Sapa 2 days 1 night tour is the most typical tour when visiting the town. Sapa highland is not new to travelers but not everybody knows what should be the best to eat there. Here comes the 4 best foods that you should try in your vacation. In general, Sapa is a cold land so it is suitable with foods that are not cold because not good for health.
1st food for Sapa 2 days 1 night tour: Trout hot pot
All over Vietnam to enjoy the trout hot pot you have to go to supermarket to buy the frozen one. But Sapa bears the great condition for locals to grow trout farm in the streams or little running water pool scattered around the hills and valleys. Trout is also the fish lives in the cold area. Sapa is 1600m above sea level, it is more than good that nowhere in Vietnam can compare.
It is so nice that your family could stay together and enjoy the hot pot which is considered the number 1 food in Sapa.
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2. Food for 2 days 1 night Sapa tour: Thang Co
This food is specially cooked for highlanders. We could see them in food markets where locals go shopping and then pay a meal with Thang Co. People do not know when Sapa people started to eat Thang Co but just know 1 thing: it is very special. So what is Thang Co? It is the mixture of different interior parts of pig or cow or horse. It need time to cook but when it is ready it is hard for you to say “no”. Sapa is cold. It is good to enjoy Thang Co with wine or hot drink.
3. Special cuisine for 2 days tour in Sapa: Roasted baby pig
The whole little pig will be roasted till the skin turns orange. The pig should be not too fat, not too thin and it must be raised with corn or rice. Pigs grow off Sapa often stuffed with “cam” and you could smell a slightly stink but pigs in Sapa area are with better smell. The best way is to roast them till the skin crispy. And now it is yummy…
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4. Smoked meat
Pork could be chopped to long slides then hang them above your stove or kitchen. The smoke from burnt wood could make them dry. Local Sapa often cook them when there are noted occations or have guests coming to home. Mostly, smoked meat are cooked with H’Mong lecttuce to build a nice soup.
Here are somethings that you should know when traveling to Sapa: