Saturday, March 26, 2022

Visit to the golden rice season on Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai Province

 The yellow terraced fields are the symbol of the Mu Cang Chai district and make it one of the top destinations for people who seek to learn about the life of ethnic minority groups and the beautiful sights.

 

Visit to the golden rice season on Mu Cang Chai

 





The golden rice season on Mu Cang Chai is as a beautiful picture. – Trần Bảo Hòa

 

Mu Cang Chai is a highland district of Yen Bai province. This place attracts visitors all the world with mountain ranges and picturesque terraced fields. The special attraction of Mu Cang Chai is in its terraced rice fields which are primarily belong to Che Cu Nha, La Pan Tan and De Zu Phinh villages of district.

The September and the mid-October is the best time of the year to visit. The rice on terraced fields turns yellow. This is the suitable time that these fields turn brilliant yellow and shine in their fullest beauty.

 

Yen bai Travel - The rice on terraced fields turns yellow @sapatribaltrekking
The rice on terraced fields turns yellow @sapatribaltrekking

 

In the harvest time of the rice crop, visitors can see and take photographs of waves of terraced rice fields.  This is also the time that the fields show the full of life of Mong people ( an ethnic minority of Viet Nam) in their traditional attire harvest the ripe rice grains. The rice cultivation of the Mong people on terraced fields has become the unique culture there.

 

 

Yen Bai Travel- Mong people in their traditional attire harvest the ripe rice grains @tamdovisual
Mong people in their traditional attire harvest the ripe rice grains By Tam Do Visual

 

In Mu Cang Chai, rice terraced fields rise and fall around hillsides and mountainsides. That makes them look like giant yellow staircases for people to step from earth to yellow paradise. The most beautiful rice terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai is Che Cu Nha, La Pan Tan and De Zu Phinh villages. Let’s admire !

 

Che Cu Nha rice terraced field

Che Cu Nha  terraced field is far from province centre about 8km. The way to Che Cu Nha is quite difficult to go. However, the gorgeous rice terraces are worthy of your trying. Rice terraced fields in Che Cu Nha are overall shapes as raspberries. It’s quite round, big bottom and smaller toward the top. It also stands out with shoe soles-shaped rice terraces – a unique view of Che Cu Nha.

Yen Bai Travel- Che Cu Nha terraced rice field are overall shapes as raspberries @anh.banhgau
Rice terraced fields in Che Cu Nha are overall shapes as raspberries @ByAnh.banhgau

 

 

La Pan Tan rice terraced field 

The terraced fields in La Pan Tan spread out the hills, stack layers like golden raspberries. This is the largest terraced field in Mu Cang Chai. La Pan Tan Terraces has been recognized as one of the unique national landscapes of Vietnam.

 

Yen Bai Travel - The terraced fields spread out the hills, stack layers like golden raspberries @xiel_xx2
The terraced fields spread out the hills, stack layers like golden raspberries @xiel_xx2

 

 

De Xu Phinh rice terraced field

De Xu Phinh is one of the most beautiful  terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai. It attracts visitor with many amazing terraced fields. The rice terrace fields in De Xu Phinh village have been recognized as national landscapes by the Ministry of Culture – Sports and Tourism.

 

Yen Bai Travel - the golden rice field at hundreds of acres can't be described in words @captainessy
the golden rice field at hundreds of acres can’t be described in words @captainessy

 

 

Looking at the golden rice field at hundreds of acres can’t be described in words. Same as the rest of the rice field in the North-West region, Mu Cang Chai offers you to a breathtaking views. Mu Cang Chai has the biggest and most beautiful rice terraces in the world, and the region is full of hill tribes which makes it a very interesting place.

 

Yen Bai travel- Mu Cang Chai offers you to a breathtaking views @kamvachon
Mu Cang Chai offers you to a breathtaking views @kamvachon

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