Experiences in Sapa to avoid heat
In summary, top 5 of the coolest experiences in Sapa to avoid heat when the summer comes is Sitting on a climbing train, checking-in at Fansipan peak, immersing in the infinity pool in the middle of the mountains.
Experience the mountain view pool
With the majestic mountains, winding meandering fields, dotted with ethnic minority houses, Sa Pa is increasingly developing many resorts and resorts with infinity swimming pools to admire the sky.
The “gold-plated” pool of Pistachio hotel
Firstly, the first suggestion for travellers is the “gold-plated” pool of Pistachio hotel, on Silver Falls. The swimming pool is located outdoors on the top floor of the hotel, towards the Fansipan mountain range and Muong Hoa valley dim in the mist. As a result, visitors can swim in a large pool while admiring the panoramic views of Sapa’s majestic mountains especially when the rice season is ripe in the valley.
In the corner is a jacuzzi chair, a place for visitors to pose for photography. Recently put into operation, the pool does not have a water heating system, so visitors should pay attention to warm your body and bring a shawl. Rooms here cost from VND 1,200,000.
Bamboo Sapa hotel swimming pool
Secondly, the next suggestion for visitors is the Bamboo Sapa hotel swimming pool, Muong Hoa street. 250 m2 swimming pool, located on the 4th floor of the hotel with views of the Muong Hoa valley.
In addition to immersing in the cool water, enjoying the misty space, visitors can also serve floating breakfast or afternoon tea at the pool, with prices from 400,000 VND 2 people. The hotel has more than 100 rooms for travellers to choose from 1,430,000 VND per night.
Infinity pool at Topas Ecolodge
Finally, in May, Topas Ecolodge Resort opened its second infinity pool. Located halfway up the hill, the pool is surrounded by majestic hills and mountains with views of the winding valley fields.
Both pools are equipped with environmentally friendly hot water heating systems. The resort has daily sightseeing tickets (9 am – 5 pm), with a price of 495,000 VND per guest and children under 6 years of age 160,000 VND.
Tickets include a heated pool, Jacuzzi and free cold tea at the pool bar. The resort has 33 bungalows built of white granite, around the top of the hill, with a style of local stilt houses. Here, visitors also experience walking, cycling, climbing.
The resort is applying a vacation package for Vietnamese tourists and foreigners in Vietnam with prices from VND 1,995,000 per person, per night (including breakfast, dinner).
Experience climbing train
The train connects Sapa town with the cable car station to the top of Fansipan will bring to you the most incredible experiences in Sapa.
Furthermore, in about 5 minutes, visitors will enjoy the panoramic view of Muong Hoa valley with identical mountains, green terraces or flower fields. The ticket for climbing train is 50,000 VND per one way.
In addition, after boarding the cable car station, visitors can roam in the largest rose valley in Vietnam. With an area of 50,000 m2 and about 300,000 persimmons, this is the latest check-in and sightseeing place for visitors to Sapa.
Take a picture at the top of Fansipan
Located at an altitude of 3,143 m, Fansipan peak is known as the roof of Indochina. Besides, the weather is always cool, sometimes with a lot of fog and drizzle, especially in February to April.
The flagpole area and the landmark pedestal are ideal places to save photos with the sea of clouds floating. At the top of Fansipan, visitors do not forget to visit the cultural and spiritual architectural complex including Bao An Thien Tu, Bich Van Thien Tu, Dai Am Am Buddha …
Beyond the sea of clouds in O Quy Ho Pass
Stretching for nearly 50 km, O Quy Ho pass or May pass passes around Hoang Lien Son mountain range, connecting the two provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau. This place is famous for its majestic beauty and is one of Sapa’s most popular “rattan hunting” spots.
On the way, visitors will cross Silver waterfall, Love waterfall. The last stop for many tourists is the sky gate area, where a cloud of mist swings down the road. Here, you will admire the panoramic view of the valley of terraced fields in a dim, misty space. Entrance fee is VND 80,000.
Night walk in town
The fifth experiences in Sapa are Night Market. Sa Pa seems to own 4 seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter in a day. Even on the hottest days, the night temperature here can drop to 20 degrees Celsius. At this time, the foggy town is more sparkling with the bright, sparkling street lights of the H’Mong people performing in the square.
Do not forget to enjoy the aromatic roasted chestnuts or a hot skewer of meat, before the road near the church. Sa Pa has cool weather, however, it often has dew and clouds, visitors should bring an umbrella and a thin jacket when travelling here.
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