Beautiful terraced rice paddy fields in harvest season in Mang Den (Kon Tum)
Since the end of May, picturesque landscape of ripe paddy fields in Mang Den town has drawn a large number of tourists.
Growing corn on the rocky plateau
Spring is a great time to explore the beauty and liveliness of ethnic minority villages on Ha Giang rocky plateau, as well as enjoy the cool breezes, the colours of…
Hoang Su Phi terraced fields, masterpieces of minority groups
When ripened rice turns terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi District into glossy gold carpets, tourists flock to the northwestern mountain region to admire the beauty of agriculture and nature…
Mu Cang Chai: astonishing destination for tourism
The magnificent scenery and breathtaking beauty of Khau Pha mountain pass or Mo fall and the delightful flavour of Can wine in the mountainous district of Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai northern province may make it one of the most exquisite sites in the nation.
10 reasons can’t wait to travel Sa Pa, Viet Nam
Sa Pa is home to stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Indochina peak, the Fansipan. The most prominent attraction in the town of Sa Pa is Fansipan, which is the highest mountain in Viet Nam and it is only 19km from town.
Admiring Hoang Su Phi terraced fields in rainy season
Tourists may have been once suggested to visit Hoang Su Phi in the harvest season in autumn to admire the endless glistening yellowish color of terraced rice fields. However, in June when the rainy season has come, excursionists are advised to prepare their packs and rush to Ha Giang Province to see another beautiful view of Hoang Su Phi.
Terraced fields in Sa Pa recognized as National Relic Sites
(TITC) - The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism recognized the tourist attraction of terraced fields in Lao Chai, Ta Van and Hau Thao Communes, Sa Pa District, Lao Cai Province as National Relic Sites on 18th October 2013.