Cat Cat village is a Hmong settlement and about 3 kilometers away from Sapa.
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The Hmong in Cat Cat village still live in more or less the same way as their ancestors a thousand of years ago.
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To visit Cat Cat Village, you walk through Sapa Market down the valley.
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Visitors to Cat Cat Village can discover countless unique features of H'Mong people.
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Trekking Tour to Cat Cat Village in Sapa.
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Waterfall in Cat Cat village very Beautiful.
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There are the different nice waterfalls in Cat Cat Village
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Cat Cat Village overview

Cat Cat Village is about 2km by trekking or motorbike from the Sapa town center, locates beneath Hoang Lien Son Mountain and the majestic Fansipan Mountain, was founded by the H’Mong ethnic group.

The village is a run-down and traditional neighborhood where the culture and nature of minority ethnic groups coexist. This is an ideal destination for tourists who want to explore the mountainous nature, as well as for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax in a tranquil setting like this village in Sapa.

Why visit Cat Cat Village?

Although there is no other way to get to the village other than by trekking, the weather is always cool here, and the beautiful scenery on both sides of the trekking road will make tourists enjoy their trek to this ethnic village very much. Every step brings you closer to traditional and local houses and people in the village, they are very friendly to any tourist.

The village, in particular, has its own traditional handicrafts, such as carving silver and weaving fabric…While trekking in this village, tourists can see directly the locals doing these things, and they should not miss out on purchasing some special souvenirs made directly from silver and cloth by the locals, which are very real, beautiful, and inexpensive.

The waterfalls are the most well-known feature of Cat Cat Village. These waterfalls flow all year, but because there is so much water, they are especially beautiful during the rainy season. When you arrive at this village, you will also see and hear local traditional music and songs; this show is free and held every hour.

Tourists trekking to the village will see some small and poor children on the trekking roads, so if it is convenient for you, bring some candies to give to the poor children here, they will be very surprised and grateful for your kind action.

How to travel to Cat Cat Village?

Cat Cat village is only about 1.5 kilometers from the center of Sapa town, and it is close to Sin Chai Village, which is a must-see on any trip to Sapa, so it is very easy to find and trek from Sapa town to two of these beautiful villages on your own.

This village and Sin Chai villages are two of the most beautiful villages in northern Vietnam where the traditional habits and customs of the ethnic locals are still preserved, so you should not miss exploring these two unique villages during your trip to Sapa, Vietnam.


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