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Sapa Attractions

Sapa-home to several ethnic minorities

Choice views of Fansipan are the prime commodity on sale in Lao Cai’s signature destination, Sapa, a hill station high in the mountains which is a vestige of the French colonial era. Before the French came, Sapa was home to several ethnic minorities, and now that the French are gone — they’re still there. Dzao,

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Sapa minorities ‘s life

Sapa is sharply stratified — almost all the businesses in town are owned and staffed by Viet Kinh, and the only trade the tribes do is on the streets in the form of handicrafts, fruits and vegetables. The fact that the tribes continue to live a very basic existence is partly economic and partly cultural.

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Fansipan Mountain – “the Roof of Indochina”

Location: Fansipan Mountain is located 9km south-west of Sapa Townlet in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. Characteristics: Fansipan is branded “the Roof of Indochina” at the height of 3, 143m; Fansipan Mountain is to be approved as one of the very few eco-tourist spots of Vietnam, with about 2, 024 floral varieties and 327 faunal

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Ham Rong Mountain in Sapa

Ham Rong Mountain, situated in the center of Sapa town, is a impressive tourist attraction. According to Legend, once upon a time there were a couple of dragons so mad in love that while a biblical flood was rising but they didn’t know. When they awoke, it was too late for them to escape from

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Sapa love market (Saturday evenings)

Sapa is also famous for its love market, which takes place on saturday evenings. The love market of Sapa used to be the place to find a partner to get married. With the tourism, the real love market does not take place anymore. Currently you can only see a representation of the love market. Do

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Lung Phin Market (Sunday)

Location : Lung Phin market is 12km from Bac Ha, 82km from Lao Cai and about 120km from Sapa Lung Phin market is small market between Can Cau market and Bac Ha.It’s less busy than other markets, and opens on Sunday.If most of the mountain markets in Vietnam happen on weekend, Lung Phin is a

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Binh Lu & Tam Duong Market (Every Sunday )

Binh Lu and Tam Duong market is located on the other side of Sapa, passing the 1900 meter Tram Ton pass, Viet Nam’s highest mountain pass and considered the most beautiful stretch of road in the country. The town is bustling with activity as the local hill tribes gather for their weekly market day, amazing

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Xin Cheng Market (every Wednesday)

Xin Cheng market opens on every Wednesdays. It offers the opportunity to discover a colourful gathering point of many local minorities (Flower Hmong, Tay or Giay). On the way to the Bac Ha market along the Chinese border, you will enjoy amazing mountain scenery, charming rivers and terraced rice fields. People from vicinities meet at

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Lung Khau Nhin market (every Thursday)

Taking place every Thursday, Lung Khau Nhin Market is a small market hiding itself amongst the mountains and forests of the far north Vietnam about 10 km from the border with China.This Lung Khau Nhin is small market but still keeps its originals. The Flower H’mong and Black Dao people will come to this market

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Ancient Rock Field in Sapa

Sapa ancient carved rock spreads out on the territory of three communes of Ta Van, Hau Thao and Su Pan. It is located in Muong Hoa valley with an area of about 8 km2. Located on the steep winding mountain road,Sapa Ancient Rock Field ancient rock carving ground is consisted of 159 small and large

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Muong Hum market (every sunday)

Muong Hum located in Bat Xat district, about 50km far from Laocai. Muong Hum Market is set on open flat land at the bottom of a large and scenic valley by a small river and surrounded by terraced rice paddies. It is often empty and quiet on the other weekday, waken up and busy on

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Pha Long market (every Saturday morning)

Location : Coming to Pha Long market takes 2 hours by road from Lao Cai town (68km) and 3 hours from Sapa 95km. Just few kilometers away from Chinese border, on a hill top amongst perfect nature setting, the Pha Long Market is a very rural and seldomly visited by tourists. Every Saturday morning, local

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Muong Khuong market (every Sunday)

Location: Muong Khuong is 50km from Lao Cai, 1.5 hour to drive and 87km from Sapa, which takes approximately 2.5 hours. Bordering with Chinese Yunnan Procince, Muong Khuong is a district of Lao Cai Province which is home to a diversity of ethnic minority groups including H’mong, Zao, Nung, Pa Zi and Tu Zi. Located

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Cao Son market (every Wednesday)

Opening: On every Wednesday Best time to visit: from 09:00 to 12:00 How to get there: The road trip here takes about 2 and a half hours from Lao Cai (75km) and 3 and a half hours from Sapa (115Km) Upstream the Chay River about 25 km to the north of Coc Ly market, near

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Can Cau market

Can Cau market is one of Vietnam’s most fascinating open –air market, and isolated market which takes place only on Saturday every week. This is a lovely local market which still retains the local quaint and authentic. Can cau market information Location : Can cau market is 30 minutes from Bac Ha(22km), nearly 3 hours

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Endless love for cuisine in Sapa!

Being compared as amazing destination for newly-married couple and foreign tourists, Sapa, which is far 350 km north-west from Ha Noi. Locating at altitude of 1500-1650m, Sapa is embraced by magnificent appearance with green forest, majestic mountains or romantic falls. Surprisingly, if tourists fail to experience Vietnamese climate, Sapa holds the key to your nuisance.

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Food’s Aroma of Sapa – unbelievably delicious !

Sapa is famous for not only beautiful, grandiose landscape but also numerous kinds of food which attract tourists. I am sure that this land is a promising destination for every tourist. If you have no idea about cuisine in Sapa, let me give you some suggestions. 1. Roasted food Your trip will be less exciting

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Love paradise with beautiful flowers on Ham Rong Moutain

Ham Rong Mountain not only does the most attractive place to have a panorama of Sapa but also is widely renowned as the royal garden with wide range of flowers blooming all year round.Ham Rong Mountain is currently the most well-known tourist destination in Sapa due to the favorable center situation. Situated right adjacent to

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Ta Phin Village – Home of Red Dao ethnic minority

If you have an opportunity to visit Sapa, don’t forget to reach to Ta Phin Village, one of the most attractive destinations that located about 17km from Sapa town to the east. With the wonderful natural beauty and the unique cultural features of the Red Dao ethnic group, Ta Phin is an extremely suitable choice

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Unique and special architecture of Sapa

Sapa is not only a wonderful destination of culture, cuisine, and tourism attractions but also a land famous for unique architectural buildings. The architecture of Sapa in particular and Lao Cai in general may be divided into two main styles. One is traditional style of local ethnic groups, the other is the Western style with

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