1. Fansipan – The Roof of Indochina
Conquering the highest mountain in Vietnam and 03 Indochina countries will surely give visitors an unforgettable experience when coming to Sapa.
Fansipan in the local language means "giant precarious rock", located at an altitude of 3.143m above sea level. Setting foot here, visitors will experience the feeling of standing in the middle of the vast sky, seeing the length and breadth of the country's mountains and rivers.
If before, climbing to the top would take about 4-5 days of hard work, fatigue, or even more, now people no longer have to worry about traveling. The world's most modern SAPA - FANSIPAN cable car route, which was put into use in February 2, has helped more people easily have the opportunity to set foot on the Roof of Indochina without spending much effort and time.
The Fansipan cable car in Sapa has an updated ticket price in 2019 as follows:
Cable car fare in 2019 for out-of-province visitors:
- 700,000 VND / adult and children over 1,4m.
- 500,000 VND/child from 1m to 1,4m.
Cable car fare for guests with permanent residence in Lao Cai
- 500,000 VND / adult and children over 1,4m.
- 300,000 VND/child from 1m to 1,4m tall
- Children under 1m tall are free of charge.
Conditions for applying Lao Cai ticket: Present ID card, GPLX or passport