Sapa is one of the biggest magnets attracting travelers to Vietnam over and over. The lovely city in mist owns the fresh air, enchanting mountains, remote Hmong villages, and very nice coffee shops overlooking panoramic scenery. If you are longing for outstanding addresses with both yummy coffee and spectacular view on your Indochina Tour Vietnam, come to five coffee shops in Sapa.
#1: The Hill Station
This is a superb beautiful coffee shop in Muong Hoa Street. With the modest size, The Hill Station gives the warm welcome to all customers who might come for either a great cup of coffee or scenic sightseeing of Sapa Town. Especially, this shop owns lots of vintage corners for photography, ensuring numerous fantastic photographs.
The Hill Station has two floors in the stilted-house style and with spacious views. The exterior and interior of the shop are all impressive, with the brick wall, wooden chairs, vintage corners, etc. Enjoy coffee there, you cherish the peace and charm of Sapa.
#2: The Haven Sapa Camp Site
This place is multi-function as it can be a hostel, a coffee shop, a camp site, and an ideal place for sightseeing Sapa Town. Located on the spectacular hill, The Haven Sapa Camp Site lets you feast eyes with the marvelous view from almost every corner. The 4-sided and open-air zones of the coffee shops provide unlimited and uninterrupted view so that you can see the beautifully forested hill, dreamlike valley, incredible waterfall, and magical terraced rice field from afar.
Behind this camp site is the Sapa Town, and at the foot of the hill is Cat Cat Village, and in front of it is the mighty Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range. The location guarantees you to savor the whole view of Sapa. Sometimes, it feels like you’re getting lost in the paradise when the sceneries appear in mist.
#3: Gem Valley Coffee Shop
Located at the beginning of Cat Cat Village, the Gem Valley coffee shop is famous for brilliantly second-to-none view in Sapa. There you find the nature-friendly design with the wooden gates, brick wall, and nice floral collection. Also, what might set this address apart are the valuable artworks depicting enchanting scenes of Sapa. Not only contemplating the pictures, but Gem Valley also delivers dozens of flattering corners for amazing photos.
#4: Viet Emotion Sapa
Erected in Cau May Town, Viet Emotion is amongst the most frequently checked-in coffee shops in Sapa. There you step into the harmonious world filled with the stunning view, lovely furniture, and colorful flower. The poetic space can even awake the “talented poets” in you. You can find the Hoi An lanterns and some light decoration items to take the great pics.
The patrons also appreciate the menu of drinks and food in this shop which is affordable and diverse. It’s up to you to taste a cup of coffee, cappuccino, or cocktail together with pizza or Vietnamese traditional rice. Spend time relishing the peace as well as enthralling view in this venue.
#5: La Dao Spa Ta Van
Not only is the coffee shop but La Dao is also the homestay address with four bungalows plus the spa service. Unlike other recommended places, La Dao is located in the remote Ta Van Village which is quite far from the town city but the view and the peace are incomparable. This is the true retreat! With impressively spacious zone and open air, every seat in La Dao lets you spread the eyes freely towards the magical terraced rice fields, lush forested hills, or alluring waterfalls. Most travelers stay overnight there after the long trekking.
Come to check in these five coffee shops when you travel to Sapa! Have your camera charged in full when you are in this magnetic destination as every single minute and posture of yours can turn to be the best photographs.
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