Discover Sapa when the night falls
If you have visited Sapa, you must agree with me that the scenery in this mountainous town is so brilliant during daytime. However, it is a pity that many travelers after a trekking day in Sapa often ignore a sparkling beauty of the city when the night falls.
Walking along gently sloping roads in the town, in the dim light from street lamps and foggy atmosphere – “specialty of Sapa” and you will discover another beauty of the town in cloud. Visit Sapa with Vietnam and Indochina holidays
You will be attracted by many barbecue restaurants because of the irresistible scented smells so if you feel hungry or just want to enjoy a little taste of mountain cuisine, there is no reason to not visit one of them. While you are eating, you might see some ethnic women are patiently selling their brocade products and they only return their villages in the cold frosty night until they are all sold out. Tours in Vietnam
Keep on walking a little further to the Cau May street, travellers will have a great chance to feel clearly the pristine beauty of northwestern mountain. You will only hear the wind roaring in your ears and feel the cold air of mist. Many in love couples walking side by side sometimes rub their hands together and then put on cheeks in order to feel the warmth
To me, I like to enjoy a glass of hot red wine by the fireplace. If you are lucky to visit Sapa on Saturday, you definitely should not ignore traditional dances performed by H’mong and Thai Minority people which often take place during 8 PM to 9PM. Many travellers prefer walking around the town for night shopping, but if you are interested, remember that they are closed by 10 P.M.
To anyone who has had a chance to visit Sapa, it is really hard to forget the special feeling when enjoying the town of Sapa when night falls. A touching beauty of Sapa at night can make travellers feel nostalgic when they have to comeback from the trips.
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