Bien May Hotel

Address: 10 Thi tran Sapa, Sapa, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 10 Thi tran Sapa, Sapa.
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Travel Blogs from Sapa

Covered in mud

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Dec 10, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... we got to Sapa – a light rain and mist and fog everywhere. Visibility was probably no more than 10-20 metres at some points. Hmmmm hiking could be fun!

Sapa was no better, and in some seasons what would be breathtakingly beautiful clear views, on this day, the panorama from the Panorama Hotel was basically white fog! Walking through the main square in town, you really could literally get lost in the fog – it was quite eerie feeling. We had a place to freshen up ...

The Cloudless Valleys of Sapa

A travel blog entry by ryancmorris89 on Nov 28, 2014

14 photos

... night for dinner and the next morning for breakfast was really quite delicious. Simple -rice, noodles, tofu - but flavoursome. Yen then walked us back through the villages near hers belonging to other tribes, each with their own similar dialects, to Sapa where we rested and enjoyed the weather and great food of a restaurant called Little Sapa. That evening we met a nice English-speaking Vietnamese couple and had a few drinks with ...


A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Nov 26, 2014

15 photos

... a peak in. There is a small bag under a vase on the ground outside the door. Lying next to it is a long bamboo marijuana pipe. Nghie takes a tiny amount out of the packet , lights it and has a couple of puffs before declaring it "very strong". Looks like it was a matter of courtesy not to refuse the head man's hospitality. At the end of the walk we go in to the house of the local government district boss who Nghie says is a friend. Nghie uses their kitchen ...

Trekking through muddy Torro sh** in Sapa!

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Nov 08, 2014

75 photos

... for our 6km round trek to Cat Cat and Sin Chai villages to see the local H'Mong tribes here, as well as Cat Cat waterfall. Our lovely local H'Mong guide for the next three days, Maan, welcomed us to Sapa (with seriously good English) and led us through the town (and THE FOG) down to the nearby villages to see the H'Mong tribes in action embroidering clothes, making silver alongside other handicrafts. Man, do their hand skills and work ethic put us to shame! The fog ...

Sapa Trekking 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 30, 2014

9 photos

... do so within three days of the death.

We continued on through the rice fields, which can be somewhat difficult to navigate. I was wearing my sneakers (the first use I've had for them since getting here to asia) and was glad that it hadn't really rained the day before because the clay was fairly solid. Some of the places we walked I couldn't imagine doing if it was slippery because it was scary enough when the ground was dry.