5 coffee shops with "million dollars" view in Sapa

The beautiful cafes in Sapa always attract young people to check-in because of their unique architecture, intriguing drink menu, native decoration style and extremely 'flattering' mountain view. Here are 5 places that make travel fans 'fired up' when visiting Sapa.


Photo: Swing Sapa - Facebook

'Mini Bali', 'Miniature Da Lat' are good names that netizens describe the beautiful Swing 'land'. This is a coffee complex - an attractive attraction in the journey to Sapa. Impressive mountain scenery, a series of giant statues imitating many cultural imprints such as the statue of K'Lang and H'Biang facing each other in the middle of the lake, evoking a love story in the famous mountain town, the life-supporting five-fingered hand like the Golden Bridge (Da Nang), the characteristic swing in the tropical islands of Southeast Asia, the ladder to heaven based on the Korean movie that took away so many tears of the Millennials generation...

  • Address: 87 Nguyen Chi Thanh
  • Style: creativity, uniqueness
  • Price: from VND 30,000 – VND 100,000

Café 1500

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The name 1500 derives from the minimum height of Café 1500 above sea level. In addition to the delicate dome architecture, it is rare to have an overhead fly-cam view like here. Although the terrain is quite precarious, the view of Café 1500 is the one you do not play with: On the one side is the beautiful lobby + indoor space designed in typical Indochinese style, the other side is the corner of the yard + the large Then Yard sky, facing the endless mountains of the Northwest. Those who are passionate about watching clouds and catching snow in Sapa but have limited health and time can choose to 'chill' right at Café 1500. In addition to the creative drink menu, the afternoon tea set is extremely elegant and plausible. Furthermore, the selfie fanatics often fall in love with Café 1500 at first sight because of the four-season flower paradise lined up on both sides of the road with rare ancient flowers which costs up to hundreds of billions of dong. The Café 1500 simulates the European square with a fountain that acts as a wishing well also. The landscape is full of 'luxury' with the super 'artistic' Mediterranean-style gazebo observatory with one side covering the majestic mountains and forests among the sea of ​​clouds.

  • Address: Doi Quan 6
  • Style: Bistro, modern Europe 
  • Price: from VND 50,000 – VND 200,000

Gem valley art gallery

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You can find Gem Valley Art Gallery in Cat Cat Vilage, which is around 3km from the town center. The ambiance here is quite unique, both a resting place, a coffee shop, and a gallery, decorated to suit the taste of the two owners - a couple of Hanoi painters, who have left the bustling capital life to find a peaceful and natural place. The space here is quite spacious, with a row of rustic wooden tables on a long relaxing balcony, overlooking the Cat Cat valley. In the harvest season, Gem Valley is filled with the golden color of ripe rice and the sweet sunshine of autumn weather. From here, you can also zoom out to the majestic Hoang Lien Son, with a glimpse of the magical peak of Fansipan. Each table at Gem Valley often comes with a wood stove for guests to come and warm their hands and feet on cold days.

  • Address: Cat Cat Village
  • Style: Northwest, artsy
  • Price: from VND 25,000 – VND 50,000

Lá dao Spa & Coffee house



Photo: La Dao Sapa - Facebook

Nestled in the lively Ta Van village, overlooking the poetic Muong Hoa valley, La Dao Spa & Coffee House is loved by many backpackers because of its incomparable freedom, generosity and simplicity. The design of the coffee house was based on the model of the stilt houses of the highland people. La Dao is a place where everyone can suddenly visit, lay back on a rustic swing, and watch the clouds float through the mountains onto the terraced fields, listen to the murmuring stream and immerse yourself in the green nature.

  • Address: Ta Van Village
  • Style: rustic, simplified
  • Drink price: from VND 30,000 – VND 50,000

Coóng coffee



Photo: Coong Sapa - Facebook

Coong Coffee is located right on the road going down to Cat Cat village, a great place to watch the sunrise and the magnificent and dreamy scenery of Sapa in the morning. The shop is decorated with simple tables and chairs, the most prominent feature is the neat hexagonal chairs raised from the top of the mountain like it is floating in the air, sinking into the mist & the smooth pine trees - an extremely spectacular scene. The glass windows hug the corners of the coffee shop so the indoor space is not stressful but extremely warm and comfortable. In particular, the shop has an Acoustic live music program every Saturday night for potential vocalists to shine.

  • Address: Group 8, Cat Cat Village
  • Style: Northern Europe, classic
  • Drink price: from VND 25,000 – VND 55,000
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