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Top Sapa Tours from Hanoi in Autumn

Are you looking for a Top Sapa Tours from Hanoi in this beautiful Autumn? the following suggestions might draw your attention. Sapa easy trekking and homestay 2 days 3 nights We have many perfect tours for you but it’s one of the hottest tours with the perfect time and reasonable price. In this tour package, you

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Topas Ecolodge – Unique Lodge by National Geographic

Read an article on www.nationalgeographiclodges.com about Topas Ecolodge in Sapa, Vietnam, I am even prouder of being Vietnam people. I love every single word that www.nationalgeographiclodges.com pay compliments for this place ‘Unique Lodge’. Here are some sentences that you need to pay attention, too Why Topas Ecolodge? “Topas Ecolodge opened in 2005 on a mountaintop far removed from

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Wonderful experiences in Sapa – Vietnam

Hundreds of visitors sending us the beautiful moments in Sapa – Vietnam with us sapatoursfromhanoi. Let’s spend time on their happy moments. They did the 3 day Sapa Trek. It is the best thing they did in Vietnam and something they will never forget!! This family is so cute with their little Bear and Bon. You

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Discover Sapa with a Bac Ha Market tour only with 10 beautiful photos

Bac Ha has the largest market open on Sunday in the centre of Bac Ha town. It has very beautiful colored minorities’ costumes. Here you can meet several minorities such as Flower H’Mong, Black Dzao, Nung, Phu la and Tay. The market offers a variety of local products, which can not be found in the

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Tet Holiday in Sapa Vietnam

Sapa is one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam with impressive mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and colorful hill tribal cultures. The town has a lot of tourism attractions and Lunar New Year traditions awaiting for you to discover. Tet holiday in Sapa seems to be so distinctive; it is

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New Year Holiday of H’mong People

H’mong (Mong) people don’t wait for New Year Eve. For them, the first coo of the cock in the 1st early morning is the landmark to start a new year. The H’mong includes many groups: Mong Do (White Mong), Mong Lenh (Flower Mong), Mong Si (Red Mong), Mong Du (Black Mong), Mong Sua (Mong Man).

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Muong Hoa Valley

Muong Hoa Valley is famous as an attractive tourist venue for its charming natural scenery, unique rice terraces along with the hospitable local people. Once setting foot on the spectacular valley, tourists will actually get unforgettable experiences. In the journey of exploring Sapa travel through misty high mountains in Northwest, tourists will get lost in

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Hoang Yen Chao Castle

Location & History Hoang Yen Chao Castle is a unique architectural construction combining Eastern style and Western style. Built in the 20th century, it belongs to Na Hoi Tho Village, Bac Ha district. Its proximity to Bac Ha Market (only 300m away) makes it increasingly popular in the recent years. Architecture The castle was built

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Unique Traditional Festivals In Sapa In The Spring

In the spring, there are lots of traditional festivals of ethnic minorities in the highland district of Sapa (Lao Cai) where there are the natural landscapes. 1. Gau Tao -The spring festival of the Mong ethnic group The Mong people in the North West and Sapa (Lao Cai) open Gau Tao festival on a beautiful

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What to do in first time to Sapa?

Sapa Vietnam, a laid back, mountainous town located in the territory of Lao Cai Province, is well-known for its unartful landscape and unique lifestyle and culture of numerous ethnic groups such as Red Dzao, Xa Pho, Tay, Zay, Black H’Mong. The town attracted a total amount of 1,470,000 tourists in 2014 as there are countless

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Sapa Stone Church – The unique architecture

Coming to Sapa, tourists are attracted not only by the clear beauty of the mountains, hills and waterfalls, but also by the attractive ancient architecture of the stone church. This is really an interesting destination that you should not ignore when reaching to Sapa. To help you understand more clearly about this destination, I would

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Top 5 must-see ethnic villages in Sapa

Sapa attracts visitors not only by its imposing mountain scenery, unique foods but also by a large concentration of many different ethnic groups. When tourists come there, it is a regret if they can not experience to visit five ethnic villages: Cat Cat village, Ta Phin village , Ta Van village, Ho village and Sin

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Topas Ecolodge, Sapa, Vietnam

Many tourists have chance to visit but it is not everyone who is lucky to visit at one of the most stunning resorts in Sapa as Topas Ecolodge in which you can enjoy the most valuable trip at a real smokeless tourism spot in both denotation and connotation. Perhaps, this is the unique destination in

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Boat trip on the Chay River

The Chay River runs through many mountainous provinces in the North. It not only provides alluvium soil to the fields, but also creates diversified cultural colours. The river originates on the western slope of Tay Con Linh Mountain (2,419m) and the eastern slope of Kieu Lien Ti Mountain (2,402m) in the northwest of Ha Giang

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Dao people in Sapa Vietnam

 The Dao, known as the Man or Yao in south-west China for centuries, also number a few tens of thousands in Laos, Thailand and Myanmar (formerly Burma). The Dao-Mien settled in Vietnam two to three centuries ago, depending on the area. One of the Dao’s specific cultural features is their traditional writing system using Chinese

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Unique marriage custom in Sapa

H’mong people Tourists to Cat Cat are most attracted by its unique customs, including the custom of “pulling wife” of H’mong people. A man can ask his friends to lure a girl he likes to his house and keeps her there in three days. During these days, if the girl agrees to become his wife,

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The Hmong ethnic minorities in Sapa

The Hmong, known for centuries in China by the name of Miao, used to be called the Méo in Southeast Asia. Numbering about three million, they are scattered over a vast territory stretching from south-west China (2 million) to north Vietnam (600,000), Laos (about 250,000), Thailand (150,000) and Myanmar (formerly Burma) (about 30,000). The main

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Tay people in Sapa

Economic characteristics: Source of the Tay people live on agriculture, water field. Agriculture Tay has developed relatively high. In addition to rice as staple food, people are growing more corn, potatoes, cassava and other food crops and the cultivation of tobacco on the farm. It is also an important source of income of the Tay

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Sapa markets are Vietnamese cultural beauties

The Sapa markets are attractive places for visitors who are keen on exploring traditional cultures.This cultural activity has a long history and is still significant in the modern life of the minority people. This market of the Hmong and Red Dao minorities takes place every Saturday night. The market is a place for trading and exchanging

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Exploring the Red Dao ethnicity culture in Ta Phin Village Sapa

During your Sapa tour, do not forget to visit Ta Phin Village which is located about 17 km from Sapa town. It is famous for the unique features of Red Dao ethnic groups. The road leading to Ta Phin Village is along with the winding mountainside next to the silky green terraced fields. Tourist will

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