear the gurgling sound of the stream, it’s time. The dogs here are strangely friendly, coming out to greet me like their owner returning from a long trip. After changing clothes, according to the owner, we called the two dogs “Rainy, Uto, go to the waterfall, go to the waterfall!”

So they took me to the real waterfall. “People’s dogs” are not in the legend! Accidentally meeting some ethnic children, she took me through Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa Vietnam and listened to their family stories and school stories. Seeing how simple and pure the children are. The children led us along the terraced fields with water pouring down the valley floor, to the waterfall, to the Real Cloud Bridge (not the bridge that charges 10,000 to take pictures like in Ta Van).

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