Beautiful four-season destination
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Beautiful four-season destination

The Moc Chau (Mộc Châu) Plateau has stunning natural scenery in all four seasons.

There's Moc Chau! I used to come here to escape the sweltering heat of summer. I used to hide from the freezing winter night mist. I used to get lost in the lovely flower fields in the spring. On the Hmong New Year, I used to walk in the footsteps of ethnic people. Whatever time I visited Moc Chau, the highland land left me with unforgettable emotions.

When the spring sun shines on Moc Chau Mountain, the typical flowers of the Northwest mountains race to show off. The majestic mountain and forest photos are adorned with plum, plum, and apricot blossoms. The colors of spring paint the poetic scene: pure white apricot flowers, plum blossoms, bright pink peach blossoms, brilliant yellow cabbage beds, and green young buds.

Every degree of spring flower blooming on National Highway 6 from Hanoi to Moc Chau is always crowded with tourists. Simply walk along the main route to see the flower hills. And backpackers who seek pristine beauty frequently visit flower forests in remote villages or regions. There are only mountains and flowers, which are as lovely as a fairy tale!

Nothing beats escaping the sweltering summer sun in a green and refreshing environment like Moc Chau. Wander among the grasslands and green tea hills of Moc Chau Farm Town, or relax and immerse yourself in the cool water of Dai Yem (Dải Yếm) waterfall, or explore famous caves such as The Five Caves (Ngũ Động) of Ban Yen (Bản Yến), Son Moc Huong (Sơn Mộc Hương) cave, and Bat (Dơi) Cave. Ang (Áng) village pine forest is a poetic destination as well, where many tourists appear to be in Da Lat with a peaceful pine forest shining down on the calm lake. Moc Chau now has an ecotourism type to visit peach orchards and plum gardens in the early summer. Visitors can learn about indigenous people's lives by picking fruits with them...

It is still that calm, clear space, but with a chill that makes the scenery of Moc Chau mountain deeper and gentler. The winding tea hills retain their rustic green hue. Many tourists, especially couples taking wedding photos, stop at hills after hills, green after green, terraced tea hills and heart-shaped tea hills. This is also the season for golden ripe rice, which is grown in the villages. Choose an elevated vantage point to spread your eyes over the most beautiful terraced fields. If you plan to visit Moc Chau in the autumn, don't miss the opportunity to celebrate Independence Day 2/9 with the Mong people. If the Hmong people's traditional Tet is only celebrated within the family, family line, or neighboring villages, the Independence Tet has the connection of the Hmong community in many different localities, and they come to Moc Chau town to meet and celebrate Tet. Visitors can not only admire the beauty of traditional costumes, but also participate in and immerse themselves in the Mong people's unique folk activities.

Despite being a cold country, winter in Moc Chau has its own charms. Moc Chau welcomes delegations of visitors to the clam, relaxing in that flowery place while waiting for the fields of white mustard blossoms to bloom. The red dirt road leading to the field's entrance is more vibrant than ever, with flaps of yellow wildflowers, red poinsettia flowers, or simply delicate wildflowers. Visitors will be enticed to forget about time and indulge in flowers or take photographs in areas densely packed with white cabbage, such as Ba Phach (Ba Phách) village, Hammer (Búa) village, and Ang village.

Source: Lê Anh

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