Welcome to Sapa Valley, a quaint but interesting hillstation town in Northern Vietnam that is known for its panoramic landscapes and rich cultural heritage.
Upon entering the town, a majestic lake reflecting the surrounding lush mountains and the fresh, cool mountain breeze welcome tourists to Sapa Valley. Sapa Valley, also known for its title “The Tonkanese Alps”, is home to various hill tribe communities and picturesque views. Whether you take a motorcycle, or opt to tour around town through walking, Sapa Valley will truly leave a mark on you.
Sapa Valley is a town located in the northern part of Vietnam, near the Chinese borders.
Opening Days and Hours
Opens daily, 24 hours.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance is free.
How to Get There
- Fly to Hanoi via AirAsia, Korean Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways, and Vietnam Airlines.
- From Hanoi, board a train or take a bus to Sapa Valley.
- Solo travelers
- Families with kids
- Groups of friends
Time to Spend
The average duration in this attraction is 1 to 3 days.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Sapa Valley is from March to May, and from September to November. During these months, the weather is relatively cooler.
- Swim in waterfalls
- Explore museums
- Ride a cable car
Indulge in local Sapa dishes and Western delicacies at Good Morning View Restaurant, Little Vietnam Restaurant, Sapa 24, Sapa Restaurant, Mountain Bar and Pub, and The Hill Station.
- Silver Waterfall
- Sapa Museum
Guests who choose to stay in Sapa Valley can find accommodations from nearby Sapa Hotels such as Sapa Panorama Hotel, Sapa Center Hotel, Phoung Nam Hotel, Sapa Vista Hotel, Sapa Elite Hotel, and BB Sapa Hotel. Rates range from USD 20 to USD 60.