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How is it to hike in Sapa, north Vietnam?

Hiking to Cat Cat Village in Sapa is one of the must dos in North Vietnam
– The paved route is a long and narrow cobbled staircase crossing few Hmong community settlements or more often, plantations and wilderness.
– Few old Hmong women in their traditional attires and jewelry know the everyday tourist routine and offer to be photographed in exchange for a few thousand Dongs – Vietnamese currency.
– Hmong people display a distinct form of artistry in Cat Cat Village. Be it dyed fabrics or other hand-made crafts.
– You get to cross hanging bridges and witness Hmong traditional dance forms.
– In this northern village of Vietnam, Hmong folks seem to enjoy selling most of their food roasted / barbecued.

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