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If you are an adventurer or a trekker. Please do not miss this article.
1. Fanxipan, Sapa
At 3,143 meters above sea level, Fansipan is Vietnam’s highest mountain, as well as the highest in Indochina (Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia).
If you are a trekking enthusiast, this is a destination that you should not miss for a Sapa tour.
For those who love conquering the mountain without devoting much time, you can conquer Fansipan by cable car. With cable car system that will take you 20 minutes to the summit of the station before walking to the actual peak.
2. Ta Xua
Situated 230 kilometers (143 miles) north of Hanoi, Ta Xua, the 10th highest mountain in Vietnam, lies between the provinces of Yen Bai and Son La.
Breathtaking close-ups of blankets of clouds and valleys are the best reward for those who dare to take up the challenge.
3. Sin Ho
Source: Le Hoang Ha
Sin Ho Town is located on the highest peak of the Sin Ho Plateau in Lai Chau province, 430 kilometers (267 miles) north of Hanoi. It’s worth taking on the zigzagging road to witness wooden houses roofed with dark grey cement and surrounded by layers of cloud.
4. Bach Moc Luong Tu
Standing at 3,046m between the northern provinces of Lai Chau and Lao Cai, Bach Moc Luong Tu is the country’s fourth highest mountain and considered one of the hardest mountains to conquer in Vietnam.
5. Y Ty
Located about 360 kilometers (224 miles) north of Hanoi, Y Ty is a highland commune in the west of Bat Xat District, Lao Cai Province. Y Ty is known as “the land of fog”.
Source: Đoàn Quỳnh
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