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Love Market in Sapa

Sapa is also famous for its love market, which takes place on saturday evenings. The love market of Sapa used to be the place to find a partner to get married. With the tourism, the real love market does not take place anymore. Currently you can only see a representation of the love market. Do not miss it anyway if you are staying here a saturday night.

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Places to Eat in Sapa Vietnam

The offer of places to eat in Sapa is quite varied. It won’t be difficult to find a place that suits your tastes. On the walk from your hotel to the market you will see many restaurants. Prices are somewhat more expensive than in the rest of Vietnam, but still a real bargain. For a real Vietnamese experience, try the soup noodles (Pho Bo or Pho Ga) at first hour in the morning. A Bun Cha (meat balls)

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Sapa Trekking in the Mountains - Silver Water Falls

Mount Fansipan, as locals call it, is a 3500 yard high peak (3143 m). During the trek you will have the chance to see how locals live. And even sleep in a local home. You will need special permits to do a home stay. For this reason I recommend reserving one of the trekking tours in Hanoi or Sapa. For the ones really fit, I recommend the three day trekking to the FanSiPan mountain.

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Taking Photos with local people in Sapa

While visiting the region of Sapa you will take many photos. Something you should remember is that local people are not here to entertain you. They are real people living their daily lives. Ask always for permission when taking portraits. Ethnic minority people are kind, and welcome foreign visitors, but may be offended if you take a picture without permission.

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Tram Ton Pass in Sapa Vietnam

To visit the area you can rent a motorbike in any agency in Sapa. Ask your hotel for more information. Riding a bike in the Northeast region is quite easy. Traffic is almost non existent. You do need to have some experience ridding bikes, though. If you do not feel comfortable riding a bike, book a jeep tour. In this picture you can see a view from the highest mountain pass in Vietnam, the Tram Ton Pass

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where to Visit in Sapa Vietnam

If you come to Sapa you do have to do some excursions. There are three possibilities. You can do the excursions on a four wheeled vehicle, on a rented motorbike and on foot. One of the shortest trekking is the Ham Rong mountain. In a two-three hour hike you can get to the top of this 2,000 yards (1750m) high mountain. From there you have an excellent view of the Sapa valley.

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Things to Do in Sapa

Sapa is such a colourful town thanks to the H’mong and Dzao people from the local hill tribes who head into the town’s market every day to trade their produce. There’s a main market every Saturday when the place is packed but there’s a lower key one every other day during the week. These people will have undergone no formal education but the arrival of

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Bac Ha Market - Sapa Vietnam

In the market of Bac Ha you will have the chance to see more ethnic minority groups than in Sapa, but the infrastructure is not as good. For this reason I recommend staying in Sapa, and leaving early in the morning. You can get to Bac Ha on a mini bus or on a 4 wheeled vehicle from Sapa. Many of the tours that you can reserve in Hanoi offer the possibility to visit the two towns and their markets.

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Coc Ly Market - Sapa Vietnam

If you want to visit the most unspoiled market in the Sapa region, go to Coc Ly. This town lies 60 miles from Sapa (95km). It will take you two and a half hours to get to Coc Ly. The market takes place on Tuesdays mornings. You should leave Sapa at 7 am in order to get there around 10 am. In this market you will see people belonging to the following ethnic minorities: Black Dao, Flower H’mong, Fula, Lachi, Nung, Sandui and Tay.

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Fansipan Mountain - Sapa Vietnam

The topography of Fansipan is varied. Muong Hoa Valley, at the lowest altitude (950-1,000m), is created by a narrow strip of land at the base on the east side of the mountain. Geologists say the Hoang Lien Mountain Range, with Fansipan as its highest peak, did not emerge in the mountainous North West of Vietnam until the neozoic period (circ. 100 million years ago). Fansipan, a rough pronunciation

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