Must-visit tourist attractions in SapaDate28-03-2023
Sapa is a famous tourist destination in Vietnam, with beautiful landscapes of mountains, hills of tea, ethnic villages, and traditional houses. Sapa attracts many tourists to come and relax, and becomes a tourist destination thanks to its dreamy nature of the Northwest mountains and forests. Let’s take a look back at the top must-visit tourist attractions in Sapa:
1. Cat Cat Village:
A very famous tourist area in Sapa, there are many interesting and attractive things, from small roads, small houses, handicraft villages, waterfalls, Gem valley in Cat Cat village,… In the midst of the majestic and wild natural scenery of the mountains and forests, there is a small and charming rustic village that anyone who comes to Sapa must visit. Cat Cat village is fascinating with simple wooden houses, small streams flowing, and colorful brocade fabrics.
2. Ham Rong Mountain:
Located right next to the town of Sapa, the dragon-shaped mountain is famous in the misty town. The Ham Rong Eco-tourism Area is a beautiful mountain in the majestic Hoang Lien Son mountain range, about 3km from the center of Sapa. This mountain is considered one of the most famous in Sapa. The name “Ham Rong” was given to describe the shape of the mountain. In addition, this name is also used to refer to a very mysterious legend that has been passed down for generations about this mountain.
3. O Quy Ho Pass
As the largest and most beautiful pass in Sapa, Ô Quy Hồ Pass is also the longest pass in the Northwest region. It’s a popular spot for tourists to take photos and immerse themselves in nature. Known as one of the longest, most dangerous, and most spectacular mountain passes in Northern Vietnam, it spans nearly 50km and reaches an altitude of over 2,000 meters above sea level.
The scenery on Ô Quy Hồ Pass is breathtaking, with one side featuring a deep abyss and the other side showcasing towering cliffs shrouded in clouds and fog. The winding and twisting road of Ô Quy Hồ Pass poses significant risks for travelers. To ensure safety, it is necessary to drive at a reasonable speed, pay attention to convex mirrors on sharp turns, and avoid losing control while going up or down the pass. Moreover, the Ô Quy Hồ Pass has been recognized by the Vietnam Record Organization as the longest pass in Vietnam.
4. HALOSA – the newest luxury resort complex in Sapa:
Located on Fansipan street connecting Sapa Town and Cat Cat village, Halosa Spa – Lounge & Cafe – Restaurant is one of the ideal destinations to enjoy the feeling of immersing oneself in the scenery of Sapa’s sky and relaxing with the highest-class services.
With the motto “delicious taste for a fulfilling life”, at Halosa Restaurant, each dish is carefully prepared from ingredients, processing method, presentation to the dining space. With a diverse cuisine menu, with all the delicious dishes from European to Asian cuisine such as: chicken mushroom soup, pumpkin soup, beef steak with black pepper sauce,… or attractive hotpot dishes such as: salmon hotpot, catfish hotpot, black chicken hotpot,… are also very popular dishes in Sapa.
At HALOSA, you can enjoy relaxing moments right at HALOSA Spa. With attractive and diverse combo packages with more than 20 well-equipped Spa rooms all have a view of the cool blue sky. The spacious space is still very warm thanks to the sun rays that penetrate through the glass doors, making the Spa room fresher than ever, which also makes your mood better.
In addition, you can also enjoy the fresh air, admire the beautiful scenery of the Northwest mountains and forests from the balcony on the 2nd floor of HALOSA Lounge & Cafe. With a cool outdoor balcony space, it is very suitable for experiencing a cup of coffee or a smoothie to start a new sunny day full of energy. What’s more attractive, every night there is live music inside the 2nd floor space, the newest playground in Sapa invites you to HALOSA, enjoy a cocktail and music is really ideal.
Visit Halosa at:
Hotline: 091286 9989