Fansipan, with its 3.143-meter high peak, is called the roof of Indochina. That heavenly light that ever so slightly peaks through the clouds is absolutely breathtaking and the clouds that so gently brush the mountain are stunning. But other than that, this place is a complete tourist trap. From SaPa you can get here by cable car, which means it is just a 15-minute ride for the masses. The cable car is a feature on its own because it is the longest non-stop three-cable track in the world, which spans 6.292,5 meters in length and covers 1.410 meters in altitude. When you are at the cable car station on Fansipan, you can either ascend the final 600 concrete steps and pass these recently built temples and altars to the top or take the train. All very Disneyland if you ask me, but yes, it is very accessible!