The beautiful Rattan Bridge (Cau May), is associated with the rattan rope traversing the romantic Muong Hoa stream, amid the peaceful hill tribe villages. This should not be missed on your trip to Ta Van village, on fog days, go on Cau May, you will feel like you are floating away on a cloud.
The Rattan Bridge used to be the only bridge for the local residents to go to/from the center of Sapa to Ta Van village. Now it serves as an iconic attraction for travelers to Ta Van village.
The Rattan Bridge was renovated and maintained for tourists to visit, and try both exciting and thrilling feeling when crossing the bridge, each plank separated by 20cm size, bridge swung slightly, it’s worth a try. Take our half day tour to visit this beautiful rattan bridge.
Looking up the bridge from the stream below you will feel the serenity of the hill tribe village. Sometimes you can witness some Dao or Giay ethnic girls, in traditional costume holding an umbrella as a model for photographing on the bridge, that creates incredibly beautiful spectacle.