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We visited on Vietnamese National Day and so this place was lively with a football match being screened. Cau May street with the restaurants, the church, Sapa station and tourist board are all around it. It is all right to visit it but I personally...More
Nice square where young people play football and you can look over to the mountains. But as soon as you sit down very young children (sometimes with no shoes on and babies on their backs) come up to you trying to sell bracelets. You SHOULD...More
It’s rainy++++, but as we come from a desert we like that.
The town is et and seems to be changing, towards mass tourism and we’re not fans of that. There are some jewels here and the surrounding countryside is beautiful but the town itself...More
Sa Pa has so much potential given its beautiful nature and views. However the “town” gives it all a bad taste: trying to sell something to you on every corner of every street. And it basically looks like a construction site. Kids not older than...More
Really this is all of Sapa but in this square I had 3 women all yelling at me and following me to buy their stuff. It's a nightmare walking around Sapa, even the town has posted signs saying not to buy from the people wandering...More
There is celebration when we visit and people selling local handcraft during weekend. They also perform local traditional songs and dance while kids dress with their traditional tribe cloth. You probably want to pay them with small amount of money for the picture that you...More
It center point of everything its where people meet, taxi/cab gather performers, local people meet and play games, stall food and street vendor. surround by intersections that refer to street bar or main road, you also can go to (on progres constructed) sapa station mall...More
Quang Truong Square located at the town centre, a meeting and gathering point for locals and tourists. The square and the large steps surrounding the square are used for playing football or vollayball for the locals so it creates a natural tribune for them. The...More