Tags : Amusement & Theme Park
Timings : Monday to Friday: 07:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Saturday to Sunday: 07:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Ticket Price : Cable Car (Adults): VND 800,000
Cable Car (Children between 1m to 1.4m in height): VND 550,000
Muong Hoa train ticket: VND 150,000 (Way-up), VND 120,000 (Way-down), VND 270,000 (Round-trip)
Train ticket to Fansipan: VND 150,000
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Cradled in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range, Sun World Fansipan in Sapa is a tourism and cultural complex offering recreational experiences, attractions, and accommodations. A 20-minute cable car ride takes you to Fansipan Peak at 3,143m altitude. At Fansipan, there are more than a dozen spiritual destinations to explore. The Great Buddha Statue, rising over 3,000m, is the primary highlight.
Other attractions include the Guan Yin Statue, Bao An Zen Monastery and Trinh Pagoda, the Enlightenment Path of Thanh Van, Bich Van Zen Monastery, the Grand Belfry, the lotus-shaped Stupa, the Alahat Path, Mountain God Shrine, the 9-story waterfall, and Kim Son Bao Thang Pagoda. You should also see the Flagpole at the summit, which is the highest point the Vietnamese flag is hoisted in the Indo-Chinese region.
Sun World Fansipan Legend holds the Guinness World Record for being the tallest, longest, and most technologically advanced three-wire cable car system in Asia. The trip is accompanied by scenic views of Muong Hoa Valley and the Hoang Lien National Park nestled amid the mountains. The Muong Hoa funicular connects Sa Pa Town with Fansipan, which is an exciting ride as well. There are several plush restaurants and cafes to explore here. Flagstaff Courtyard Cafe is known for its refreshing beverages and snacks, whole Hai Cang Restaurant and Hoang Lien Hai Cang Cafe serve more filling and scrumptious meals. Sunworld Fansipan Legend also hosts a number of events throughout the year, such as flower festivals and winter carnivals.
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