5 cool experiences in Sa Pa

With the majestic mountain scenery, winding terraces, dotted with upland ethnic houses, Sa Pa is developing more and more resorts and resorts with an infinity pool to admire. The first suggestion for visitors is the “gilded” swimming pool of Pistachio Hotel, on Thac Bac Street. The outdoor swimming pool is located on the top floor of the hotel, facing the Fansipan mountain range and the misty Muong Hoa valley. In the corner is a hot tub chair, a place reserved for tourists to pose for photos. Newly in operation, the swimming pool does not have a water heating system, so visitors should pay attention to warm up the body and bring a scarf. Rooms here are priced from 1,200,000 VND.

The next suggestion for tourists is the Bamboo Sapa hotel swimming pool, Muong Hoa street. The 250-square-meter swimming pool is located on the 4th floor of the hotel with a view of the Muong Hoa valley. In addition to immersing in the cool water, enjoying the misty space, guests are also served a floating breakfast or afternoon tea party at the swimming pool, priced from VND 400,000 for 2 people. The hotel has more than 100 rooms for tourists to choose from with prices from VND 1,430,000 per night. Photo: Bamboo Sapa Hotel.

In May, Topas Ecolodge resort opened the second infinity pool. Located in the middle of the hill, the swimming pool is surrounded by majestic mountains and hills with views of the winding terraced valleys. Both tanks are equipped with an environmentally friendly hot water heating system. The resort sells tickets for the day (9 am – 5 pm), for VND 495,000 per guest and for children under 6 years old, VND 160,000.

Tickets include hot pool service, Jacuzzi and free cold tea at the pool bar. The resort consists of 33 bungalows built of white granite, around the top of the hill, in a local style of stilt houses. Here, visitors also experience walking, cycling, and mountain climbing. The resort is applying package for Vietnamese tourists and foreigners in Vietnam with price from 1,995,000 VND per person, one night (including breakfast, dinner).

Train connects Sapa town with cable car station to the top of Fansipan. During the travel time of about 5 minutes, visitors will enjoy a panoramic view of Muong Hoa valley with identical mountains, green terraced fields or flower fields. Train ticket price is 50,000 VND per way. Video: SW.

After boarding the cable car station, visitors can roam in Vietnam’s largest rose valley. With an area of 50,000 m2, and about 300,000 roses, this is the latest place to check-in and see the scenery for visitors to Sa Pa.

Take pictures at Fansipan top of cloud cover

Located at an altitude of 3,143 m, Mount Fansipan is known as the roof of Indochina. Here, the weather is always cool, sometimes with a lot of fog and drizzle, especially in February to April. The flagpole area and the landmark is the ideal place to take pictures with the sea of floating clouds. On the top of Fansipan, do not forget to visit the cultural and spiritual architectural complex including Bao An Thien Tu, Bich Van Thien Tu, the Great Buddha Amitabha statue … 

Overcoming the sea of clouds and O Quy Ho pass

Stretching nearly 50 km, O Quy Ho Pass or May Pass curves around the Hoang Lien Son range, connecting the two provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau. This place is famous for its majestic beauty and is one of the most popular “cloud hunting” spots in Sa Pa. On the way, visitors will pass Silver waterfall, Love waterfall. The final stop for many visitors is the sky gate area, where mist and clouds fall onto the road surface. Here, you will admire the panoramic valley of terraced fields in a misty, misty space. Ticket price is 80,000 VND.


Night walk in town

Sa Pa seems to own four seasons, spring, summer, autumn, and winter in one day. Even on the hottest sunny days, the night temperature here can drop to 20 degrees Celsius. At this time, the foggy town is more sparkling with bright street lights, echoing the hum of H’Mong people performing in the square. school. Do not forget to enjoy the fragrant roasted chestnuts or a hot barbecue skewer, in front of the road near the church. Sa Pa has cool weather, but often fog and cloud, visitors should take care to bring umbrellas, thin coats when traveling here.