As one of the most amazing landmark in Sapa, Giang Ta Chai village has so much to offer. Nestled on Fansipan Mountain foot, which is approximately 15 kilometers away from the center of Sapa. It is a perfect getaway for those who desire to indulge in heart-touching landscape, colorful traditional customs of ethnic minorities and marvelous mountain ranges.
Giang Ta Chai village, first and foremost impresses visitors for its marvelous sightseeing. Lying deep in old trees and bamboo groves, the village is actually a gorgeous picture of soaring mountains, light yellow rice terraced fields, and dreamy streams. From the main road leading to the village, you will encounter a challengingly small and narrow path. A visit to Giang Ta Chai village offers you an opportunity to admire the stunning beauty of Muong Hoa Stream as well as Giang waterfall.
What’s more, it is an attractive spot that stirs travelers’ interest for taking exciting adventures like a chance to challenge them with interesting trekking paths crossing green bamboo forest. Moreover, travelers should not miss to trek through rice fields or go through suspension bridge to get to the other side of the river. Or head up the mountain to Su Pan Village and obtain interesting homestay experience.
Giang Tai Chai is where the Red Dao ethnic minority lives, so exploring the village is like a journey to get an insight into the local people’s lives and their unique culture and tradition. By meeting and communicating with the Red Dao – the second biggest ethnic group of minority community, you will have best experience relating to distinct culture’s and tradition’s quintessence. It is much more interesting to learn some ethnic language which is different from other parts of Vietnam. Additionally, grab a chance to indulge in unique traditional folk songs, meaningful dances as well as the world of colorful handicrafts.