MU CANG CHAI IN SEPTEMBER SEASON DAYS

Going along Highway 32, Khau Pha Pass connecting Tu Le with Mu Cang Chai, tourists can see the spectacle scene of golden paddy valleys in harvest season.

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Mu Cang Chai- Lim Mong, Lim Thai

Driving along roads Hanoi – Nghia Lo – Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai, you should look at village as Lim Mong, and Lim Thai. The entrances to the villages are partly concreted, but on rainy days, it is still quite difficult for local people and tourists to travel.

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Little girls in Lim Mong, Lim Thai sit near Nam Co stream.

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A new day scenery with terraced fields viewed from Lim Mong.

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This location is only approximately 3 km from Tu Le center, Khau Pha direction. The locals said paddies fields in Lim Mong will be ready to be harvested in two next weeks (from 20 September to 3rd October). Tourists and your friends can sightsee the harvest season and feel the peaceful life here.

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A corner of golden season in La Pan Tan – a Hmong highland commune, about 15 km from Mu Cang Chai town. La Pan Tan, Che Cu Nha and De Xu Phinh are three communes which are recognized as the National site relics by Ministry of Culture – Sports and Tourism.

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Running through Khau Pha Pass of 40 km long, one of the four high mountain passes of the North Vietnam, you will see a small path going the Phinh Ho hamlet, 5 km from Mu Cang Chai town. The way to the hamlet is a little steep path. Tourists, who want to visit here, have to park car and walk.

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In the last weekend, Rice fields in Phinh Ho have not been totally yellow. The terraced fields flowing mountains down to stream Nam Kim are also green.

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Children of Phinh Ho are playing around the bridge crossing a stream. Ethnic children here do not claim candy and ask tourists for money, they all know to say thank you when given gifts.

Besides photographers who quickly seize beautiful moments, some people paint to record the golden season beauty of northwestern mountains.

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Mu Cang Chai district in the early morning is viewed from the road to Che Tao. Come here in September and October, visitors will admire the terraced rice fields changing color and signaling a new gold season.

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