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

First day hiking in Sapa

A travel blog entry by ozray on Nov 03, 2015

31 photos

Train arrived at 5:30 to the Lao Cai station which was quite modern looking and once outside there were scores of drivers holding up cards with names and eventually we found ours. It was a one hour drive up the mountain to Sapa and I was thankful our mini-bus was full because it meant that we were the ones being overtaken. Trying to overtake on that windy mountain road is not something I would like to do. Everything is very well organised and ...


A travel blog entry by 38060273 on Sep 11, 2015

13 photos

לאחר נסיעת הלילה נשארי 01; עוד שעתיי 01; לישון באוטו 89;וס וב6:00, כשנפת 95;ות הדלתו 14; קופצו 14; ...

Wet and Wild

A travel blog entry by truclopez on Aug 05, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

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Sapa is located in northwest Viet Nam and it has no airport so most tourists arrive here by overnight train which is what we did. The train arrived into Lao Cai where our guide picked us up and took us by car to Sapa which was an hour-long ride. The drive was a little rough getting there due to the lack of paved roads for most of the way. Our hotel, U Sapa, opened its door only a year ago so it was new, modern, clean, and ...

I love the smell of omelette in the morning

A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Jul 31, 2015

64 photos

... and it was air conditioned! In the evening we went for a drink. We were planning on doing a bit of a crawl, to see what prices were like in a few places, and have a couple of Bia Hoi's sat on a kiddy chair, but we didn't get that far. The first place we went to hadn't actually opened yet. It was due to open sometime in the next week. It looked cool and industrial so we had a look. The owners were in there testing the food they would be serving when they opened. They ...


A travel blog entry by lilyfesler on Jul 25, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... day felt a whole lot more like a 6k, and we arrived at the homestay at around 2:30pm. Our group language dynamic was really interesting: English was our only common language, but most of the Frenchies and Swiss could only speak in broken English (with the exception of an American-French med student), so they would often have their own conversations in French that only the Catalonians could join in on. I usually spoke to the Catalonians in Castillian, but the rest of the group ...