1. The Lavish Nomad

    I was about to go for the train ride but I decided to something else. Next time will definitely go for the train haha. Vietnam is simply amazing

  2. Cat Lin

    The view of the paddy field is gorgeous! Looks like you had a fun time with the local ladies! I’d love to visit a local’s house and see them live their daily life!

  3. Sheena Leong

    I’ve been to Sapa & I think I thanked all 5 things to do off the list! Phew! This makes me want to go back to Vietnam & do some more trekking in the countryside 🙂

  4. I’ve been to Vietnam twice and still haven’t made it to Sapa! I’ll probably be doing a motorbike journey in the next year or two, so I’ll be saving this for later! Great guide!

  5. […] Visit Cat Cat Village – Nestled in a beautiful valley about three kilometers from Sapa Town, Cat Cat- the old village of ethnic groups- attracts tourists from all over the world for its distinctive customs and practices which have been lost in almost ethnic villages.For a more complete Sapa guide, where to stay and how to get there, check out my blog post here. […]

  6. Francesca

    Some of the best travel memories I have are from those far-off places that most people would pass up. For that reason alone, I think I’d like Sapa. The scenery is beautiful! I think I’d sleep very well on the train 🙂

  7. Look like such an interesting journey that you had! I have to say I am surprised at the nice cabin in the train especially for 4 bunks.
    All of the places are amazing! I would love to watch the animals while hiking or explore the market. I usually love the local markets anywhere.

  8. Sapa looks amazing place! I had never been to such type of cool places. I have added it in my bucket list. I watched video, I must say just incredible! Thanks for sharing your journey in Sapa.

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