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About Sapa, Vietnam

About Sapa, Vietnam

About Sapa, Vietnam

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    If you come here once, surely you will remember it all of your life and want to come back for the second time. Therefore, visiting Sapa to go sightseeing, enjoy its cuisine and breath the clean air which becomes the desire and passion of many Vietnamese young people and the foreigner.

    To get a good overview, keep reading this article.  Here we detail everything you need to know about getting to, from and around Sapa to make your trip to Vietnam’s green North be awesome and unforgettable. Firstly, a quick overview and why you should go there on your journey will give you more excitement.

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    Located in the northwest of Vietnam, Sapa town at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level, 38 kilometers from Lao Cai and 376 kilometers from Hanoi. Come here, visitors will have the opportunity to reach Fansipan, the highest mountain in Vietnam. You can go trekking through the forest to the peak or by cable car is more easily.

    Originally, the town we know today was founded by the French in the very beginning of the 20th century. They used it as a hill station to escape the heat of Hanoi and enjoy the clean air. When Vietnam was independent in the 1940s, the French did not want to leave without a fight, they bombed the city. Only in the 1990s did Sapa start to see new infrastructure with the goal of attracting visitors one more time.

    Especially, the mountains, valleys, and hills around Sapa are home to over twenty groups of ethnic minorities in Vietnam. Every tribe has its own language, the clothing style that makes this place be one of the most culturally diverse areas in the country.

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    There have many beautiful natural sceneries such as Bac Falls about 200 meters high, May Bridge is a historical relic of the people, Heaven Gate is the highest point that the road can go to watch Fansipan peak, Sapa ancient rock reserve in Muong Hoa valley. Ham Rong is a place to grow a lot of flowers, colorful colors and is planted on campus. There is also an orchid garden with many rare flowers. All of the above, I think you can not wait to travel to Sapa Vietnam. Firstly, to prepare carefully, let’s find out some useful information in this article.

    22 Jan 2020
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    Cuong Bach The founder of Journey On Air - The Travel Information Center of Vietnam. Our mission is connecting travelers worldwide to the beauty of the landscape, history, culture and the friendly people in Vietnam.

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