Besides the unprecedented experiences on a word-recorded cable car, Fansipan Sapa cable car system will impress you with its splendid station designed by a world famous architect. Sapa Fansipan cable car station has become the favorite destination of many tourists. Let’s discover what is special about this station.
Sun World Fansipan Legend’s suspended cable car system is the highest, longest and the most modern suspended cable system in the world and is the first of its kind in Asia. The cable system of Sun World Fansipan Legend was designed by the famous cable architect, Doppelmayr. Thanks to rigorous safety regulations, this system will guarantee to deliver guests down to the mountain foot with the utmost priority of safety and caution.
Amidst the mist of the faraway mountains, Fansipan Sapa cable car station impresses visitors by its magnificent look. This is a work of art of the world’s leading architect Bill Bensley.
Leaving the fog and the cold outside, you will be welcomed by the two splendidly shining restaurants Van Sam and Do Quyen. The two restaurants has a modern design, accommodating up to approximately 800 people.
A corner of the waiting room gives you a private space to relax in a luxurious and elegant ambience.
Sapa locates on a plain at between 1500m and 1650m on the hillside of mount Lo Suay Tong. Fansipan mountain is the highest peak in Indochina and is hereby dubbed “The roof of Indochina” (3.143m). The Sun World Fansipan Legend cable car system offering visitorsan exclusive experience of contemplating the panoramic Muong Hoa valley is certainly a must for all visitors upon coming to Sapa. The cable car system is the highest, longest and most modern system of its type in the world. Its transport capacity is an impressive 2,000 guests per hour and has been recognized by the Guinness World Records Organization with two records: “Longest non-stop three-rope cable car” (6292,5m) and “Greatest elevation difference by a non-stop three-roped cable car” (1410m).
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