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Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa is one of the best tourist attractions in the North of Vietnam.

The town is orientated to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear days. It overlooks a plunging valley of cascading rice terraces, with mountains towering above on all sides. Views of this epic scenery are often subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks, but even if it’s cloudy, Sapa is still a fascinating destination, especially when local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour.

The town’s French colonial villas fell into disrepair during successive wars with the French, Americans and Chinese, but following the advent of tourism, Sapa has experienced a renaissance. The downside is a hotel building boom, and because height restrictions are rarely enforced, the Sapa skyline is changing for the worse.

Inherent in this prosperity is cultural change for the hill-tribe people. The H’mong people are very canny traders, urging you to buy handicrafts and trinkets. Many have had little formal education, yet all the youngsters have a good command of English, French and a handful of other languages.

Every year, this place attracts a huge number of tourists, both domestic and foreign people.

One of the most easy and convenient ways to travel to Sapa is to take a night train from Hanoi to Lao Cai, and then take a bus ride to Sapa (32kms). This will enhance your entire Vietnam experience with safer and more deeply sleep with the deluxe decorations.

VietnamTrains.Com provides different kinds of Sapa trains from Hanoi to Laocai. These trains include Victoria Train, Fanxipan Train, Livitrans Train, King Express Train, Tulico Train, Ratraco Train, TSC Train, Orient Train and Hara Train.

Each Sapa train has its own strengths, but they all provide you a comfortable trip with convenient facilities such as soft berths, air conditioners, wooden floor, clean lavatories, bottled water, fresh wipes and cracks.

VietnamTrains.Com offers you a range of cabins from deluxe 4 berths to VIP cabins specially designed for 2 people only.

If you are planning to travel by train to Sapa, we highly recommend the Fanxipan Train, Livitrans Train, King Express Train and Hara Train.

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