Vietnam has majestic and poetic landscapes from the high. That is the reason why Vietnam owns many cable railways from North to South serving travelers to reach the top of famous mountains such as Fansipan, Ba Na Hill, Ba Den, and Hon Thom to admire the picturesque scenes.
Sitting on the cable car, you can observe the breath-taking view of mountains and oceans, also take a lot of stunning pictures.
Fansipan Cable Car (Lao Cai province)
Long coined as “Roof of Indochina,” Fansipan is at a height of 3,143m above sea level. Throughout the trip, you will contemplate the beauty of the Muong Hoa Valley and other extraordinary natural views. The round-trip ticket is about 550,000 to 750,000VND (children with a height below 1m are free of charge).
To reach the Cable Car station from Sapa center, you can take the Muong Hoa train, which costs 100,000VND/ride. Sitting in the cable car in the early morning, you will admire the dense mist and a cloudy sky that is stunning.
Besides, after the end of the Cable Car trip, you have to climb more than 600 stairs to reach the top of Fansipan.
Ba Na Hills Cable Car (Da Nang city)
Ba Na Hills is one of the most famous and attractive destination in Danang. To get there, take the Cable car with a length of over 5km, which can carry about 30-35 passengers/cabin. The round-trip will cost around 350,000 – 750,000VND. Also, children below 1m high are free of charge.
The Cable Car route will carry you to cross over primitive forests and poetic streams. Keep in mind that the station has many different paths, you should research the routes in advance to avoid the wrong point of the up and down ways.
Ba Den Cable Car (Tay Ninh province)
Ba Den Mountain is the highest mountain in the Southeast region, which is not too far from Ho Chi Minh city. It is the ideal place for those who love trakking. In case you have not much time, you can reach the top by Cable Car, which contains two routes to Van Son station and Ba Den pagoda and cost around 100,000 – 400,000VND for a round-trip.
Through the transparent glass of the Cable car, you can admire Ba Den mountain, which is at a height of near 1,000m above sea level, and peaceful green fields far away.
Hon Thom Cable Car (Kien Giang Province)
Hon Thom Cable Car is invested to build in An Thoi archipelago, Southern of Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, which has a length of 7,9 km and can carry a maximum of 30 passengers. Departing from An Thoi Station, a Cable car will take you to cross over Hon Dua Island and stop at Hon Thom Island. Traveling on the Hon Thom Cable Car, you can enjoy not only massive forests but also fully appreciate the paradise-like beauty of tropical gem island.
Moreover, Hon Thom Cable Car is known as the title of “The world’s longest 3-wire sea cable car” by Guinness World Records. An Thoi Station is like a Colosseum where you can take some great photos.
The ticket price is about 200,000 – 400,000VND/ person for a two-way route.