Things to do
Things to do in Sapa, Vietnam. You may ask our Sapa travel consultant for the things to do here in 2 or 3 days. See the list of the top: Cat Cat Village, Ta Phin Village, Sapa Radio Tower, Ham Rong Mountain, Fansipan Mountain, Bac Ha Sunday Market
Indigo Cat – H’mong Sewing Classes
Indigo Cat is simply the only Hmong Shop in all Sapa. We provide some Sewing Classes but...
Ham Rong Mountain
This park is essentially a long cobblestone walkway to the top of Ham Rong Mountain. It’s a strenuous climb, but the panoramic vista at the top is well worth tackling all those stairs. Along the way, there are countless potted orchids, beautifully landscaped gardens and a few really tacky statues of cartoon characters like Scooby Doo and Mickey Mouse.
Muong Khuong Markets
Muong Khuong Market: Big market with a wide range of ethnic groups: Hmong, Dao, Nung, and merchants from other ethnic groups who come all the way from China to sell their products. Several Pa Zi women sell traditional incense made from the bark and resin of scented trees.
Coc Ly Market
This Coc Ly Tuesday market is about 35km from Bac Ha. You can get here via a fairly good road, or by road and river; hotels in Sapa and Bac Ha can organise trips. Coc Ly is a small village on the Chay river inhabited by the Flower H’mong Minority people.
Love Market 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.
Pha Long Market Sapa
Very rural seldom visited market, where you can meet ethnic groups that are only found in this particular district of Vietnam, mostly Hmong, Nung, Tou Zi, Pa Zi and Tou Lao. Along the road, in a landscape of mountain peaks, numerous Nung et Hmong villages
Muong Khuong Market Sapa
Muong khuong is Big market with a wide range of ethnic groups: Hmong, Dao, Nung, and merchants from other ethnic groups who come all the way from China to sell their products. Several Pa Zi women sell traditional incense made from the bark and resin of scented trees