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Lao Cai Province 

Capital: Lao Cai City
Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), H'Mong, Tay, Dao 
Highlights: Sa Pa, Fansipan Mount, Sa Pa Ancient Rock Field, Bac Ha Market

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Lao Cai City

The final stop on the Ha Noi-Lao Cai railway is located on the Sino-Vietnamese border. The Chinese area of Coc Leu is accessible from Lao Cai by a steel bridge that also serves as a border gate. 
Though small, Lao Cai City is considered by many as an exotic township. If you are in Lao Cai on time for the market, you can enjoy the happy, smiling faces of the young girls of the ethnic minorities in their traditional colourful costumes. 
Going to the market is not exclusively for shopping, but it is also an opportunity for the girls to show their happiness and beauty to others, especially to young men.


Sa Pa is a beautiful and romantic tourist town, 38 km from Lao Cai City. At the height of 1,600m above sea level, the average temperature of the area is 15-18°C. It is cool in summer and cold in winter. Visitor to Sa Pa in summer can feel the climate of four seasons in one day. In the morning and afternoon, it is cool like the weather of spring and autumn. At noon, it is as sunny and cloudless as the weather of summer. And it is cold in the evening. From May to August, it rains a lot.
In the town center, old and new villas with red roofs now appear and now disappear in the green rows of po-mu trees, bringing the town the beauty of European towns. To the west of Sa Pa Small Town is the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range and Mount Fansipan with 3,143-meter-high, covered with cloud all year around. Conquering this mount is the passion of many domestic and foreign tourists.
In addition, Sa Pa boasts numerous tourist sites, including Ham Rong Mountain, Silver Waterfall, Rattan Bridge, Bamboo forest and Ta Phin Cave. 
Fresh and cool air in Sa Pa is an idea climate condition for growing temperate vegetables such as cabbage, chayote, precious medicinal herbs, and fruit trees such as plum, pear. 
Visitors to Sa Pa will have opportunities to discover the unique customs of the local residents. Particularly, the Sa Pa Market on every Saturday night is very attractive to tourists. 
From Ha Noi, take a train to Lao Cai (departs from Ha Noi Railway Station at 9.30pm or 10.30pm and arrives in Lao Cai at 7.30am or 6am the next day), and then take a minibus to Sa Pa (1 hours) or a motorbike taxi.

Sa Pa Ancient Rock Field

This 8km2 area of remains consists of large multi-grade rocks engraved with ancient images; it is located in the Muong Hoa Valley, between the terraced rice paddies of ethnic minority groups. The first exploration research, in 1925, recorded that there were 200 stones of various dimen-concen-in the Hon Bo, is 15m and 6m is the sions trated area, which long high,biggest of these rocks. The engravings on the surfaces of the stone are either pictographic or decorative. Remarkably, among the engravings are drawings of humans, stilt-houses of the ethnic minorities and symbols believed to be a primitive form of writing. But their meaning has not yet been deciphered.
In addition, impressive images include a da chong (the husband stone), da vo (the wife stone), as well as stones that look like tigers and a stela with an incantation written on it by the carver to help his people defeat the tigers. The da chong and da vo tell the story of faithful lovo between a couple who overcame all difficulties to be together; even though they turned to stone, they are still dedicated to each other. 
Archaeologists have proven that this area has been inhabited since ancient times. These fascinating Viet remains have drawn the attention of scientists and are being considered by UNESCO to become a World Cultural Heritage Site.

Cau May (Rattan Bridge)

Cau May spans Muong Hoa Stream, about 17km southeast of Sa Pa Town's centre. From the main road, the tourists can go along a 3km-long trail to Cau May. This bridge is made of rattan and wood plank. When the Cau May and Muong Hoa Stream are covered with fog, the tourists will feel they're on cloud.

