Category: About Sapa

Khang Gai Dried Meat

Brief Introduction of Sapa (P4)

>>Brief Introduction of Sapa (P2) >>Brief Introduction of Sapa (P3) Specialties in Sapa Khang Gai Dried Meat The meat of horses, pigs are usually hung up by the Hmong , Sapa, Lao Cai. These meat will be chopped into pieces about 2-3 kilograms and hung up in order to store. When eating meat, they will clean […]

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Brief Introduction of Sapa

Brief Introduction of Sapa (P3)

>>Brief Introduction of Sapa (P1) >>Brief Introduction of Sapa (P2) Festivals in Sapa Sapa is famous for some unique festivals such as “Roong Pooc” of Giay Ta Van people. Annually, Giay people often hold Roong Pooc festival to pray for abundant crop, favorable weather. “Sai San” festival of Hmong people, “Tet Nhay” of Red Dao […]

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Sapa Rattan Bridge

Brief Introduction of Sapa (P2)

>>Brief Introduction of Sapa (P1) Tourist sites in Sapa Sapa is the kingdom of fruit such as cherry, peach, purple plum, plum blossom, rose, pear, especially immortal flower. It has many natural landscapes attracting domestic and foreign tourists such as Silver Fall, Sapa Rattan Bridge. In addition, SunGate is the highest point to admire Fansipan […]

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Brief Introduction of Sapa

Brief Introduction of Sapa (P1)

Located in the northwest of the country, Sapa is the mountainous district of Lao Cai province. As a modest land, it has many wonders of the natural scenery with topography of hills, green forests, which makes a fascinating scenic picture. >>Sapa- challenging for mountainous trekking >>Sapa – fairy home of ethnic minorities Location of Sapa […]

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Sapa- challenging for mountainous trekking

Sapa- challenging for mountainous trekking

Sapa is a mountainous town in Northen Vietnam where you write poem, have your cameras on for most of your time, cheer over a community wine pot, learn to appreciate indigenous culture or just to escape Hanoi heat and city noise. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Dao And Tay Ethnic Groups In Sapa Sapa- challenging for mountainous […]

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Sapa - fairy home of ethnic minorities

Sapa – fairy home of ethnic minorities

Sapa is a mountainous town in Northen Vietnam where you write poem, have your cameras on for most of your time, cheer over a community wine pot, learn to appreciate indigenous culture or just to escape Hanoi heat and city noise. Being one of the most attractive tourism destinations of the country, Sapa is a […]

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Xa Pho Ethnic Minority

History: The Xa Pho came to Vietnam about 200 – 300 years ago. Some believe that their clothes indicate they immigrated from the southern islands of Asia, such as Malaysia and Indonesia. Language: Their language belongs to Tibeto – Burmese language group. Other minorities say that Xa Pho people can speak most of the other […]

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Sapa Geography

Sa Pa District is located in Lao Cai Province, north-west Vietnam, and 380 km north-west of Hanoi, close to the border with China. The Hoang Lien Son range of mountains dominates the district, which is at the eastern extremity of the Himalayas. This range includes Vietnam’s highest mountain, Fan Si Pan, at a height of […]

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Dao people

Dao And Tay Ethnic Groups In Sapa

Dao people The Dao, known as the Man or Yao in south-west China for centuries, also number a few tens of thousands in Laos, Thailand and Myanmar (formerly Burma). The Dao-Mien settled in Vietnam two to three centuries ago, depending on the area. One of the Dao’s specific cultural features is their traditional writing system […]

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Sapa in winter

Sapa Weather

Thanks to its geographic condition, Sapa has one of the most favourable climates in Vietnam. The temperature remains stably cool throughout the year though winter may see more severe changes, with frost and even snow (mostly from mid-December to mid-January). Humidity is relatively high all year round, between 83-87% and temperature ranges within 15-30 Celcius […]

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