Discovering The Pouring Water Season In Lao Cai

Thinking of terraced fields, visitors will immediately think of the golden beauty of ripe rice. If you have the opportunity to admire the terraced fields in the rainy season, you will surely be overwhelmed by the unique and colorful natural picture.

Photo 1: Terraced fields in the rainy season

Visitors can visit and experience the beauty of terraced fields in the water season from May to June every year, when the summer rains begin to fall, it is also the time when people in the highlands come down to the fields to plow.

Transplanting to prepare for a new crop, this is a very important stage to make the golden rice terraces.

The unique characteristics of terraced fields are hills with high slopes, winding terrain, mainly taking advantage of the water of the sky, so the work of leading water to the field is an art that requires skillful and talented hands. and diligent

Photo 2: The terraced fields in the explosion season reflect the cloudy sky

Water poured over the terraced fields that overlapped each other in endless layers. Water pours from one field to another, shimmering and captivating, making you admire this majestic scene.

Photo 3: Terraced fields hidden in the clouds, sunset

Visitors can consult and choose for themselves a reasonable itinerary to visit and admire the terraced fields in the water season at places that have been frequently selected by photographers such as:

A Mu Sung commune, A Lu, Ngai Thau, Y Ty (Bat Xat district) and stretching along Muong Hoa valley, Trung Chai commune (Sa Pa town).

Photo 4: Terraced fields in the rainy season

Thanks to the diverse and colorful beauty of the terraced fields from pouring water until the rice is ripe in the harvest season, Lao Cai has been recognized as 02 national monuments of terraced fields:

Relics of terraced fields. The Pa valley ladder (Bat Xat) and the relic of Sapa terraced fields.

Photo 5: Monuments of scenic Lao Cai terraced fields

Visiting and experiencing terraced fields in the pouring water season is gradually becoming a unique tourism product, attracting a large number of individual and family tourists to admire.

Visitors should combine community-based tourism activities, learn about traditional culture and daily activities of ethnic minorities in the localities.

                                                                             Ba Hien

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