Despite being very close to the bustling Sapa town, Cat Cat village still retains its peaceful beauty because of the wild nature and typical cultural space of H’Mong people.
Cat Cat village is about 2-3 km from Sapa, the road is easy to travel, so most people who have ever traveled to Sapa have been to Cat Cat. Guests can choose to walk around the village or stay at Home – stay in the village. The first impression of each tourist is a peaceful picture of the folds of chalets concentrated on revolving at the foot of the mountain.
The village was formed in the 19th century with many ethnic groups, but mostly Black Hmong. The name comes from the French who named the waterfall in Cat Cat village, and chose the area around the waterfall as a resort, then people call it around Cat Cat. At that waterfall, there is Cat Cat hydroelectric power station dating from 1925 built by the French, which is also an interesting place to visit.