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Terraced rice fields in Sapa

 

(Pick up from My Dung, Sales Executive at S Viet Travel, on November 2, 2016, and there are some pictures picked up from Internet)

 

Terraced rice fields in Sapa were voted as one of seven most beautiful and impressive ones of Asia and the world by readers of the US’s magazine Travel and Leisure.

 

 

Rice terraces in Sapa are slopes claimed from nature for cultivation in hilly or mountainous areas. Due to the steep feature, fertile soil thanks to it was created by weathered granite rock and mountain cliffs often stock water, local ethnic minority people can grow rice and establish terraced rice fields, one after another, from the foot to nearly top of mountains.

 

When being seen from afar, the terraced rice fields look like a picture of nature with heart- catching beauty keeping tourists to stay for admiration for a while. This picture however has its color changed seasonally, exhibiting its most alluring charm when the new crop begins, green rice grows and the field is lush with ripening rice.

 

 

 

 

 

As usual in April and May when the local people water their fields at full to prepare for a new crop, the surface of terraced fields shines like a mirror reflecting the contrast of the reddish brown of soil, the deep blue of the sky high above and the green of surrounding forests. Embankments surrounding these terraces look like threads softly lined by the painter.

 

When being seen from afar, the terraced rice fields look like a picture of nature with heart- catching beauty keeping tourists to stay for admiration for a while. This picture however has its color changed seasonally, exhibiting its most alluring charm when the new crop begins, green rice grows and the field is lush with ripening rice.

 

 

 

 

As usual in April and May when the local people water their fields at full to prepare for a new crop, the surface of terraced fields shines like a mirror reflecting the contrast of the reddish brown of soil, the deep blue of the sky high above and the green of surrounding forests. Embankments surrounding these terraces look like threads softly lined by the painter.

 

 

P/s:

 Cause of having no more time for written sharing, I can not write here more. But I would like to remind all of you that this is a really heavy rainy season in our country. And there is just only a narrow path by mini bus to go to visit Sapa Town in the North of Vietnam or Dalat lovely city in the South. The slopes on the mountains leading you to Sapa or Dalat are really slippery of moss.

 

So, be careful when you wanna go there for visiting. We have just only one LIFE. We know that we miss you when giving this so bad advice. But we think we would like to see you safe when traveling. Be smart and happy with your choosing! 

 

Enjoy!

 

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