Sa Pa Square, the area in front of Stone Church, in Sa Pa of northern Lao Cai Province is usually packed with tourists from around 7 to 9:30 p.m. Every Saturday at 7 p.m, Khen panpipe playing and dancing are staged here by H’mong ethnic men. This series of photos were taken from November 21-22. Chestnuts are a commodity many tourists choose to buy as gifts. A motorbike taxi driver on Thach Son Street said there are many people here at night these days because of the nice weather. Mai Trinh, a visitor from Ho Chi Minh City, said: “Before I came, I did not think Sa Pa would be so bustling. In fact, the streets were very crowded. I really like the atmosphere here because it’s as cool as Da Lat. However, I find the traffic still a bit messy. There is some noise and light pollution.” Around Sa Pa Lake, people gather to enjoy the atmosphere, drink coffee or play shuttlecock, as seen here on Xuan Vien Street at around 9:30 p.m. In the cold weather, about 12-13 degrees Celsius, sidewalk barbeque stalls on Thach Son and Cau May streets are sizzling with life. The average price for… Read full this story
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