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Where to Stay in Mu Cang Chai

Considered as an off-the-beaten-path destination, Mu Cang Chai, is famous for the terraced rice fields and fabulous views of the Vietnamese ethnic countryside.

The best time to visit Mu Cang Chai is September – October.

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The scenic drive to get to Mu Cang Chai 

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In this mountainous region of Vietnam, you can find homestays and guesthouses with limited facilities.

Mu Cang Chai Homestays – most homestays/guesthouses are called “Nha Nghi” in Vietnamese

Tay Bac Homestay
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Currently, they don’t have an online booking option yet. The host is super hospitable. 

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This homestay has built-over mini huts in the back of the wooden-house serving as the restaurant overlooking the rice fields.

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We ordered the Mu Cang Chai rice wine with grilled chicken for dinner. The stir-fried morning glory vegetable is also a great pairing with hot white rice on a cold night. Highly recommend the grilled chicken paired with the Mu Cang Chai rice wine!

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Wine made from the rice picked at the Mu Cang Chai paddies – the alcohol concentration is 29.5%

Mu Cang Chai Eco Lodge
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This property has a good location and comes with free WiFi and hot water for shower, but the price is more on the higher end at Mu Cang Chai.

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Hello Mu Cang Chai Homestay
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This property has a great view of the Mu Cang Chai rice paddies.

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Mu Cang Homestay
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You can make an online reservation and pay at the homestay at this property. This property has basic facilities and is a great value for the price.

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