Sapa is known as home to beautiful rice terraces and mountain landscapes, unique tribe villages and Hoang Lien mountain range which set a challenging backdrop for a lifetime trekking journey. Below is the list of 6 things you should do when travelling to this uphigh land.
In daytime, Sapa is beautiful with natural scenery of forests and mountains; its night scenery is also extremely gorgeous. The mountainous city is lit up with attractive, colorful light which creates an extraordinary fanciful sight.
Just like everything else on this list, this is an absolute must when in Sapa. You can only truly appreciate the beauty of Muong Hoa Valley if you take your time to trek it and spend a night or two at a local village homestay.
Sapa is a picturesque little town in the northwest of Vietnam, which is famous for beautiful landscapes and even more beautiful people.
Located in Cat Cat village, Sapa town, Vong Canh is like the soul of Cat Cat village and a tourist destination of Sapa that should not be overlooked.
Sapa has many kinds of delicious plums such as Ta Lu plum, Ta Van plum, yellow plum, red plum, Tam Hoa plum, one of the best plum is Hau plum.
Nature has bestowed this beautiful land a peaceful climate, especially warm spring and cool summers, but without losing the typical weather of this area
Sapa stone church is located in the center of Sapa town.
Cau May (Cloud Bridge ) is located in Ta Van village, about 17 km southeast of Sapa town.
At the top of Sapa mountains, visitors can see the terraced fields stretching down the valleys, home to many ethnic minorities.