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Sapa Tours From Singapore

Escape your city and Discover the hidden charm of Sapa

Sapa remote villages - Bac Ha Market - Fansipan Mountain

$ 275 / pax

Hanoi - Sapa - Muong Hoa Valley - Cable Car to Fansipan 

$ 158 / pax

Hanoi - Sapa - Muong Hoa Valley - Love waterfall

$ 150 / pax

Singapore - Hanoi - Ninh Binh - Sapa - Halong Bay

$ 318 / pax

Hanoi - Ninh Binh - Sapa - Halong Bay

$ 399 / pax

Singapore - Hanoi - Sapa - Mu Cang Chai - Hanoi

$ 280 / pax

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Top Reasons you should take Sapa Tours

Breathtaking landscape

Being a mountainous town as well as Vietnam’s highest leisure tourist attraction above sea level, Sapa is renowned for magnificent scenery with spreading mountain ranges as well as rice terraces, which are created by human since a long time ago, lie on superb mountains until the horizon. Stunning mountainous beauty which is harmoniously combined between natural and man-made is indeed enchanting to anyone visiting Sapa.

Appealing adventurous trekking routes

Nestled in Hoang Lien Son Moutain Range, one of the greatest ranges in Vietnam, Sapa attracts tourists with adventurous trekking routes, which bring bird’s eye view with an awe-inspiring scenery like no other. You will be surely overwhelmed by completely peaceful and unspoilt remote areas. Leaving the busy daily life behind and taking the opportunity to explore incredible Sapa will bring you unforgettable memories.

Distinctive local culture

Sapa is home to different ethnic minority groups, the majority among them is H’mong, which is occupied over half of the total residence. Living separately from modern civilization, people here have thrived under unique conditions. Indigenous customs associated with terrace agriculture have been maintained from generation to generation for a long time, which make Sapa become an ideal destination for culturally adventurous travellers.

Amazingly temperate weather

Staying around 1600 meters above water level, Sapa has seasonal changing weather with a temperate climate, which could be varied from 5 to 8 Celcius degree lower than lowland cities. You can even feel the weather of four seasons within a day: misty and humid as Spring in the early morning, sunny and cloudless as Summer in almost daytime, freshly cool as Autumn in the twilight and pretty cold as Winter in the evening. Pleasant weather has led Sapa to be an appealing hideaway escaping the heat of the North Vietnam's summer.


Singapore to Sapa Information

How far is it from Singapore to Sapa?
The distance between Singapore and Sapa is 2340 km. The road distance is 3285.7 km.

How long does it take to get from Singapore to Sapa?
It takes approximately 10h 59m to get from Singapore to Sapa, including transfers.

How long is the flight from Singapore to Sapa?
The quickest flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Noi Bai International Airport is the direct flight which takes 3h 10m.

What is the time difference between Singapore and Sapa?
Sapa is 1h behind Singapore.

Which airlines fly from Singapore Changi Airport to Noi Bai International Airport?
Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet Air, Singapore Airlines, AirAsia, Bamboo Airways, Scoot Tigerair offer flights from Singapore Changi Airport to Noi Bai International Airport.

Sapa Overview & Travel Map

Has been one of the destinations for the leisure of French during the colonial time in Vietnam, Sapa, which is known as “The town in the mist”, nestles in sublime Hoang Lien Son mountain range with all the best of a mountainous tourist attraction: awe-inspiring natural beauty, mild weather and unique local culture. Having a new appearance with diverse service from eco to luxury service, Sapa nowadays welcomes a diverse range of visitors come here to explore this exotic land.

Location: Sapa is a district of Lao Cai Province with the centre is Sapa Town. Sapa is around 300 km far from Hanoi to the NorthWestern, near the border with China.

Population: approximately 62,670 (mentioning Sapa District, including Sapa Town)

Area: around 681 km2 square kilometers

Average Temperature: varies from 19 to 27 Celcius Degree in the Summer while just around from 7 to 14 Celcius Degree in the Winter.

Highlights: Stunning natural beauty, pleasant weather, trekking/ hiking routes, local ethnic minority culture.

Sapa Travel Map - Sapa Tours From Hanoi

When Is The Best Time To Visit Sapa?

