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Sapa Guide

Sapa is one of the biggest magnets attracting travelers to Vietnam over and over. Coming to Sapa, you also have a fun is sitting with a cup of coffee on the high and then sipping, watching the mountains, terraced fields far away and enjoy the peaceful feeling. But, coming to Sapa, where to enjoy coffee?
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Vietnam is renowned for its excellent coffee, with coffee production a major source of income for the country. There is a huge coffee social scene in Hanoi. Not only is the Vietnamese coffee strong and delicious, but spending time in cafes in Hanoi is also a major social aspect of people’s lives.
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Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Ha Long all made it into the world's top 100 for international arrivals.
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Check out some of the most stunning Instagram photos hashtagged #vietnam and #everydayvietnam.
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Ly Son Island off the central province of Quang Ngai is simply gorgeous and the night sky is a must-see for stargazers.
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Sa Pa is a small town in Vietnam's northern province of Lao Cai. Set in what have been dubbed "the Tonkinese Alps", the town boasts a cool climate and green scenery, and is home to ethnic hill tribes who farm the lofty terraced rice fields.
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Heavy rains have triggered flash floods in northern and central Vietnam over the past two days, leaving 40 dead and 22 missing and causing havoc in many provinces
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Photographer Le The Thang spent two years traveling across Vietnam capturing the best of the country's famous landmarks from above.
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There's no point dipping your foot in the water; you have to dive right in on a trip to Vietnam.
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The highland towns are loved for their cool weather, green scenes and ethnic culture.
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