Fan Si Pan Mountain (3143m), across the valley of the Sa Pa, is Vietnam's highest peak and a popular expedition for those willing to brave its deceptively steep slopes. The trail starts at the pink building just 1km before Tram Ton Pass. From that permit checkpoint, it's a 3-4hr. hike up to the base camp (2200m). Everyone sleeps at the small hut at base camp, and you will be provided with a sleeping bag.
Ham Rong Tourist Mountain has an entrance around the corner from the church. The name is a turn-off, as is the entrance's fee (15,000D), but the views are the some of the best and most accessible in Sa Pa. A network of paved stone paths meander through a peach garden, a "European" garden, a stone forest, past a caged ostrich, scenic lookouts, and more.
The common people of Vietnam are indebted to him for what he has done for his country and as a mark of their gratitude the museum was dedicated to him apart from a city and a mausoleum which also shares his name. The Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi is the preserver of everything memorable related to the great revolutionist, Ho Chi Minh. The Museum consists of five extensive floors and was inaugurated on 2nd September, 1990, celebrating the 100th birthday occasion of the beloved President.
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