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We traveled hours outside of Hanoi to see this city which is filled with people from all over the world. It’s a popular destination for hikers and wine lovers. Those who live there seem poor but happy. There
are a lot of small hotels and...More
Sapa market is for markets lovers . It is located at a walking distance from Sapa Town Square (Under a mile) .
The indoor , two floors , modern building market , is really an everything market : Fresh and dried local produce like meat...More
We walked 20 minutes to the Sa Pa market. Masses of stalls selling traditional costumes and embroidered items. Very few shoppers and many women in traditional dress, many working sewing machines. A 100 m walk down one of the streets in the town is more...More
Was filling in time and wandered around the 2 levels of this place. Packed with everything from clothes;shoes;produce etc. Stumbled across the local cafe at the rear and must say was the freshest and tastiest lunch of our trip. Pho and fresh rice paper rolls...More
Don't bother going. It's the worst market we've seen in Vietnam.
No atmosphere whatsoever. Inside the market hall most stalls were closed and the few that were open were selling the generic Chinese plastic toys and souvenirs. Outside are few people selling meat and veggies...More
If you’re looking to take home some hand-embroidered textiles, go up the 2nd floor and to the back you’ll find some Hmong women selling mounds of pretty things. Heard they inflate prices especially for tourists so don’t be scared to haggle and walk away when...More
It’s located only 600m from the sapa center park next to the bus station you also can found viet bank to exchange your currency with good bargain of rate than any other place for 1 $ = 22.700 dong. There you can find natural herbs...More
Nothing really fantastic about the market. Most of the stalls are selling the same stuff. If you go up to the 2nd floor, will see a group of H'mong ladies sewing and selling their ethnic fabrics products.
hi my friend, im a local guide in sa pa, call me Mr tee please, and i will be albe to booking the room for your family and organize the tour for you also, please contact to me then we can discuss more clearly. Best regard... More
hi my friend, im a local guide in sa pa, call me Mr tee please, and i will be albe to booking the room for your family and organize the tour for you also, please contact to me then we can discuss more clearly. Best regard and look forward to welcome you and family in sa pa