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Sapa is one of the most beautiful and famous in Viet Nam and in the world. Travel to Sapa by Bus is the best way to travel between Hanoi and Sapa. The travel time takes about 5 hours with our Luxury Open Buses. The bus fares are less expensive than...more
Hours Today: 3:30 AM - 11:30 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Ly Thai To, Hoan Kiem | Hoan Kiem, Hanoi 100000, Vietnam
We took non-sleeper bus and seats were comfortable, plenty of space and leg room. The bus ride also gave us plenty of restroom stops.
The whole experience would be perfect, if not for the "tour guide" on the bus sort of scammed us. As our...More
We were picked up from the old quarter, delivered to the terminal in Sapa. The trip was very comfortable with great views.
Our only problem was the quide gave us the wrong direction to the hotel and as Sapa is rather hilly, we were pretty...More
We used this bus for our return trip to sapa instead of the train , it was fab and comfy , you get blanket , water , cookies plus break to stop, was able to sleep fine ,the bus had WiFi but it wasn’t great...More
The driver was a very good driver ; the travel was safe . We had two breaks during the Journey. Before arriving they Ask us where IS our hôtel so if it's close they show us the way and if not u Can use their...More
We went to Sapa Express office and bought our 17$ tickets from Hanoi to Sapa. We were offered pick up from the hotel, but our hotel was in walking distance. We were surprized over the top modern bus with wifi and reclining seats. Freindly staff...More
Bus is very relaxing, seats recline, plenty of leg room, individual lights and air vents. Staff very friendly and obliging, offer blankets, pillows, water and a snack. Stop for 30min dinner break. The cafe place was terrible as no hot food or substantial meal available,...More
I don't understand why people would take the train to Sapa when this alternative is available. Costs Half the price, half the time , drops you off in Sapa instead of Loa Cai and is double as comfortable. And a friendly staff as a surplus....More
Take the bus to sapa instead. I have never taken the train to sapa before but the thought of getting there in the am and needing to minivan for another houd doesnt seem too appealing. Chances are you cant chk in yet.
I think the...More