Attractive destinations in Sapa

Exploring Sapa Vietnam, visitors should not miss the opportunity to conquer “the roof of Indochina.” Fansipan is the highest mountain of Indochina peninsula (3,143 m), located in the center of Hoang Lien Son range. Although it is only 9 km southwest of Sapa town, if you walk or climb the mountain, it takes you 6 to 7 days to conquer this mountain. Currently, many climbers both professional and amateur find their way to conquer Fansipan peak.

If you are not adventurous, you can use the Fansipan cable car system. On the way to the top of the mountain, visitors will discover the fascinating flora and fauna and nature of the Hoang Lien range. There are many Hoang Lien trees, a precious medicinal herb, precious woods, animals such as partridges, bears, monkeys, chamois, birds…

Right next to Sapa Vietnam, visitors can walk up Ham Rong Mountain. Standing on top of Ham Rong mountain, you can enjoy the panoramic view of Sapa, Muong Hoa valley, Sa Pa, Ta Phin hidden in the fog. Currently, with human hands embellishing, Ham Rong is really a fruit-filled landscape of Sapa. Going to Ham Rong, visitors seem to be lost in a fairy garden, clouds are full of people, flowers are brilliant on the ground.

Right in the center of Sapa Vietnam is the Stone Church built in 1895, which is considered the most complete ancient architectural mark of the French left. The church has been embellished and preserved, becoming an indispensable image when referring to the misty Sapa town. In addition to the overlapping Hoang Lien Son range, Sapa also attracts tourists by Muong Hoa valley with winding terraced fields, Cat Cat village of the H’mong, Ta Phin of the Red Dao or Heaven’s Gate, Silver Waterfall.

Muong Hoa valley belongs to Hau Thao commune, about 8km southeast of Sapa town. From Sa Pa town, passing a pass along the high mountains (there is a toll station of 80,000 VND/person), you will come to Muong Hoa valley. A special thing in this valley is the ancient stone beach with many different shapes carved between the grass and the terraced fields of the ethnic people. Hundreds of sandstone rocks are engraved with drawings, strange characters, so far, the origin and meaning have not been determined. Today, this ancient carving area has been classified as a national monument, a unique heritage of the ancient Vietnamese people. In Muong Hoa valley, there is also a beautiful small stream stretching about 15 km, passing through Lao Chai, Ta Van, Hau Thao communes and ending at Ban Ho.

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