The longest and mosy advanced funicular railway in Vietnam allows you to admire without effort the extraordinary landscapes of this very famous tourist resort of Vietnam’s northwestern region. Launched three months ago, the Muong Hoa funicular connects Sa Pa city to Mount Fansipan in Lao Cai province. Underwritten by the Sun Group, the 2-km funicular starts from MGallery Hotel in Sa Pa and crosses two tunnels and four viaducts to take passengers to the Fansipan Cable Car station. Perfectly secure, it can carry up to 2,000 people per hour and save a quarter of an hour compared to a car which must take a very rough road. Nguyen Hong Phuc, a system operator, said, “This funicular employs European standards and technologies. The traction is done with a huge cable and the technical system guarantees absolute safety. Since it went into operation, no incidents have occurred. In the event of a power failure, the cab will stop and restart as soon as power is restored. Tourists will have to wait between one and three minutes for the emergency power to be activated”. The funicular is equipped with two cabins whose construction was entrusted to the Swiss company Garaventa. Each cabin can… Read full this story
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