Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above

The green terraced fields of Jrai people create their own beauty of the land of the Northern Highlands.

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Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
In early October, visitors who go along Highway 25 through 2 communes H Bong, Ia Pal, Chu Se district caught terraced fields on the plateau.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
Chu Se terrace fields are located about 40 km from Pleiku City, which is considered as beautiful as the Northwest rice fields.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
The small paths symmetrically on both sides of the terrace fields stand out like the veins of a leaf.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
Rice plants grow thanks to irrigation water brought from the Ayun Ha irrigation lake (Gia Lai) and hillside streams.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
For many generations, the people of Jrai ethnic living here have reclaimed, flattened the land around the hillside to create steps to expand cultivation areas and intensive water rice.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
The winding path between the fields creates the lines that turn the scene into a giant patterned painting.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
A small hut was built by the people to rest and store furniture when visiting the rice fields.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
Seen from above, each plot of land consecutively creates green patches on the plateau. "I feel refreshed when I am wandering on a green rice field, enjoying a peaceful space without smoke", photographer Hoang Quoc Vinh (Gia Lai), who had just taken a photo-hunting trip to the terraced fields, share.
Chu Se terraced fields viewed from above
A corner of Gia Lai terrace fields in the early sunshine. Besides this area, visitors to Chu Se district can visit other famous places such as Phu Cuong waterfall, Ayun Ha lake and Nhon Hoa elephant village.

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