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Pioneering sustainable tourism in Vietnam since 2003, Topas Ecolodge is spread over an astounding area of 6.5 hectares in Hoang Lien National Park, just 18km southeast of the popular tourist destination town of Sapa. Boasting unparalleled 360-degree views of untouched mountains and terraced rice field valleys, the property’s minimal Scandinavian design and state-of-the-art environmental technology have cemented Topas Ecolodge’s status as an icon for sustainable tourism in especially remote areas. Additionally, the majority of our staff are hired from the surrounding 5 ethnic minority communities in the area, with a big emphasis placed on community commitments such as promoting education, sharing resources and profits, and of course, caring for the environment.
Topas Ecolodge consists of 50 stylish chalet-style stone bungalows in local white granite from the Hoang Lien mountains, each with its own spacious balcony overlooking an expansive vista of towering mountain peaks and stunning, rice terraced valleys. Our bungalows were built with you in mind, hoping to help you completely escape from everyday life and immerse yourselves into pure nature.
Lech Dao Village, Thanh Binh Commune, Sapa District, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam
45 minutes from center, 4.5 hours from Noi Bai International Airport
The bungalows are the perfect blend of contemporary Scandinavian minimalism and ethnic minority rustic texture, bringing an unmatched level of comfort to the remote area.
Each bungalow is made from local white granite carved out from the Hoang Lien Mountains with private balcony surrounded by the glory of the region’s beautiful scenery.
The circular central show kitchen at Restaurant 360° provides an immersive dining experience where you can watch Head Chef and culinary team employ Scandinavian techniques, including open flame cooking.
The Stilt House prides itself on serving seasonal, local organic produce of the highest quality, with sustainability at its core, in a relaxed and warm environment.
With breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain vista, the Pool Bar situated next to the upper-level infinity pool is not to be missed.
At the heart of The Inn Bar is an open stone fireplace, perfect for gathering to roast marshmallows and chestnuts in winter or enjoying a cold craft beer while playing darts or boardgames in the summer.
Have a sip and enjoy the company of your loved one while you take in the panoramic view of the terrace rice fields.
Tranquil infinity pools are surrounded by rice terraces high in the mountains and have incredible views of the peaks and valleys.
Indulge in Rice Spa signature treatments without leaving the comfort of your private room or experience the traditional Red Dzao herbal baths and an array of wellness treatments at the mountain spa.
Venture into Hoang Lien National Park’s most hidden areas through rugged countryside, cornfield dirt trails, and terraced rice fields.
Join Black H’mong artisans in Lao Chai Village for an introduction to hemp production, batik design, and natural dyeing with indigo.