Considering the number of travellers to Sapa, organized entertainment is relatively scarce. Mostly it’s a cosy cafe scene at the various guest houses.
The first Western-style watering hole to open in Sapa is at the Bamboo Bar at the Green Bamboo Hotel there’s a free traditional hill-tribe music and dance show from 8.30 to 10.30 pm Friday and Saturday.
For a more ‘civilised’ drink, there are two cosy bars at the stylish Victoria Sapa Hotel.
Drinks cost a bit mare than elsewhere in town, but the atmosphere is hard to heal.
Some places to you:
(Bamboo Hotel; 018 Muong Hoa street , Tel ; +84 203 871 075)
The first Western-style watering hole to open in Sapa and it’s still going strong in the basement of a grand building.
There’s a free traditional hill-tribe music-and-dance show here from 8.30pm on every Friday and Saturday.
Red Dragon Pub
(Tel: +84 203 872 085; 23 Muong Hoa street)
Downstairs is a tiny little tearoom; upstairs a British pub. They knock out a serious range of beers, as any good pub should, including ginseng flavour.
(Tel:+84 203 871 322; 42 Cau May street)
Claiming to be ‘slightly lounge’, Tau brings a different kind of cool to the mountains of the north. A lengthy bar to lean on, great tunes and a pool table suggest this place will prosper.
Victoria Sapa Hotel
(Tel:+84 203 871 522)
Offers two bars or a terrace for a sundowner in style. Drinks cost more than elsewhere in town, but the ambience is alluring on a cold night.
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