Admiring the most beautiful time in Sapa - the sunset

Admiring the most beautiful time in Sapa - the sunset

Nature favors Sapa a picture of both romantic, majestic, and vast landscape with ranges of mountains, terraced fields, quiet pine trees, etc.

It can be said that Sapa is the "meeting place between heaven and earth" with the most spectacular natural scenery in the North. Therefore, there is nothing more overwhelming than the feeling of watching the most brilliant moment of the day in a high position - the sunset.

So, where is the most beautiful sunset in Sapa?

There are many points you can admire this unique beauty, from the top of the mountains to the terraced rice fields, etc. And the choice is yours.

Let's take a look at the 4 most beautiful sunset views in Sapa with us.

4 most beautiful places to admire the sunset in Sapa

  • Fansipan mountain

  • O Quy Ho pass

  • Ham Rong mountain

  • Vong Canh Cafe and Bar

Fansipan mountain

Sunset on Fansipan peak

Sunset on Fansipan peak

Have you ever imagined you'd have a chance to watch the sunset at an altitude of 3,143m? If not, then take your backpack and go on a Sapa trekking tour by train now to admire the natural phenomenon that is very ordinary but extremely interesting. You can also reach the peak by cable car.

From the top of Fansipan, you can reach out to catch the beautiful sunset mixed with the sky. The red-orange and yellow clouds appear on the horizon and then gradually turn to twilight colors in the late afternoon which makes visitors extremely excited. Just go to Fansipan, anyone can see the scene and feel unregretful for the trip to Sapa.

O Quy Ho pass

O Quy Ho pass at sunset

O Quy Ho pass at sunset

O Quy Ho pass is the continuation boundary between Lao Cai and Lai Chau provinces with a spectacular and dangerous pass. From the top of the pass, you can see the panoramic view of the mountain pass that you've just conquered. Especially, O Quy Ho peak is also the most ideal place to watch the sunset when traveling to Sapa.

The bright red halo on the high peaks, the mountain layers, the purple light on the clouds tinged with flaming pink, etc., all these make the scenery more enchanting and wonderful.

On O Quy Ho peak, there is a small area of shops close together. They are simple but also give us a place to stop and relax to enjoy the poetic nature.

Ham Rong mountain

The view of the sunset from Ham Rong mountain

The view of the sunset from Ham Rong mountain

Once voted by the Huffington Post site as one of the greatest sunset locations, Ham Rong mountain located right in the center of the town is one must-visit tourist destination in Sapa.

On the climbing path, you can also take pictures with lots of flowers of all types and colors. But the most wonderful thing is standing on the top of Ham Rong to see the whole scene of Sapa town and the majestic Fansipan peak submerged in the cloud. It is very beautiful and magical.

Vong Canh Cafe and Bar

Admiring the stunning sunset at Vong Canh Cafe and Bar

Admiring the stunning sunset at Vong Canh Cafe and Bar

Located on a separate hill, behind is Sapa town, at the foot is Cat Cat village, and in front is Hoang Lien Son range (Fansipan peak), it is dubbed as a place with the most beautiful scenery in Sapa. Standing on the Lau Vong Canh and looking down, you can see the panoramic view of the sunset or sunrise in the midst of the green space of mountains and forests.

Vong Canh is about 2 km from the center of Sapa town, located right on the road from the town center to Cat Cat village. Here, visitors can take photos or sit and sip coffee watching the impressive scenery.

Sapa is famous in Asia group travel tours as a place to see the snow in winter, but now it also attracts visitors by the majestic scenery of the sunset on mountains and valleys. So if you travel to Sapa on a sunny day, don’t forget to visit our recommended spots to catch this beautiful moment. If you love it, don’t hesitate to like and share the article with others. Contact us or visit our website for more information about Sapa guides for backpackers. Thank you.