Category: Places to See

Muong Hum market

Muong Hum market

The Muong Hum market is about 45 km from north-western Lao Cai Town, passing over the complex of Muong Vi caves and grottoes and Xeo village. This market has preserved nearly intact its life – style, imbued with culture tradition. Muong Hum market convenes on every Sunday is a place where local people meet and […]

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Coc Ly Market

Coc Ly Market

Coc Ly Market is the colorful market in a mountainous area where the Flower H’mong mainly gathers to exchange their homemade products. This Tuesday market is about 35km from Bac Ha. >>Fansipan Mountain – Sapa >>Can Cau Market – Sapa About Coc Ly Market You can get here via a good road, or by road […]

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Fansipan Mountain – Sapa

Fansipan Mountain – Sapa

Location: Fansipan Mountain is located 9km south-west of Sapa Townlet in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. Characteristics: Fansipan is branded “the Roof of Indochina” at the height of 3, 143m; Fansipan Mountain is to be approved as one of the very few eco-tourist spots of Vietnam, with about 2, 024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species. […]

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Can Cau Market – Sapa

Can Cau Market – Sapa

Can Cau Market hold on every Saturday from 6hours until midday. Though small but it is the place where you can encounter Flower H’mong, Phu La, Black Dao, Tay and Nung minorities in colorful costumes. >>Muong Hum Market – Sapa >>Coc Ly Market (Tuesday Only) – Sapa Can Cau Market – Sapa By 9 am, […]

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Muong Hum market

Muong Hum Market – Sapa

The Muong Hum market is about 45 km from north-western Lao Cai Town, passing over the complex of Muong Vi caves and grottoes and Xeo village. This market has preserved nearly intact its life – style, imbued with culture tradition. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Terraced rice fields in Sapa Muong Hum Market – Sapa Muong Hum […]

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Coc Ly Market

Coc Ly Market (Tuesday Only) – Sapa

Coc Ly Market is the colorful market in a mountainous area where the Flower H’mong mainly gathers to exchange their homemade products. This Tuesday market is about 35km from Bac Ha. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa Coc Ly Market (Tuesday Only) – Sapa You can get here via a good road, or […]

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Indigo Cat – H’mong Sewing Classes

Indigo Cat – H’mong Sewing Classes

Indigo Cat is simply the only Hmong Shop in all Sapa. We provide some Sewing Classes but you also will find a huge selection of local products such as genuine handicrafts, different teas or cardamom. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa Some information about Indigo Cat – H’mong Sewing Classes Address: 46 Phan Xi […]

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Ham Rong mountain

Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa

Via Muong Tien to get to Sapa, in vaporous clouds travelers will see a mountain peak rising as dragon-head. It is Ham Rong mountain with 100 ha in area. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Cat Cat village Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa The name of Ham Rong was derived from the legend that, in primitive age there […]

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Terraced rice fields in Sapa

Terraced rice fields in Sapa

Terraced rice fields in Sapa were voted as one of seven most beautiful and impressive ones of Asia and the world by readers of the US’s magazine Travel and Leisure. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Hoang Yen Chao Castle Terraced rice fields in Sapa Rice terraces in Sapa are slopes claimed from nature for cultivation in hilly […]

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Ta Phin Village

Ta Phin Village

Though Sapa has long been familiar with tourists, Ta Phin Village is still a new name to almost everybody. Located about 17km in the west of Sapa, Ta Phin is a village of Red Dao’s people possessing a rich culture that has not been damaged by the modern life. >>Sapa trekking tours >>Ham Rong Mountain […]

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