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Been to Sapa for several times and this is my first time to reach the Fansipan Mountain.
You can see different type of weather when in the cabin cable. From very sunny at the bottom to rain, foggy and cold on the peak.
We took taxi from our hotel to the cable car station. 700,000 Vietnam dong per pax for 2 way cable car ride and 150,000 Vietnam dong for 2 way train ride on TOP the mountain to go to the TOP of the mountain.
As per previous reviews, this is expensive by Vietnam’s standards at 700k for the cable cart. We wanted to get the mountain train to the cable cart station but it wasn’t running so we got a cab from sapa for 80k (most charge a flat...More
Firstly, you will need to take a cable car to the mountains (cost around 700K local currency). Once you get to the mountain, you can have a choice to take another cable train (cost around 50K local currency), then you will get to the tip...More
I was lucky the day I went not raining. I was able to see the Muong Hoa Valley in the cable car on the way to the top of the mountain. It’s beautiful up there and big Buddha on the top of 3000 meters that...More
For sure one of the highlight when you are in Sapa. There are different ways to get there (hiking or taking the cable car). The most easiest and comfortable way is going by train and by the cable car. The cable car takes 20 min,...More
Hope to come back when the weather's better. Decided not to tale the cable rod as I wpuldn't be able to see much due to the fog. Just did some walking around and got to see the mounting from different vantage points
Fansipan mountain 3143 M (10,312 ft) is the highest mountain in Vietnam and also in Indochinese Peninsula (comprising Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia). In the past it takes 2-3 days trekking to go up to the very peak. Nowadays people can have easier option of taking cable...More
It's one of "must do" things if you're in Sapa. It would take you a long time of trekking, but there's an option make it esier to reach the top - cable car. The view from the peak is amazing, but you should go on...More
Go to the Sun Plaza and buy your return ticket from Sapa center (ie the building itself). It costs you 800,000 Dong (return) and it will take you first by funiculaire and then cable. But to reach the top of Fansipan you need... More
Go to the Sun Plaza and buy your return ticket from Sapa center (ie the building itself). It costs you 800,000 Dong (return) and it will take you first by funiculaire and then cable. But to reach the top of Fansipan you need to purchase another ticket over there. Not sure how much was it but it is worth to take another funiculaire and then walk...