SAPA ATTRACTIONS

Sapa is home to stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Indochina peak, the Fansipan. The most prominent attraction in the town of Sapa is Fansipan, which is the highest mountain in Vietnam and it is only 19km from town. It may seem like a short distance, but the trek is not easy; the rough terrain and unpredictable weather present some difficulties. Tourists who are fit and have mountain climbing experience will enjoy this attraction the most, as the peak is accessible all year round. Technical climbing skills are not necessary, but endurance is a must.

Cat Cat Village – Sapa

​Cat Cat Village is located on the Muong Hoa Valley...

Terraced rice fields in Sapa

​Rice terraces in Sapa are slopes claimed...

Ta Phin Village

​Though Sapa has long been familiar with tourists...

Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa

​The name of Ham Rong was derived from the legend that...

Fansipan Mountain – Sapa

​Fansipan is branded “the Roof of Indochina” ...

Y Linh Ho Village – Sapa

​Coming to the tranquil village called Y Linh Ho...

Silver Waterfall

​Thac Bac lies beside National Highway No 4D...

Ancient Rock Field in Sapa

​Sapa ancient carved rock spreads out on the territory...

Can Cau Market – Sapa

​Can Cau Market hold on every Saturday from 6hours until midday...