The suitable time to travel to Sapa: Sapa has cool weather for a year, you can experience both four seasons in one day: Winter, Summer, Fall and Spring. However the optimum time to journey at Sa Pa is Rice Terrace – Sapa.

About March to May and Sept to Nov! This is a perfect time of weather in Sa Pa, besides, you will find lots of intriguing festivals within this time.

In Apr and May: This is the great time for the person who loves to find the perspective of planting rice on the terraced area of folks, when there’s also the blossom season. It is time for the photographers. – At the end of Sept is the ripe rice season: The gorgeous yellow covers Sa Pa at this time. This is the best selection for tourists.

What are the most amazing things to do in Sapa?

Trekking along rice terraces, tribal villages and mountainous terrains

Mountainous areas of northern Vietnam are among the best places all over the country for trekking, and Sapa is not out of this bucket list. Taking a trekking route in Sapa is the possibility to help you get out of the tourist trails, lead you to explore remote places, which are completely off the beaten track. Natural dramatic scenery in Sapa must be one of the most spectacular views that you've ever witnessed in your life. In case you prefer a less challenging journey, a short hiking route within a day or to nearby villages, along popular main roads is also a great option. As Sapa offers a wide range of trekking and hiking routes from easy to hard level, you can choose the route which is the most suitable for you, depending on your trekking skills and ability.

Explore the indigenous culture

Local culture is a unique charm that Sapa attracts tourists beside the amazing landscape. The distinct living condition has helped local ethnic communities here create their own traditions and customs which are different from the others. You can easily experience Sapa’s lifestyle through local markets, the fair for all trade among locals and only take place on specific dates in a month. To get to closer to their daily life, don’t hesitate to try visiting tribal villages through your trekking route, tasting local food, staying overnight with locals in rustic stilt houses and directly seeing how local costumes and traditional handicrafts are made. Their very unique way of life harmoniously associated with nature in Sapa is always tempting for you to come and explore.

Herbal Bath – Authentic Therapy in Sapa

Well-known as a healthy treatment which is signature therapy by Red Dao People in Sapa, a traditional herbal bath can be the most outstanding experience with Sapa locals ever. Depending on using purpose, the number of ingredients in Red Dao herbal water can vary from 10 to even 100. Average time to take a herbal bath is around 20 - 30 minutes with the warmth of water must be around 35 Celsius Degree. Not only as a popular refreshing remedy helping the entire body recover from fatigue, but Red Dao’s herbal water also has many other positive effects on blood circulation, bone suffering and skin detox. Soaking in herbal water and immerse yourself in relaxation will be good therapy for your health after a busy day exploring Sapa.

Visit numerous places for amazing sights

There are numerous places which are ideal for having a bird’s eye view overlooking Sapa’s breathtaking scenery. You can easily set off some of them in your trip, which are not forcing you have a trekking route such as: Tram Ton Pass – Heaven’s Gate (a superb place to see panoramic view of great valley below and O Quy Ho Pass – one of four greatest passes in NorthWestern Vietnam), Ham Rong Mount (ideal location to enjoy the imposing panorama of Sapa town and a part of SunWorld Fansipan Legend leading to Fansipan Peak) or just a cafeteria along Fansipan, Violet and Muong Hoa Road, which has balcony or outside terrace to witness the great view of Sapa’s beauty, etc.

Take a cable car ride to Indochina Summit

Being Indochina Summit with the height of 3143m above sea level, Mount Fansipan is a truly tough challenge for anyone who dreams of standing on top of Indochina once in a lifetime. Instead of climbing from two to four days before, the cable car journey operated by SunWorld Fansipan Legend has shortened the time conquering Fansipan within around 15 minutes. The cable car ride is not too long, but it is enough for you to admire the beautiful natural landscape which is thousands of meters away underneath. After arriving at the cable station on the top, it will take about 20 – 30 minutes to climb 600 more stairs to reach Fansipan peak, the roof of Indochina. Standing on the Peak, which is over 3000 metres above the sea level – an unimaginable altitude, and widen your eyes to surrounding mountains peaks among a sea of the clouds is indeed a priceless moment of your whole lifetime. You’d better spend half of a day to explore SunWorld Fansipan Legend which is a huge complex of spiritual, recreation, cuisine and sightseeing in Sapa.