Ta Phin Village

Ta Phin Village is located in Ta Phin Commune, Sa Pa District, about 12km northeast of Sa Pa Town. The village is surrounded by mountains and owns spectacular rice terraces. The best time to visit Ta Phin is in late afternoon when tourists can enjoy amazing view of sunset over the village and the whole surrounding areas. 
In Ta Phin Village there are two ethnic minorities living in harmony. They are the Red Dao, who make up the majority, and the Black Mong. It is the best for the tourists to distinguish the difference in culture, way of living of ethnic minorities in Sa Pa. 
A common sight in the village is to see the woman and the girls sitting together, gossiping and laughing, head down focused on a piece of indigo coloured cloth. They make their embroidery and brocade products that are sold and traded amongst the villages and visitors. The locals are friendly and will invite the tourists to go to their homes to show how they live and what they have. 
Ta Phin Village now is also a famous destination for trekking tours. Whether the tourists choose to stay overnight in the village or just visit for a day, the locals will be happy to organise a tour for them through the village. The tourists may meet locals working the field, see traditional housing, visit caves and medicine bath complex or go for a long walk through the rice paddies and mountain views.

Terraced rice fields

Terraced rice fields are located in the northern mountainous provinces. Due to the steep feature, fertile soil thanks to it was created by weathered granite rock and mountain cliffs often stock water, local ethnic minority people can grow rice and establish terraced rice fields, one after another, from the foot to nearly top of mountains. Generations to generations of these people have made terraced rice fields as we see today. 
When being seen from afar, the terraced rice fields look like a picture of nature with heart-catching beauty keeping tourists to stay for admiration for a while. This picture however has its colour changed seasonally, exhibiting its most alluring charm when the new crop begins, green rice grows and the field is lush with ripening rice. 
As usual in April and May when the local people water their fields at full to prepare for a new crop, the surface of terraced fields shines like a mirror reflecting the contrast of the reddish brown of soil, the deep blue of the sky high above and the green of surrounding forests. Embankments surrounding these terraces look like threads softly lined by the painter.
In June and July, the terraced rice fields with fully-grown paddy rice and forest trees spread the green out to the entire area, from the foot to top of mountains, before disappearing in mist. The green of paddy rice grown on the terraced field makes tourists think of it as a hand-made creation of uniqueness which cannot be found anywhere else. 
In September and October when autumn ends, tourists can feel prosperity all over the area as rice in all terraced fields is ripe, giving the gold colour. During the time, the terraced rice fields look like golden silk scarves flying over in the wind above green mountain slopes, making the mountainous landscape astonishingly beautiful. 
Striking terraced rice fields coupled with distinctive cultural practices of local ethnic minority groups have created the uniqueness of the northern mountainous area. 
The tourists can visit some famous terraced rice fields in the northern mountainous area such as: terraced rice fields in Sa Pa (Lao Cai Province) were voted as one of seven most beautiful and impressive terraced rice fields of Asia and the world by readers of American magazine named Travel and Leisure, terraced rice fields in Mu Chang Chai (Yen Bai Province) were recognized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism as national heritage in 2007, terraced rice fields in Hoang Su Phi (Ha Giang Province)... 

Thac Bac (Silver Waterfall)

Thac Bac lies beside National Highway No 4D, about 12km from Sa Pa Town's centre. Silver Waterfall is formed by sources of water from the Lo Sui Tong mountain peak. From the distance, the waterfall looks like a white dragon looking down from the sky. You can reach the Silver Waterfall by motor bike or by
car in half an hour. From there you can see stunning view of the surrounding mountains and the last forests belonging to Hoang Lien National Park.

