Sapa Story with “Minimized world’s wonders” – A new highlight for your Sapa adventure
Just newly opened, the Sapa Story’s minimized world’s wonders attract an average of 200 visitors per day, checking-in with models of the world's most famous sites sculptured from foam.
Sa Pa Story officially welcomes guests on March 6, after a month of construction. This check-in point is built on 3 hills with a total area of more than 1 ha. The campus has a statue of a H'Mong girl next to her French husband in concrete, which is the beginning of the story in the whole area.
The highlights here are 8 models of tourist attractions, referred to as "world wonders" by travelers, such as Petronas Twin Towers (Malaysia), Merlion statue (Singapore), the Statue of Liberty (USA), Hobbit houses (New Zealand), Big Ben clock tower (UK), Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), Triumphal arch and Eiffel Tower (France).
Mr. Nguyen Van Hieu (owner and investor) said that the idea of building this check-in point started from the desire to bring beautiful wonders of the world to Sapa and also creating a place for photo check-in. The theme is based on a Hmong lady’s dream about traveling around the world, whose French husband is a hotel manager in Sa Pa. Therefore, the models are arranged in turn from the 2-person statue to Asian, European, American typical sites, and finally the swing - the symbol of Sa Pa.
Sapa Story - Great check in places
"Concreting in Sa Pa is a very interesting issue, so I choose to make models with LineX-coated foam that are both hard, easy to shape and can be moved as needed so as not to affect the landscape", said Mr. Hieu. He said that in the near future, the check-in point will have a wooden bridge for visitors to watch streams, clouds, and terraced fields in the valley.
As mentioned above, the Sapa Story usually welcomes about 200 guests per day, but on weekends it might be up to 400-500 visitors. Many tourists said that they were impressed with the check-in point because of the large space, the models were also creative compared to many visitors in Sa Pa. The models, however, when you look closer and observe carefully, are not really the same as the original. The plus point here is that the staff is enthusiastic, the wonderful view overlooking the valley, and the sunrise or sunset scenes here are all beautiful.
Amazing Photo in Sapa Story
Sapa Story check-in point is located on Dien Bien Phu Street, about 2.5 km from the center of Sa Pa town. There are 3 service prices from 70,000 VND (US$ 3.00) to 120,000 VND (US$ 5), including entrance fees and a drink such as mineral water, peach tea, milk tea, coffee, etc.