Amazing experience to conquer the top of Indochina – Fansipan Mount Peak in Sapa, by cable car, just have a seat tight in a cabin, within only 15 minutes, you will reach the top of Fansipan at 3,143m high. Recently opened for tourists, the cable route has welcomed thousands of visitors coming to Sapa to make their dream of conquering the highest Indochina peak to be real.
In the past, Fansipan normally takes climbers two days to cross the challenging route to reach the top of Fansipan, but everyone can now touch what is also known as “Indochina’s Roof” within 15 minutes thanks to the Fansipan cable car system.
Each cable car is capable of carrying 30 to 35 passengers, and the whole system can transport up to 2,000 travelers per hour. The system is resilient to extreme weather in the northern mountainous province that everyone, including children and the elderly, can now explore Fansipan’s peak.
Measuring 6,282 meters, the Fansipan cable car has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s longest three-rope cable car route and the world’s biggest ascent between the departure and arrival, measuring at 1,410 meters. You will be watching the Muong Hoa valley in cloud and magnificent Hoang Lien Son range from above. After a 15-minute cable car, you continue to climb 300 stairs to reach the top of Fansipan grandeur. Let’s capture memorable moments on top of Vietnam.
Once you step your foot into the Fansipan cable cabin, you will eager to contemplate the 3000 meter – underneath magnificent landscape: endless clouds, terraced fields of the local ethnic group, Muong Hoa green valley hidden behinds dangerous and sheer rocks of Hoang Lien Son mountain chain, etc. All that things would bring you a sensation of flying on a new land, which is very special and excited.
Fansipan Cable ticket price
Children (1~ 1.3 meter): $20/child
Children below 1.3 meter: free