Hoang Lien National Park

Hoang Lien National Park is situated at a height of 1,000m to 3,000m above sea level in Hoang Lien Son Range in Sa Pa and Van Ban districts, Lao Cai Province, and a partly belongs to Than Uyen District, Lai Chau Province. 
With a total inner area of 29,845ha and a buffer area of 38,724ha, forests in Hoang Lien National Park are mainly primitive with a diversified system of fauna and flora. There are about 66 species of animals, of which 16 species in Vietnam Redbook; 347 species of birds, 41 species of amphibians and 61 species of reptiles, including rare thorn frogs found recently. 
Flora system is also diversified with more than 2,000 species, of which, 66 species are included in Vietnam Redbook such as: green cypress, Nothotsuga, Podocarpaceae, red pine... The flora in Hoang Lien is divided into different grades and layers. In the foot of the mountain range, there are cotton trees, jack trees with relatively high density, forming landscapes such as Coc Leu (Coc Gao), Coc San (Coc Mit), etc. From here up to the height of 700m are tropical belts with thick primitive forest sides, and interlace creepers. At the height from 700m upwards, there situated bare seeds trees layer such as fokienia hod-ginsii, including big trees with a height of 50 to 60m, having existed for hundreds of years. From the height of 2,800m, there are brushes of short bamboo with the height of 25 - 30cm, covering land surface. These trees, with bodies being bare and some leaves scattered, are also called phat tran bamboo. There are also some trees of species such as sedge, rose, and goldthread families growing among such trees.
With such diversified forest ecology, Hoang Lien National Park was ranked level A - the highest level regarding biodiversity value of Vietnam - by Global Environmental Fund and was recognized as ASEAN Heritage Park in 2006. Especially, this is also a place to reserve and keep many traditional cultural identities of ethnic communities in the inner and buffer areas of the national park such as Mong, Tay, Dao, Giay ethnic groups...

Fansipan Mountain

Fansipan Mountain is located 9km southwest of Sa Pa in the Hoang Lien Son Range. It is the highest peak (3,143m) of the Indochina Peninsula. From a distance, it's very difficult to see clearly Fansipan, even in a clear day. 
Climbing up the mountain along the path via Cat Cat Village of the H'Mong people, you must cross an abrupt slope, a cold spring and a thick forest. To the edge of the forest, you are at the altitude of 1,700m. You can go along the mountain side to the height of 2,080m. At 2,400 m above the sea level, there is a beautiful forest of pine trees. Up to the height of 2,900m, you can see Sa Pa Small Town through the layers of clouds. Crossing a thick forest of bamboos and three streams, Fansipan Peak looms in front of you. Atop of the peak, there are rocks of all sizes, much weathered by winds and harsh climatic conditions. In a slanting position stands a stainless steel pyramid placed in 1984 to mark the altitude of 3,143m. 
At this landmark, you can have a panorama of all directions and take photos in joy and pride that you have conquered the roof of Indochina.

Cluster of Bac Ha relics

Located around 70km northeast of Lao Cai City, the mountainous district of Bac Ha boasts a high potential for tourism. Starting from Lao Cai City, visitors will travel on highway 70 for about 39km, taking a left turn to continue the trip for another 24km on provincial road 153 before reaching Bac Ha Town. Having a mild temperature, Bac Ha reveals its most stunning beauty in the spring when peach and plum trees are in full blossom all over the place. Tam Hoa plum are grown everywhere in the locality. However, the most beautiful plum gardens are found in Ban Pho Commune at the foot of Co Tien Mountain, about 4km from Bac Ha Town. In the drizzling rain, purely white flowers of Tam Hoa plum trees in full blossom are gone with the mild spring wind like white butterflies flying away. That's why Bac Ha is also called "Cao nguyen trang" (literally interpreted as White Valley). Possessing a variety of natural sightseeing places of breathtaking beauty, Bac Ha also has an appeal of a rich culture of 14 ethnic minority groups inhabited in the area. 
Bac Ha weekly market is one of the biggest weekly markets in northwest Vietnam. The market is held every Sunday morning, gathering all the locals for bartering and stocking up on goods. It's not only a market, but a chance for them to meet, talk, and gossip. Every Sunday morning, the market is packed with H'mong, red Dao and Ha Nhi ethnic minorities. Visitors can find a surprising feel of hand-made embroidered items, tasting "Thang co" (mixture of all parts of horses) and corn wine, which are famous food and drink of the ethnic minority people in the area. In the edition early 2009, Sri Lanka's Serendis magazine introduced Bac Ha market as one of the ten attractive weekly markets in Southeast Asia. 
Hoang A Tuong Castle, 300m from Bac Ha Market, is located in the heart of Bac Ha Town. It is a unique structure depicting combination of Western architecture and Oriental Feng Shui principles. The owner of this two-storey building is Hoang Yen Chao of Tay origin whose son is Hoang A Tuong. Hoang Yen Chao was a powerful local mandarin who safeguarded by the French colonialists. The Hoang A Tuong Castle covering an area of 4,000m2 was built between 1914 and 1921 on a low hill overlooking the Bac Ha Valley. The two-storey building has a total floor space of 400m2, entailing living rooms, bedrooms, meeting rooms, and an accommodation area reserved for maids and guards. On the place is a defence system with fortified walls and bunkers serving as watchtowers to spot movements hailing from all directions to the building. A relic of the French colonialism, the Hoang A Tuong Castle remains quite intact. 
Bac Ha Temple is also located in Bac Ha Town. The temple is dedicated to Gia Quoc Cong Vu Van Mat - who brought fame to Bac Ha land and the nation's northwestern border under the Mac and Late Le dynasties. On the seventh day of the seventh lunar month, a festival is held at Bac Ha Temple for the locals and people from far and near to pay tribute to Gia Quoc Cong, who made great services to the nation and the people.


