Hoang Su Phi, along with 4 points watching the golden ripe rice like honey

Fall is also the time when the rice fields begin to turn yellow iridescent. At this time, with those who passionate about traveling can travel to the following tourist spots to hunt rice, delighted to watch the golden fields, and inhale the aroma of new rice.

Hoang Su Phi
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Hoang Su Phi

The land of Hoang Su Phi located under the majestic Tay Con Linh foot is one of the beautiful rice viewing spots in Vietnam belonging to Ha Giang province. This is also one of the favorite routes of Vietnamese adventurers on the way to conquer the S-shaped strip of land. Groups of people who love to experience often gather together to travel in the season of ripe rice to explore this mysterious terraced field land.  

Due to cultivation on terraced fields, rice in Hoang Su Phi has only one crop year-round and ripe from September to the end of October of the calendar year. At this time, the rice paddies lying in the middle of the hills and mountains will be laden with rice glistening with yellow color, which looks like the sunny strip inlaying on the hillside that is very beautiful. Although the road to Hoang Su Phi is a bit dangerous, once you get here, you will feel like you have just entered a place of peace and tranquility.
Y Ty
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Y Ty

Located not far from Sapa is Y Ty, a commune in Bat Xat district, Lao Cai province. Although located at an altitude of over 2000m, Y Ty still has a reputation of being near and far in the tourism world with two famous "sea specialties": the sea of clouds and sea of golden rice every September. Unlike many beautiful rice viewing spots at Vietnam or other terraced fields in the Northwest. Y Ty is one of the rare places where we witness firsthand the scene of the sea of clouds overflowing in the field, creating a fanciful poetic beauty for the highlands here.

Many people liken Y Ty as a place of fairyland because the road is of meandering and submerged in leaves trails, the surrounding landscape is full of mountains and hills hidden in the clouds. Not only that, every September, green hills and mountains suddenly turned into a yellow sea of ripe rice long-lasting without seeing the end. Mixed with such beautiful scener are simple wall houses of Ha Nhi people, Dao Do and H'Mong with a rustic sound of pan-pipe and singing as in an ancient story.
Bac Son
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Bac Son

Not only famous as a historical place, but the scenery of Bac Son is also beautiful. Bac Son valley is rich in the middle of vast limestone mountains, adorned by the rivers winding through the rice fields spreading immensely... creating a lyrical and charming picture.

The special thing in Bac Son field is that the fields here are not completely planted at the same time, creating a giant "brocade plate" with many unique colors, alternating between ripe rice fields, green rice, just implanted or a bit water ... brings a strange feeling of lightheadedness to those who see it with their own eyes.
Mu Cang Chai
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Mu Cang Chai

Mu Cang Chai, a place to watch the golden ripe rice that is so super beautiful. The majestic beauty of terraced fields at the time of ripe rice in September and October every year brings an imposing nuance in Yen Bai province.

In the wide valleys, terraced fields intertwine consecutively with stilt houses of Thai and Mong people. In the middle of a beautiful space like a water-colour painting picture is like waving to welcome all visitors to visit and admire.
Tam Coc - Bich Dong

Tam Coc - Bich Dong

Although the season of ripe rice in Tam Coc is not autumn, when it comes to the beautiful spot for viewing ripe rice, this is a place that cannot without being mentioned. Dubbed as a "Ha Long Bay on land" or "Nam Thien De Nhi Dong", Tam Coc is a dating place for a large number of photographers who come to take photos of the golden season of the ancient capital every May.

The rice in Tam Coc begins to ripen in early summer, around the end of May and early June. Rice fields grow along both sides of the Ngo Dong River and are surrounded by cliffs and cross-shore caves. Coming to Tam Coc in the season of ripe rice, you seem to get lost in the colorful carpets as you look through the green rice fields interspersed with the golden rice of quiet countryside. The field is in many states from reaping, waiting for reaping, creating the array of fragrant, gentle and beautiful natural colors.

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