Cat Bi airport car rental Lao Cai

Cat Bi airport car rental Lao Cai - Lao Cai is a mountainous province in northwest Vietnam about eight hours away from Hanoi by train. Home to many ethnic hill tribes, this natural landscape is frequently visited by travellers looking to experience the life of the tribes in Sapa and enjoy spectacular views of waterfalls, mountainside rice terraces, and traditional villages.

Distance Cat Bi airport Lao Cai : 410 km

Time to travel from Cat Bi airport to Lao Cai : 6 hours

Travel routes from Cat Bi airport to Lao Cai : Cat Bi airport -> Highway 5 Hai Phong Ha Noi -> Noi Bai Lao Cai highway -> Lao Cai city

4 seater Taxi price from Cat Bi airport to Lao Cai : 4.200.000 vnd

7 seater Taxi price from Cat Bi airport to Lao Cai : 4.500.000 vnd

From the capital of Hanoi, you can take an overnight train to Lao Cai Province which costs about VND 800,000 for a return fare with a bed in a four-person cabin. Upon arrival in Lao Cai Town, you can either hop on a bus or taxi to Sapa Town, which is located 34 kilometres (about 30 minutes away) from the train station.

Sapa offers a wide range of accommodation options, though most travellers opt for a stay with a Hmong (such as Red, Black, Green and Flower Hmong) hill tribe family, where they can enjoy a guided tour to their village and learn more about their traditions and way of life. A must visit is the Cho Tinh Market, where you can see unmarried ethnic youths dressed in colourful costumes singing and playing traditional games every Saturday evening. The majority of these dates result in marriages come springtime in Sapa, which is why the market is also called Lover’s Market.

If you’re an adventurous traveller who want to get off the tourist trail during your holiday in Vietnam, Lao Cai Province is also close to the Fansipan Mountain. Known as the tallest peak in Vietnam, it boasts breathtaking views of mountain ranges and countryside within north-western Vietnam, as well as glimpses of Yulong Mountain in China.

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What to See in Lao Cai?

Spending time in Lao Cai on a Northern Vietnam trip can bring you more than excitement. With abundant choices of amazing destinations, from nature sightseeing trip and shopping trip, travelers have a golden opportunity to let their hair down and enjoy their fantastic and meaningful trip.

Sapa Town : Sapa is a beautiful town located in Vietnam’s remote Northwest Mountains. It is famous for both its incredibly picturesque scenery and its rich cultural diversity. There are a number of ethnic minorities inhabiting in this mountainous town, including H’mong, Dzao, Tay, Giay, Muong, Thai, Hoa and Xa Pho. With the distinct customs and habits and unique clothing styles, every group has been contributing to drawing a colorful vivid cultural picture of the town. Apart from it, the attraction of the town is coming from a plenty of stunning landscapes. Trekkers will feel excited about Mount Fansipan. In a Sapa tour, Ham Rong Mountain, Sapa church, Muong Hoa Valley are attractive places for authentic discovers and for passionate photographers. Culture lovers can be appealed by “Love Market” which is the beginning of many romantic loves until now.

Bac Ha : At 700 meters above sea level, Bac Ha is an ideal location for off-the-beaten-track treks to visit colorful Sunday markets which is also the highlight of this district. You can reach to Bac Ha by booking a van or tour from Sapa, which will take you 3 hours to get there.

People from different ethnicities consider this market to be an opportunity to meet their relatives, their friends after a long time missing. For the single youngsters, this is a good chance for them to wear their best handmade traditional costumes and look for their dates. Tourist can come here to buy the special distinct clothes, try traditional food, learn about the lives of ethnic groups and talked to them through the guide’s interpretation.

Y Ty – Clouds hunting tour : Y Ty commune is located west of Bat Xat district, about 100km from Lao Cai town, and lies at the height of 1.600m above sea level. Y Ty is described as a “foggy land” because the village is cover by dense white clouds all year round. This is a new attractive place when tourists travel to Vietnam. You can have their heart stolen because of the gorgeous terraced fields and the most charming earth walled houses in Lao Cai. Even in winter, you can be lucky to contemplate the rare phenomenon of snow falling down all the roads, villages and mountain here.

Coming here, travelers can be overwhelmed by jungle, terraced rice fields and the deep mountains, surrounded by sheer mountains with a hat made of the white clouds, leaning against the Nhiu Co San peak of 2700m high rarely see the sunshine all day.

Visitors can also take a walk around Y Ty market where there is full of colors from bigwigs round Ha Nhi girls’ and women’s heads and from the traditional skirts of H’mong people, or the colorful peacock scarf on the head of Dzao women. On market days on Saturdays, there is a food named Thang Co, a soup made from horse, served for locals and curious tourists.

Cao Son Market : Cao Son market is located on Cao Son commune, Muong Khuong district, and about 80km far away from Lao Cai city, 120km from Sapa.

The market is taken place every Wednesday, often in the early morning and sets among magnificent rolling mountains. On the way to Cao Son market, you will explore beautiful landscapes with pineapple and tea farm, rice terrace fields, etc. When coming to the market, you will see a plenty of colorful products and dresses which is made by ethnic girls’ skillful hands. In the bustling atmosphere and attraction, you can have a stop to try seductive flavors from some kind of food as buffalo meat, horse meat and beef of Mongolia and intriguing wine of Coc Dam and Coc Ngu.

Besides, a tour on the Chay river will give you an amazing chance to cruise on the river and soak up a romantic and poetic landscape, as well as enjoy the cultural interference of ethnic groups living in the villages along this river.

What to Eat in Lao Cai?

Thang Co : Thang Co is widely known as the most traditional dish of H’mong ethnic group. This food is made from beef, buffalo, pork and horse meat. However, local residents often use horse organs such as heart, liver, bone, and meat to cook this dish. All these organs are put in a big pan of water and stew in a long time. Some particular seasoning and vegetables are often served with the dish to reduce the fat taste.

Lon cap nach (carried-under-arm pig) : This name is given to this type of pig because the pigs are very small, just round 10kg. It is ‘home pig” but it’s raised in the field or in the forest. After being cleaned and embalmed, the pig will be grilled or roasted as a whole. Its meat is very thin: the first layer is a crisp skin then a soft sweet layer of pulp, just 2 centimeters thick; and in the deepest layer is bones, usually small in appearance and soft so that we can eat all of them if not the skin bones.

Bac Ha sour noodle : Despite being made from the same ingredients as Hanoi noodle, Bac Ha noodle taste is particular and special.

In order to process sour noodle, the chef uses indispensable raw materials: pickles, green vegetables (lettuce, basil) finely chopped; pounding roasted sesame and peanuts; a few seals to add special flavor; and of course noodles and broth. Before tasting this food, you should add some salt because this noodle will be slightly fainter for people from other places. Sour Noodle should be served cold, so it is the good choice for summer. If you visit Lao Cai in winter, there is a little chance for you to taste it.