Nestled in the middle of Ta Van paradise, Sali House is simple but always gives visitors a strange feeling, a feeling of first love, simple but memorable. So, if you’re planning to make Sapa tours, then don’t forget to try staying in Sali House to get to know why this place is called the wood house in dream by anyone who once stayed here.
Ta Van is widely compared as a paradise of Northern Vietnam by the majestic scenery of Hoang Lien Son Range. Not only that, pure streams winding at the bottom of the terraced fields also makes Ta Van more attractive than any other tourist spots. And Sali House was born as a perfect place for tourists to stay when coming to Ta Van, Sapa.
The poetic beauty of Sali House in Sapa
Located at the end of Ta Van village, Sali House owns a cute, easy to remember name, just like the way it looks. At any corners of the homestay, you can admire the view of green nature. This will definitely be an unforgettable experience for any guest staying here.
Staying at Sali House, you will have chance to enjoy the freshest atmosphere ever. You can explore the ancient rock reefs with age of more than 2500 years. A 10 minute walk from Sali House, and you will meet a pure stream with crystal water currents, you can also try to conquer the nearby hills on the way going to Giang Ta Chai village, cross the Cloud bridge, learn about the life of the ethnic people here, or enjoy Sapa’s delicious specialties like Thang Co, chicken hot pot, sticky rice,… After a day full of discovering activities, you can use the foot massage service served by the local people.
A specialty that you can easily find here
In the evening, you can go to the gathering area of Sali House to chat with new people and make new friends. Or if you like being alone, you will still admire a sparkling starry sky and relax while enjoying the peace that you can’t find in urban area.
Many people who come to Sali House simply want to escape from the urban slur. For them, just a cool, pleasant and quiet place to read is really a paradise.
There will always be a lovely kitchen in Sali House, and that means you can go to the market and cook for yourself at no additional cost. In addition to the prepared breakfast, Sali House also offers you free rice, coffee, tea, boiled water, candles and essential medicines to ensure you have the most complete holiday.
Inside Sali House with rustic but very romantic decoration
Sali House is very large and is one of the houses built of Po Mu wood that’s nearly 100 years old. There are 5 rooms here, including 3 double rooms, 1 triple room and 1 four-bed room for $ 30, $ 40 and $ 50. In addition to the bedroom, the homestay also has a living room, a small library, a common yard, a very large kitchen with every cooking utensils.
And yet, Sali House has extra bathrooms that can look outside and a common bathroom, both with hot and cold water. If you are traveling in large groups and want to be private, you can rent a homestay for only $120 per night. Pillows in Sali House is a 100% handmade indigo dyed nappies made by native H’mong people themselves.