24 Hours in Sapa, Vietnam – Cat Cat Village 4k



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Sapa, Vietnam is not a big place and if you are not wanting to trek, you can do Sapa in 24 hours. If your looking for what to do in Sapa or even the best things to do in Sapa, look no further friend! In our short time here we visited Sapa’s Cat Cat Village, went to mountain viewpoints including Fanzipan mountain, rode motorbikes all around, and still had time to have an evening walking around Sapa village to do some shopping. It was an incredible 24 hours and the entire time you are wandering around Cat Cat Village and Sapa Village, you have a breathtaking view of Fanzipan mountain which is the tallest mountain in Vietnam. When you’re planning your trip to explore north Vietnam, a self run Sapa tour is the way to go.

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Comments(13)

  1. INTECO MEDIA says:

    Good Video, Professional Skill, Chanel Owner is beautiful, Like

  2. Cheesy Helmet says:

    Don’t buy anything from the children during the week as they should be at school.

  3. James Perry says:

    This was so good to watch, I loved it there! Check out my drone video of it @

  4. N. Thiện says:

    4:34 She ask you: "Do you want to buy or rent?"

  5. Huy Pham says:

    Great video, Thank you for visiting Vietnam.

  6. Truê NTC says:

    Xin chào

  7. Vinh Bùi says:

    hey you are my nephew on September 8 I met you in a crowded stadium and I took you home to have a meal at a restaurant, did you wear the glasses you remember in Quan Ba?

  8. Bam boo says:

    U can rent those Hmong outfit, about 4$ for a day i think.

  9. Arnel A says:

    nice expose of the "mothers" 😊👍💕

  10. Whopper Traveler says:

    Nice video!

  11. RabbidCow 213 says:

    Some investigative journalism going on here.Impressive.

  12. Philip Li says:

    “Is that a cable car?” Lol

  13. Jake & Ry Travels says:

    Those buffalo were so cute!!

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