Bac Ha Colorful Ethnic Market in Sa Pa - Full Day Tour

This tour offers you a chance to visit Sa Pa's market - the special meeting places of the locals, who, in their colorful traditional attire, come to not only sell their farming products but to purchase things for their essential needs and socialize with others.

Experience Code : 10533



  • Duration: 1 Day(s)
  • No Cancellation
  • Show Mobile or Printed Voucher
  • Fixed Date Ticket
  • English
  • Join In Group
  • Meet Up With Guide
  • Hotel Pick Up

  • Enjoy some of the most rewarding and memorable moments at Sa Pa's market
  • Immerse in the busy atmosphere of the market with the minority locals such as H’mong, Dao, Nung, Tay people
  • Spend time to purchase domestic local products and explore the exotic food of the minority
  • Discover the history of the land by visiting the imperial Hoang A Tuong - King of H'Mong's Palace
  • This tour departs from Hanoi

  • 212 Booked

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Group from 1 pax - Join in Tour (Pickup & Drop off in Sapa)

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Group from 1 pax - Join in Tour (Shared Bus)

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Group from 1 pax - Join in Tour (Limousine)

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Exclusive for 1 pax (Pickup & Drop off in Sapa)

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Exclusive for 1 pax with Shared Bus

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Exclusive for 1 pax with Limousine

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Group of 2 - 5 pax - Private Tour (Pickup & Drop off in Sapa)

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Group of 2 - 5 pax - Private Tour (Shared Bus)

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Group of 2 - 5 pax - Private Tour (Limousine)

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Highlights

In a large area, Sa Pa is an ideal convergence for trading activities and exchange of goods among ethnic minorities mostly Hmong, Dao, Nung, Tay ethnic groups.

Simultaneously, it is also the perfect rendezvous in the unique cultural of the upland people. Sa Pa Market thus becomes one of the most popular things to do in Sapa and an appealing attraction in Sapa tourism as well. Once getting inside the market gate, tourists will see stalls full of mountain fruits like peach, apricot, pear, and plum.

For the ones who are enchanted by the colorful costume of H’Mong, Dao people in Sapa, and looking for authentic ethnic fabric, the second floor of the Sa Pa market is a must-visit. Here, one can find a number of embroidered skirts, handbags, blankets, pillow shams and table covers with unique patterns, made by the indigenous. The ethnic women who sell brocades here can converse quite well in English. After spending a wonderful day visiting and sightseeing the charming side of Sa Pa Market, we will take you on the history stream to Hoang A Tuong – The H’mong’s King Palace before getting back to Sa Pa by van.

In the early morning, streets in Sa Pa downtown are filled with hundreds of Hmong and Red Dao people in colorful ethnic attire heading to Sapa marketIn the early morning, streets in Sa Pa downtown are filled with hundreds of Hmong and Red Dao people in colorful ethnic attire heading to Sapa market
The traditional Sunday market, which is bustling until late afternoon, is not only for trading, but also for socializing and unwinding after hard working daysThe traditional Sunday market, which is bustling until late afternoon, is not only for trading, but also for socializing and unwinding after hard working days
The cuisine specialties of Sa Pa are the must-try for any tourists who comes hereThe cuisine specialties of Sa Pa are the must-try for any tourists who comes here
Once getting inside the market gate, you will be amzed of the selling items from fruits, vegetable, and even animalsOnce getting inside the market gate, you will be amzed of the selling items from fruits, vegetable, and even animals
Here, one can find a number of embroidered skirts, handbags, blankets, pillow shams and table covers with unique patterns, made by the indigenousHere, one can find a number of embroidered skirts, handbags, blankets, pillow shams and table covers with unique patterns, made by the indigenous
Hoang A Tuong Hmong King's Palace was built and designed by two French and Chinese architectsHoang A Tuong Hmong King's Palace was built and designed by two French and Chinese architects

Experience Info

1) Confirmation

  • Instant confirmation

2) Schedule

  • 7:00 AM Pick up & Departure
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM End of Tour

Departure time is subject to change due to the weather condition, transportation & other matters

End of Tour time depends on your or your group pace

3) Inclusion

  • Pick up & Drop off at the meeting point/Hanoi (Shared Bus/Limousine)
  • Pick up & Drop off in Sapa (Air-conditioned Transportation)
  • Private Limousine/ Air-conditioned Transportation/ Shared Bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Mineral water

4) Exclusion

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Personal expenses
  • All other expenses not mentioned in the inclusion

How To Use

1) How to get to meeting point/pick up

  • Pick up time: 7:00 AM
  • Please wait at the hotel lobby and inform the receptionist/concierge of pick up
  • Remember to indicate your pick up location (hotel name and address) and drop off point during booking
  • If you booked the Share Bus Package, please get to the meeting point 30 mins prior to your time slot. Meeting Point: 110A Tran Nhat Duat, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam

2) How to redeem the e-voucher

  • Show the tour guide your E-voucher or printed voucher

Cancellation Policy

No cancellation or refund.

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