Sapa is an attractive town located in Vietnam’s remote Northwest Mountains. Sapa is famous for both its rugged scenery and its rich cultural diversity. Sapa is also known as an incredibly picturesque town that lies in the Hoang Lien Son mountain. Below are the some famous places in Sapa

Mount Fan Si Pan

Fan Si Pan is the highest mountain of the Indochina, located in the center of Hoang Lien Son mountain. If walking and hiking, it take you 6 to 7 days to conquer this mountain.

On the way up the mountain, visitors can explore the flora and fauna, especially precious and rare species in mountains such as monkeys, antelope, birds, and the natural wonder of the Hoang Lien Son mountain.

Sapa Cathedral stock

Located in the central of Sapa, Sapa stone church built in 1895 is considered a remaining ancient architectural imprint of colonial –French style. Sapa Cathedral stock embellished and preserved for decades has become an indispensable image referring to the town of Sapa.

Muong Hoa Valley

Muong Hoa Valley is located in Hau Thao commune. The most impressive feature in this valley may be the ancient stone engraved with different shapes, situated in between the grass and the terraced rice fields of ethnic minorities. Hundreds of sandstones were carved pictures and strange characters have not to determine the origin as well as meaning yet. This is regarded as one of the unique heritages of the ancient Vietnamese.


Sky Gate

The winding road to the Sky Gate is named Tram Ton, weaving between the majestic Hoang Lien Son mountain. Standing in the port of heaven, you can take a panoramic view with the green rice fields, the roads and the Silver Falls. Also in this portal, you can have chances to feel the glorious and charming beauty of Sapa.

Fairy Cave

Visiting Fairy Cave, tourists can sightsee, bath in the stream fairy and soak in the sunshine on the island of flowers. Traditionally, that people do these activities is the way to pray for the blessed beauty, health and wealth.