Rong May Glass Bridge in the middle of the Northwest mountains and forests, although it just opened a short time ago, is enough to make thousands of travel and ‘virtual living’ enthusiasts want to experience it. How to travel here? What to pay attention to! Many tourists are familiar with calling this attraction glass bridge. However, this scenic spot is actually located in Son Binh commune, Tam Duong district, Lai Chau province. This Rong May Glass Bridge tourist area is located near the old Heaven Gate on O Quy Ho Pass, about 18km from Sapa Vietnam, so visitors to Sapa often call it Glass Bridge, but the correct location is Glass Bridge. Lai Chau Cloud Dragon.
From Sapa Vietnam,
From Sapa Vietnam, visitors can rent a taxi, motorbike, motorbike taxi… or follow a tour bus to get to this tourist area. Taking the landmark as Thach Son – Ham Rong – Pham Xuan Huan intersection at Stone Church, you turn towards Thach Son. Go straight to the Xuan Vien – Thach Son intersection, then turn left to Xuan Vien. Just go straight all the way to Xuan Vien street to reach Highway 4D, then turn left.
Then follow Highway 4D for about 18km, you will see the road on the right with a sign ‘Rong May Glass Bridge Tourist Area’. Turn there and follow the directions to the parking lot onto the glass bridge. From the entrance gate of this tourist area, Sapa tour guests continue their winding journey inside, where the ticket sales place is a dark green greenhouse. After buying your ticket, get on the bus and take a few more turns to arrive.
The end point of this circuitous journey is the white building
The end point of this circuitous journey is the white building, inside is the upward ticket gate and the tunnel leading to the elevator area to the glass bridge. This Rong May glass bridge Sapa Vietnam is located at an altitude of more than 2,200m above sea level, so to ensure safety and for tourists to mentally prepare before “facing the challenge”, the elevator will move at high speed. moderate degree. Depending on whether there are many people or not, the elevator will take 1 and a half to 10 minutes. Leaving this area is the time for visitors to test their courage as well as their ability to ‘operate in virtual life’. Coming out of the elevator, if you are not familiar with the height here or are shocked because it is all glass and looks deep, then go to the green carpet to be safe.
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