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  • Sapa Travel Guide

Northwest Vietnam, with its rocky, cone-like mountains, high vistas and deep valleys, encompasses some of the most extreme geography in the country – if not all of Southeast Asia. Travelling to the more remote parts of the region takes time and effort, but those short on either can stick around Sapa, the surrounding hills of which are a microcosm of the region as a whole.
  • Sapa


    Sapa is oriented to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear days; it overlooks a plunging valley, with mountains towering above on all sides. Views are often subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks, but even when it's cloudy, local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour.
     

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  • Trek and visit fascinating tribal villages


    Tribal trekking is commonplace in Sapa wherein visitors are guided through the many villages to immerse in authentic cultural experiences...

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  • Marvel at the beautiful and romantic Love Waterfall


    Places are made of a thousand stories – the legend behind the Love Waterfall is one that should not be missed. The ancient folktale tells a story of a forbidden love between a fairy and a boy who frequented the waterfall to play his flute...

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  • Lay your eyes on the breathtaking Silver Falls


    If you’re not willing to pay 70,000 VND (~S$4) for the Love Waterfall, the 20,000 VND (~S$1) entrance fee for Thac Bac Waterfall (or the Silver Falls) is certainly reasonable. With a height of approximately 100m, the waterfall is relatively smaller and only requires a 20-minute climb...

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  • Climb the highest mountain in Vietnam – Fansipan


    The highlight of Sapa has to be the Fansipan Mountain. With an elevation of 3,143m, it is the highest mountain in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and a triumphant embodiment of the ‘Roof of Indochina’...

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  • Take a cable-car up to lofty Fansipan


    Too unfit to trek up Fansipan? Fret not! You can still bask in the picturesque Fansipan mountain with a ride up the Sunworld Fansipan Legend cable car...

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  • Be a third-wheeler at Sapa Love Market


    Love and market? How contradictory! But that’s where the demand and supply of prospective partners and relationships interplay. The Love Market is a distinct practice of the Mong and Dao ethnic groups. The distance between both villages do not allow for frequent interaction (and dating opportunities), thus the Love Market provides a space for people from both ethnic groups to meet one another....

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  • Take in the flowery sights of Ham Rong Flower Garden


    Calling all anthophiles! Swarmed with bright-coloured flowers in the dewy air and sweet fragrances up your nostrils, the Ham Rong Flower Garden is a worthy visit...

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  • Marvel at the architectural design of the Holy Rosary Church of Sapa


    Tired of traipsing around nature hikes? A visit to the Holy Rosary Church of Sapa requires no physical exertion and you get a chance to immerse in remnants of French colonial history after the post Second World War destroyed nearly all the 200 colonial buildings in Sapa...

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  • Bask in the green rice terraces of Muong Hoa Valley


    No trip to Sapa is complete without treading on the bright green rice terraces – a manifestation of the livelihood of the Sapa hill tribes who are heavily dependent on rice cultivation...

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