Farmers in the valley of Lang Son, which borders China, cultivate two rice crops a year that they harvest in July and November. In late July and early August every year, the ripening paddy fields turn different shades of yellow and green, while wispy white clouds float above, making the panoramic view of the valley a sight to behold. To see Bac Son Valley at its best, it’s best to hike up the Na Lay Mountain. A dash of brown is added to the patchwork of yellows and greens because of the different times at which some of the rice is planted and harvested. The rice harvest season in Bac Son Valley happens sooner than in other localities and lasts about a week, giving visitors a short span in which to enjoy the sight of vast yellow-green fields. A two or three day trip at this time is a sure winner. Bac Son was once not as well known as other sites like Y Ty in Lao Cai Province or Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai Province, but photographers and backpackers are flocking here in increasing numbers during the rice harvesting season. A river meanders through the fields that have… Read full this story
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