River fish

Sapa residents are also very fond of their fish. One type called Stream fish, because they are residents of the areas mountainous streams or brooks. Stream fish are various in types from white fattened-body fish such as ditch fish, goby to the fish whose color is mixed between black and stone moss color. Sapa Stream fish are usually…

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Salmon fish in Sapa

Such fish which live only in cold regions like America or Europe have been imported but only successfully adopted in Sapa. With bold taste, pretty pink meat, high nutritional ingredients, salmon is one of the most luxurious dishes for tourists coming to Sapa – Lao Cai. Sometimes, salmon is not only delicious by its taste,…

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Dragon fish in Sapa

Everyone is so busy life although always want to find a hobby to relax after a hard working day, my own passion too much to try it already takes up time work but not so but leave the hobby of his. Luc hobby memories of fish like to send you read the image a red…

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01 Day Share the Experience with Fansipan Cable – Car

(Châu Long) – On early of new year, the thousand of domestic and foreigner visitor set foot on the peak of Fansipan mountain ( the roof of Indochina 3.143m ) to admire and conquer this peak with exciting feel as they were on cloud nine. Cable car contains maximum to 35 guests for each time…

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Xa Pho Ethnic Minority

The Xa Pho came to Vietnam about  300 years ago. Xa Pho village of xa pho tribe the smallest group in Sapa who have very little contact with modern Vietnam Some believe that their clothes indicate they immigrated from the southern islands of Asia, such as Malaysia and Indonesia. Where to visit: You can visit…

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Dzay Ethnic Minority

The Giay immigrated from China 200 years ago. They are strongly influenced by Chinese culture. History: The Giay immigrated from China 200 years ago. They are strongly influenced by Chinese culture. Dzay Women’s at Ta Van village Where to visit: You can visit Dzay group in the Ta Van village. Language: The Giay people speak a language of…

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