Located about 300 km from Hanoi, Mu Cang Chai terraced fields with wild beauty, idyllic but very majestic is the ideal photographic location of many photographers. The road to Mu Cang Chai is quite far, you have to overcome many difficult downhill passes. But when you come to see and admire, you will feel that all the tiredness deserves it.
Not only that, the rice paddies across the mountain slope here is also honored to be classified as National Attraction with Hoang Su Phi (Ha Giang) and Sapa (Lao Cai). From above, overlooking the scenery, Mu Cang Chai is as beautiful as a watercolor painting, each line of green, soft gold in the land with a height of over 1,000 m, make people admire.
On the way up to Mu Cang Chai, you go through Khau Phau Pass, one of the four great passes of Vietnam. In misty clouds, Mu Cang Chai rice terraces are more and more brilliant. Fields arranged in layers, with layers of green, golden yellow stretches between the mountains and forests of the Northwest.
Mu Cang Chai terraces are associated with the history and culture of the Mong people. In addition to admire beautiful scenery Mu Cang Chai in the rice harvest season, you can also explore the cultural identity, and life of the local ethnic people.
Especially, in the week of Culture – Tourism Mu Cang Chai terraced fields in September every year, visitors also converge on not only watching the rice fields but also participating in a series of cultural events. such as highland markets, Mu Cang Chai terraced rice field exhibition, parachuting …