Spring Mountain Festival

To 5th of the 1st lunar month. 
This festival of the H'Mong ethnic group is called Gau Tao or San Sai, which means "walking in the open air" or "wandering on the mountain top". The festival is usually held after the lunar New Year celebration on a sloping hill near the village. The days of the festival are filled with colourful traditional religious customs, such as blessing heaven for a child, fortune or a lucky and happy life. This is also the time that mountain villagers, boys and girls, all display their best clothes and new costumes. 
Many entertaining contests also take place, such as gun shooting, giao duyen singing (a style of singing where a boy and girl sing traditional love songs to express their love for each other), pan-pipe playing and dancing, kung fu, ball throwing and feasting.

Long Tong Festival of the Tay

5th or 15th of the 1st lunar month 
The Long Tong Festival is held in the fields near the village. The centre of the festival is the con tree (cloth-ball tree). 
It is the most specific activity of the Tay people. It reflects the desire to have good crops, health, as well as many children and grandchildren. The ceremony involves solemn rituals, such as staging a procession for the Water, worshipping ceremonies to the Village Deity, the Stream Deity and the Mountain Deity, and worshipping the con tree. 
There are many merry games such as nem con (a game in which boys and girls throw cloth balls), tug-of-wars, playing cockfights by banana flowers, and buffalo fights by asparagus. Boys and girls come to the festival to folk dance, sing love songs, and make friends.

Tourist Information

IDD code: 84 - 20


Lao Cai City is 340km from Ha Noi.


Lao Cai Railway Station

Khanh Yen St., Lao Cai City 
Tel: 3830 093, Fax: 3832 986
Tourists often take night trains from Ha Noi to Lao Cai. There are some comfortable carriages in SP trains between Ha Noi and Lao Cai:
SP1& 2: Fansipan Express, Tulico Express, Hara Train, Royal Express, Pumkin Express Train 
SP7 & 8: King Express, Livitrans Express Train 
SP3 & 4: Orient Express, Green Train, Victoria Express Train, Sapaly Express Train The train stops at Lao Cai City; to reach Sa Pa, you need to travel an hour more by shuttle buses, car or motorbike.

Bus & Minibus

- Buses between Lao Cai and Ha Noi run daily and take about 10 hours.
- Minibuses run regularly between Sa Pa and Lao Cai (1 hour, 2USD) from 5am to 5pm.
- Minibus from Lao Cai to Bac Ha (110km), three times daily.
- Minibus from Sa Pa to Bac Ha for Sunday Market costs around 12USD. On the way back, it is possible to stop in Lao Cai and catch the night train back to Ha Noi.

Car & Motobike & Bicycle

Easy to hire car, motorbike or bicycle in Lao Cai City and Sa Pa Town. You can travel by motorbike taxis with reasonable price. However, you should bargain in advance.

