MAJOR CLASSIC DESTINATINONS : Sapa

Situated on the magnificent Tonkinese Alps, Sapa is a superb mosaic painting of awe-inspiring nature with beautiful valleys and towering evergreen mountains overlooking the town from all sides. At 1600 – metre altitude, Sapa is usually shrouded in stream of fog and cloud, creating even more picturesque scenery. Sapa also boasts amazingly diverse ethnic culture with colorful hill-tribal markets.

Sapa was originally home to H’Mong, Dao, Tay and Giay ethnic people. Allured by its spectacular landscape and pleasant climate, the French turned it into a resort town with church, sanatoriums and deluxe villas during 1890s. Over the last 100 years, Sapa has been an ideal retreat centre for Vietnamese urban residents and foreign travellers alike.

What To See:

Cat Cat Village

 


Fansipan Mountain

 


Sapa Market

 

Sapa Town

 

Ta Van Village

 

Lao Chai village

 

Ban Ho Village

 

Ta Phin Village

 



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