Many tourists, especially instagrammers, love checking in on Fansipan mount, which is dubbed as ‘Vietnam’s rooftop’, as they can take lovely photos amid a sea of clouds there.
|For many tourists, Fansipan mount in the northern province of Lao Cai is on their lifetime bucket list. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|As accessing Fansipan mount is now easier than before thanks to a cable car system, during humid days, the mount welcomes flocks of tourists who come here for breath-taking instagrammable pictures. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Fansipan mount is dubbed as ‘Indochina’s rooftop’. It looks stunning from dusk till dawn, regardless of any weather conditions. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|This year is forecast to be a bit colder so Sapa is expected to see several snowfalls. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Stunning sea of clouds on 'Vietnam’s rooftop.' (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Fansipan mount’s colour varies during the day. Sometimes it has purple hue. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Sometimes, it looks rather yellow. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
|Stunning sea of clouds on 'Vietnam’s rooftop'. (Photo: Vietnam+)|
Snow has covered Mount Fansipan in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, attracting many visitors.
Frost appeared to cover the peak of Fansipan Mountain in Sa Pa tourist resort of northern Lao Cai Province on Dec 21 morning following the outdoor temperature dropping to below zero degrees Celsius.