Horse-Driven Carst

A good way to get around for sightseeing. 
Vietnam Airlines has office at
2 Fansipan St., Sa Pa Town. 
Tel: 3873 404, Fax: 3873 414. 
Open hours: Mon - Sun: 08.00 - 11.30 and 13.30- 17.00.

Tourism Division (DCST)

258 Hoang Lien St., Lao Cai City 
Tel:3840 039, Fax: 3840 706

Tourist Information Centre

2 Fansipan, Sa Pa Town, Sa Pa Dist. 
Tel: 3871 975, Fax: 3871 976

In Lao Cai City

Tour Operator 

Hoang Anh Travel Co.

38 Ton That Thuyet St.
Tel: 3836 556, Fax: 3835 447

Lao Cai International Tourism Jsc.

13 Nguyen Hue St.
Tel: 3833 833, Fax: 3846 663

Lao Cai Tourist

122 Nguyen Hue St. 
Tel: 3838 488, Fax: 3838 488


Hotels in Lao Cai
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Hoang Lien Restaurant

54 Hoang Lien St., 
Tel: 3820 636

Le Bordeaux Restaurant

322 Nguyen Hue St. 
Tel: 3832 948, Fax: 3837 347

Tay Bac Quan Restaurant

61 Ham Nghi St., 
Tel: 3845 688

Viet Hoa Restaurant

73 Phan Dinh Phung St.

In Sa Pa

Tour Operator 

Duc Minh Travel

10 Cau May St.
Tel: 3871 881, Fax: 3872 881

Hung Vy Trade and Tourism Co., Ltd.

24 Dong Loi St.
Tel: 3871 245, Fax: 3871 844

Topas Adventure Vietnam

24 Muong Hoa St.
Tel: 3871 331, Fax: 3871 596

Trails of Mountain Tourism Co., Ltd.

8 Hoang Dieu St.
Tel: 3872 811, Fax: 3872 988


ATI - Sa Pa Rose Garden Resort

1 Muong Hoa St. 
Tel: 3871 056, Fax: 3872 235

Bamboo Sa Pa Hotel

18 Muong Hoa St.
Tel: 3871 075, Fax: 3871 945
50 rooms, US$55-225

Binh Minh II Hotel

Thu Dau 1 St.
Tel: 3871 142, Fax: 3871 14
32 rooms, US$12

Chau Long Sa Pa Hotel

24 Dong Loi St.
Tel: 3871 245, Fax: 3871 844
100 rooms, US$45-210

Dang Khoa Sa Pa Hotel

75 Xuan Vien St.
Tel: 3502 111, Fax: 3871 999
40 rooms, US$20-35

Green Bamboo Sa Pa Hotel

Cau May St., 
Tel: 3871 075, Fax: 3871 945, 
28 rooms, US$15-25

Hoang Gia Sa Pa Hotel

54B Cau May St. 
Tel: 3871 313, Fax: 3871 788
30 rooms, US$22-35

Hoang Lien Hotel

8 Cau May St.
Tel: 3871 178, Fax: 3871 176
30 rooms, US$12-24

Hoian Sa Pa Hotel

Group 8, Cat Cat St., 
Tel: 3872 220, Fax: 3872 943,40 rooms

Lao Cai International Hotel (branch in Sa Pa)

