The beautiful scenery in Sapa is not to be missed

The beautiful scenery in Sapa is not to be missed


Sapa attracts countless tourists with its beautiful and peaceful attractions, as well as its extremely hospitable locals. Immersed in the floating clouds, the town of Sapa appears like a city in a mystical mist, making visitors feel as if they are lost in a fairyland. In this place, there is an invaluable resource, which is the cool and fresh climate, bringing many diverse shades.


1. Muong Hoa Valley:

Quality rating: 4.5/5 (Rated by Google)

Opening hours: All day (Usually crowded around 4pm)

Ticket price: Around 40,000 – 80,000 VND/person

Advantages: Beautiful and peaceful scenery, cool weather

Disadvantages: The road to get there can be difficult

Muong Hoa Valley offers a breathtaking nature experience with its increasingly high terraced rice fields leading up to the sky. Moreover, this place is also considered a convergence of precious cultural and deep historical values of the ethnic groups.

2. Fansipan Peak:

Quality rating: 4.7/5 (Rated by Google)

Opening hours: Every day of the week

Cable car ticket price: Adult ticket: Around 700,000 VND/person

Advantages: Beautiful and majestic scenery

Disadvantages: The higher you go, the lower the temperature gets, and the thinner the air becomes, which can cause a drop in blood pressure. It is not recommended to wear high heels.

Fansipan is not an unfamiliar name to young travel enthusiasts. It is considered the roof of Indochina, where the land meets the sky, and where you can stand on clouds, breathe fresh cool air, and admire the majestic and splendid scenery of the highest mountain in three Indochinese countries.

To reach the peak of Fansipan, you can use the Fansipan cable car service with a modern cable car system and a very grandiose spiritual complex, or climb the mountain for an adventurous experience to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the path with many unique flowers and fruits of the forest.


3. Van Ta Village:

Quality rating: 4.3/5 (rated by Google)

Opening hours: All day (usually crowded at 2pm)

Ticket price: Free

Advantages: Majestic, beautiful and peaceful scenery with fresh air.

Disadvantages: Limited tourist attractions.

Van Ta Village is located in Ta Van commune, Sapa district, Lao Cai province, only about 12 km away from Sapa town. In the language of the Mong ethnic people, Van Ta means “big arch” and the village is situated with its back against the Hoang Lien Son mountain range and the front facing the winding Muong Hoa stream. The ancient May Bridge in Van Ta Village once caused a sensation on social media, even gaining fame across the country thanks to a photo taken by American photographer Skip Nall. This is a famous suspended bamboo bridge located in the territory of Ban Giang Ta Chai, crossing the Muong Hoa stream flowing from the valley down. Here, visitors can admire the dreamy and romantic beauty of the simple wooden bridge spanning the peaceful stream.


4. Hoang A Tuong Palace:

Rating: 4.1/5 (Reviewed on Google)

Opening hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily (Crowded at around 9:00 am)

Ticket price: Around 10,000 – 20,000 VND/person

Pros: Ancient and picturesque scenery, many great photo spots

Cons: Somewhat difficult to get to the palace

For the people of Bac Ha, the Hoang A Tuong Palace is an architectural masterpiece that carries great historical significance and pride. Today, the palace is over 100 years old and covers an area of 4,000 square meters. Construction began in 1914 and took 7 years to complete.

What makes this palace so impressive is its modern architecture, painted in bright yellow that has withstood the test of time and harsh weather conditions. Visitors will surely be fascinated by the palace’s sturdy construction and beautiful design.


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