How To Use Transportation In Sapa?

Sapa is a famous place of many peaceful villages and majestic mountains, so many travelers desire to visit Sapa. However, the winding of roads is an important thing that you should be careful to use transportation. 

Take a car

Taking a car would be a safe choice. For somewhere far away, you can consider to take it and ask the driver to go everywhere you want with deal price.


  • Mai Linh Taxi  : Phone number:  020 3833 388
  • Thanh Cong Taxi  : Phone number: 020 3685 685

Renting a motorbike 

Normally, some accommodations also provide motorbikes for rent. The process is more simple than renting somewhere outside. You don’t need to leave your passport here and pay for anything. The fee of it will be charged when you check out.

In addition, you can easily rent a motorbike at one of these addresses and choose the one that you like the most. The price would be around 80.000 – 120.000 VND/day (3-5 USD). From here, you will be needing to leave your passport and give the deposit (about 20 USD), it will be returned after giving the motorbike back.

Mr Chinh 

  • Address: 44 Fansipan street, Sapa town.
  • Price: 80.000 VND/day (3 USD)
  • Phone number: 0988 628 515

Lao Cai Tourism Information Center 

  • Address: 02 Fansipan street, Sapa town.
  • Price: 100.000 VND/day (4 USD)

Renting a bicycle 

Riding a bicycle would be an interesting experience to see and feel the beauty of villages as well as mountains in Sapa. Although it will be hard to go up because of the winding of roads, it is still suitable for those who like to challenge themselves.

The company will bring a bicycle to you. You just need to contact them to ask for renting.

Phone number: 0988 911 777

Price: 140.000 VND/ a half day (6 USD) and 240.000 VND/day (10 USD)

The roads in Sapa will make you confused a bit, but its beauty is very worthy to see and feel it. Just need to be careful, you will have nice time in Sapa.

In order to ask for other useful tips for your trip such as how to apply for Vietnam visa, what to eat, where to go in Sapa, etc. you can go to our website.

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