Ham Rong St.
Tel: 3872 928, Fax: 3873 117
27 rooms, US$15-30

Mountain View (Ninh Hong) Hotel

54A Cau May St.
Tel: 3871 334, Fax: 3871 690

Quynh Mai Hotel

Ham Rong
Tel: 3871 450, Fax: 3871 350, 23 rooms

Sa Pa Goldsea Hotel

58 Fansipan St. 
Tel: 3872 180, Fax: 3872 185
34 rooms, US$30-60

Sapa Queen Hotel

9 Muong Hoa St. 
Tel: 3871 301, Fax: 3871 301
20 rooms, US$10-30

Topas Ecolodge

24 Muong Hoa St. 
Tel: 3872 404, Fax: 3872 405
25 rooms, US$74-79

True Lan Hotel

Dien Bien St., 
Tel: 3872 367, 22 rooms

Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa

9 Hoang Dieu St. 
Tel: 3871 522, Fax: 3871 539
77 rooms, US$195-295

Vietnam Trade Union Hotel in Sapa

Ham Rong St.
Tel: 3871 315, Fax: 3871 602
50 rooms, US$37-55


Anh Dao Restaurant

Cau May St.
Baquatte & Chocolat (Hoa Sua school) Restaurant
31 Thac Bac St., Tel: 3871 776

Camillia Restaurant

22 Tue Tinh St. 
Tel: 3871 455, Fax: 3873 355
Vietnamese, European food, specialities of the northwest mountainous area.

Chapa Restaurant

40 Cau May St.
Tel: 3871 045, Fax: 3873 145

Delta Restaurant

33 Cau May St.
Tel: 3871 799, Fax: 3871 819
Italian and Vietnamese food. Good pizzas and pastas.

Fansipan Restaurant

25 Cau May St. 
Tel: 3871 556, Fax: 3871 556
A clean, cheap and small restaurant. Good fo 1 and fruit wine.

Grecko Restaurant

4 Ham Rong St., Sa Pa Town 
Tel: 3871 504, Fax: 3871 898

Little Sa Pa Restaurant

18 Cau May St., 
Tel: 3871 222 
French, Italian cuisine and pizza, spaghetti.

Lotus Restaurant

34 Cau May St.
Tel: 3258 789, Fax: 3873 567

Observatory Restaurant

39 Xuan Vien St.
Tel: 3871 019, Fax: 3871 126

Red Dao Restaurant

4B Thac Bac St.
Tel: 3872 927, Fax: 3873 434

In Bac Ha Dang Khoa Hotel

117 - Ngoc Uyen, 15 rooms Sao Mai Hotel 
Tel: 3880 288, Fax: 3780 352,
65 rooms, US$30-70

Thanh Cong Guest House

Tel: 3880 313,10 rooms


You can buy brocades (handmade or machine-made) in shops, at the market or along road that offered by local people. Going to the local markets, you can buy traditional medicaments in separate items or buy packs of prescribed items. Sa Pa has a variety of medicinal plants, almost all of which are leading ingredients in a recipe of traditional medicine because they can only grow in this climate. Vegetable in Sa Pa is also very fresh, clean and delicious with the unique taste.


Sa Pa Market

Saturday is the busiest day, the town becomes so crowded with tourists. Bac Ha Market On Sunday in the town of Bac Ha. Items on sale include buffaloes, pigs, horses and chickens. Tourists, however, usually buy handicrafts and local wine.

Can Cau Market

20km north of Bac Ha. This is one of Vietnam's most exotic open-air markets. It is open on Saturdays. Lung Phin Market. Between Can Cau Market and Bac Ha, about 12km from the town. It opens on Sundays.


Bamboo Bar, Green Bamboo Hotel Live dance & music show by minority people living in Sa Pa on Friday and Saturday

Ham Rong Tourist Area

Tel: 3871 289, Fax: 3871 303 
Traditional shows are usually organised. Phong Son Restaurant offers traditional food. Ta Fin Bar Victoria Sapa Hotel Visit and enjoy a glass of hot red wine by the fireplace

Post Office

Lao Cai City

196 Hoang Lien St.,
Tel: 3822 335

Sa Pa Town

6 Thach Son St., 
Tel: 3871 109

Bac Ha Town:

Tel: 3880 299

Medical Services

General Hospital

Ly Cong Uan St., Lao Cai City 
Tel: 3842 345

Sapa health-care Centre

Pham Ngoc Thach St., Sa Pa 
Tel: 3871 237



5 Nguyen Hue St., Lao Cai City 
Tel: 3820 078


2 Hoang Sao St., Lao Cai City 
Tel: 3820 009


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