Mu Cang Chai beautiful enchanting in the water pouring season

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In May, the mountainous area of ​​Yen Bai appears with the color of brown soil mixed with blue sky and water surface shining under the bright yellow sun.

Mu Cang Chai beautiful enchanting in the water pouring season
Photo by ThuyHaBich
On coming back to the season, Mu Cang Chai put on his new colorful clothes, charm is not inferior to the time of rice golden season, October.

The brown color of the soil, the sparkle of water and the sun, the green of young rice... create a beautiful picture engrossed in terraced fields in the Khau Pha valley.

Due to lack of land for cultivation, H'Mong and Thai people in Mu Cang Chai have to break the soil in the middle of the mountain to transplant rice. They took advantage of the first rain showers of the summer and the sun is not sharp enough to bring water to the field. They also picked up water from the streams through the canal to the field for plowing. The water is filled up high and then down to the bottom of the field.

When the water is finished, the H'mong ethnic minority people start plowing the field. They express their solidarity by gathering a group of people who are co-cultivating from one house to another.

Early frost on the famous raspberry field in Pu Nhu village, La Pan Tan commune. This is also the time when highlanders take buffaloes to plow or seed rice into the field.

Mu Cang Chai water pouring season is from May to June. You can come here by bus or motorbike in the direction of Hanoi - Than Uyen (Lai Chau) or join Mu Cang Chai tours from Hanoi.

La Pan Tan, Che Cu Nha, Ba Nha bridge, Thai village in Mu Cang Chai district are the visitors can not be ignored. The majestic nature in Mu Cang Chai in thewater pouring season.

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