Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
Despite the dangerous journey, Mong Ngua hill in Sang Nhù is the place where you can see the full golden color of the terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai up to the present time.

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Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
2 km from the town of Mu Cang Chai (Yen Bai), Mong Ngua hill in Sang Nhu attracts photographers with picturesque semicircular terraced fields. At the time of ripening rice, the scenery here makes anyone love it by wearing a giant shirt woven with bright yellow rice. Photo: Le Nguyen Hai Nam.
Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
To reach the most beautiful terraced field area, visitors have to travel a distance of 1.7 km and can only be traveled by motorbike. With the characteristics of highland terrain, this place is not for the "faint of heart" by the rugged, sloping road. You do not worry because here there is a motorbike taxi service by locals, the price ranges from 60,000 to 100,000 VND depending on travel needs and the way you negotiate with the vehicle owner. Photo: Hoang Mai Anh, Dieu Anh.
Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
It is a tough road, but you will not regret as reaching to point with the beautiful scenery like a picture. Standing from above, zooming your eyes down on the winding arc-shaped fields that are like a horseshoe, you will feel the magic of nature. Inhaling the freshness between the immense space covered in splendid yellow, all the fatigue and sorrow in the city seemed to vanish. Photo: Pham Lan Huong.
Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
Sunset is the time to hold many photographers. Anyone also wants to capture beautiful frames at this time. Photo: Hoang Mai Anh.
Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai
On his personal page, reader Pham Lan Huong shared: "This is the spot that I find the most beautiful because of the bright yellow rice, and even watching the beautiful sunset. Photographers come here to take a lot of photos. The locals said there were days that hundreds of people taken photos here. " At Mong Ngua hill, visitors can admire the full range of terraced fields in the ripe rice season. According to locals, you should avoid moving here on bad weather. It rained, the road was easy to landslide and slippery, tourists could not travel at that time. Photo: Pham Lan Huong.

Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai Mong Ngua Hill, a ripe rice shooting spot, attracts photographers in Mu Cang Chai Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 05, 2019 Rating: 5

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