In recent years, a number of outstanding, newly developed tourism projects have boosted the appeal of both established and emerging destinations in Vietnam, drawing more international visitors, and boosting domestic tourism. Buddha Shakyamuni statue at Fansipan Legend - Photo courtesy of Sun Group Elevating the ‘roof of Indochina’ For many years, Sa Pa in Lao Cai Province had been a gateway town to the north of Vietnam—a heavenly realm of stunning mountains and lush valleys. The most intrepid of travellers came to conquer Fansipan, also known as the “Roof of Indochina”. At a height of 3,143metres, scaling the precipitous slopes of Fanispan—a national symbol of Vietnam—to reach the peak was a two-day expedition that could only to be undertaken by those in good health. But in February, 2016 that would change overnight with the opening of a three-rope cable car system that could take visitors from the centre of Sa Pa to the peak of Fansipan in under 20 minutes. Developed to the tune of thousands billion dong by Sun Group,Vietnam’s premier developer of luxury resorts, entertainment and leisure complexes, the cable-car system transformed the tourism experience for visitors to Sapa. Stretching 6,292.5 meters (making it the world’s longest non-stop three-rope cable… Read full this story
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