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Fansipan mountain the highest peak in indochina at 3143m and has the longest 3 rope cable car in the world. This is a great ride on its own. There are lots to see and with lots of steps some 600 you will be fit by...More
Even though tram and cable car rides are expensive I think visit to Fansipan mountain was well worth it and is a must go. though cloudy and i couldn’t see much, it was breathtaking to be standing at such a high altitude at the top...More
It is a huge organization to reach the pick, cable, train etc. The complex is very nice, full of temples. It is a nice walk. Problem most of the time there is no feasibility, so it miss the panarama view.
May was our tour guide in Sapa who was a Dao(one of the tribe here). We joined a tour to Silver Waterfall and heavenly gate and she was our tour guide. She could speak very good English, though she couldn't write or read any Vietnamese...More
We took a taxi to the trailhead and was quickly harassed by some people in official clothes advising us that we need a ticket....okay, cool let's pays these guys to get a ticket we thought. They wouldn't sell us any. Instead, they said we have...More
When I travel to sapa I would like to clam up to the top of Fansifan mountain on foot but I can not, We buy tickets go by cable car from sapa center, The activities very happy and great view on the top. you must...More
The tour was recommended (as we asked) by our guide Quang from the halong bay cruise we did with the garden bay.
From hanoi to sapa with a night bus (we came a bit late).
Our guide Lala, a very nice lady with a good...More
An incredible day out.
The first railway to the cable cars is incredible.the station is in the centre of Sapa town.
You then have to walk uphill for about ten mins or go up some very steep stairs!
There is an electric car...More
Go to the Sun Plaza and buy your return ticket from Sapa center (ie the building itself). It costs you 800,000 Dong (return) and it will take you first by funiculaire and then cable. But to reach the top of Fansipan you need... More
Go to the Sun Plaza and buy your return ticket from Sapa center (ie the building itself). It costs you 800,000 Dong (return) and it will take you first by funiculaire and then cable. But to reach the top of Fansipan you need to purchase another ticket over there. Not sure how much was it but it is worth to take another funiculaire and then walk...