Muong Hoa Sapa news & stories

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Have a Sapa photos story to share ?

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

You already have your Sapa page on the internet ? Great, all we need is your authorization to reproduce it. You don’t have such a page ? No problem, now is a great time to do it … As simple as 1-2-3 We propose you to share your Sapa photos travel story on our new

Muong Hoa website updates

Monday, 25 March 2013

May 14th 2011 (the restaurant) The origin of domain name Muong Hoa : It was first registered for a restaurant website, but the web strategy proposed was not accepted. It is only after that we discovered Muong Hoa was the name of an hotel, of a street in Sapa, of a river and the name

Our news archives moved to Sapa Story

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Muong Hoa Sapa news (on Sapa Story) We first imagined Sapa Story while discovering Sapa Stories, a business in Sapa blogging on their properties… We contact them and suggest to secured it (and have the pair) but it has not been done so we seize the opportunity today (few weeks later) by registering it for

Sapa Club – Join the club

Monday, 08 October 2012

Sapa Club (web platform and more) We first wanted to develop the platform under YouBuyFromMe name but it will be better for this brand name to be used exclusively for the local people handicrafts (no tours, no projects, etc.) So, we grouped in 1 address any products and/or services of Muong Hoa, moving ALL products

Will you buy from me ?

Monday, 17 September 2012

You buy from me (the shop) You are probably aware of Craftlink organisation in Hanoi, representing 63 artisan groups and helping sell local handicrafts from ethnic groups. Their products are not sold online and their website is not using internet to it’s full potential. Craftlink had partner with Oxfam Vietnam for the Sapa Fair trade

Sapa local guides business training

Thursday, 02 August 2012

Most of Sapa local guides have been trekking guides for many years, sometimes working independently either through daily contacts with tourists or from recommendation via previous tourists but mostly they work for the hotels and tour companies generally at a much reduced rate. After few months in Sapa, we have founded that people here have