Y Ty yellow season - a rustic and majestic picture of the Northwest mountainous region

September to October is the harvest season in Y Ty (Lao Cai). Heavy yellow rice flakes all over the terraced fields, creating a poetic scenery for the mountainous land of the Northwest.

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Y Ty, Lao Cai.

Ripe yellow rice dyed Y Ty

Autumn is also at the time that terraced fields in Y Ty (Lao Cai) "chang colors" into brilliant yellow by ripe rice. Y Ty enters the earliest rice crop in the northern mountains. In early September, many tourists visiting Sapa (Lao Cai) will enlist to visit Y Ty to admire the brilliant yellow scenery on the majestic terraced fields. Y Ty is about 70 km away from Sa Pa when it rains in September, the roads are dangerous, the travel of tourists is difficult.

However, the charming, beautiful scenery of the mountainous region does not discourage the followers of moving. Unlike other places, to Y Ty, you can suddenly see the sea of clouds overflowing on the field. The early morning is also a good time to see rice in Y Ty. As the sun gradually dawns, the first sunlight of the day will swoop down into the field, blending with the golden color of the rice, creating a peaceful and poetic setting.

If you want to hunt cloud in the rice season, you can drive to Ngai Thau, about 7 km from Y Ty. Other points such as A Lu, Chu Lin area, Thien Sinh valley are also famous viewing places on this northwestern land.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.

Gentle picture in the Northwest

On the way to visit the terraced fields, visitors will feel the peaceful and hardship life of the people in Y Ty. Boys and girls are only about 7 or 8 years old, but very active and cunning. They can support their families in the crop, carrying heavy rice yoke that tall to their small bodies. Although soon adapted to the hard-working life, the eyes of upland children still shone innocence, unaffected and radiant smiles. Not only looking at the terraced fields, sniffing the smell of ripe rice in the afternoon smoke, visitors to Y Ty also mingle with the peaceful, quiet rhythm of the people of the Northwest mountainous region.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.
Y Ty, Lao Cai.

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