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Cao Son Market - Sapa

Cao Son Market always open on Wednesday.

Upstream the Chay River about 25 km to the north of Coc Ly market, the distant Cao Son market is simply set in a fascinating nature and surrounded mountains which covered by lush plantation and terraced rice paddies and cornfields. Most the participants are Flower H’mong, Black Zao, Nung, Tu Di, Pa Di ethnic create villages in the surrounding area to add more colors to the market. Cheerful and smiling faces are anywhere at the market place and the peoples treat like close friends meeting again after long time away. It is simple to recognize women from different groups through traditional costumes they put on while men’s dress are unlike.

Furthermore, a journey here to the market in combine with discovering and visiting the villages nearby is a special offer to those who dare to forget modern facilities of city life and dedicate time and energy to the discovery of the local traditional values.

The road journey here takes about 2 and a half hours from Lao Cai (75km) and 3,5 hours from Sapa (115Km)

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