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When the first flowers blossom on the ‘to day’ (wild peach blossom) trees, H’mong people joyfully celebrate their traditional Lunar New Year festival on the first three days of the twelfth lunar month.
Have you ever wanted to visit Sa Pa or Mu Cang Chai but were worried they'd be too crowded?
Famous for its most breathtaking rice terraces, Mu Cang Chai in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai is a reputable name repeated among travel lovers and photographers,
The northern mountainous province of Yen Bai will open its annual “Pouring Water Season” tourism festival on May 30 as part of the “Vietnamese people travel Vietnam” programme.
With the yellow mustard flowers of Mu Cang Chai terraced fields entering full bloom in February in the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, the region is blessed with romantic scenery for visitors to enjoy.
CNBC has run an article which introduces Mu Cang Chai district in the northern province of Yen Bai as one of the top travel locations for international visitors in 2020.
The pinkish hue of To Day flower or wild peach blossom in the mountainous Mu Cang Chai has bewitched visitors.
With autumn upon us, thousands of visitors have begun flocking to the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai in order to enjoy some of the region’s breathtaking scenery of ripe paddy fields.
Tu Le, Mu Cang Chai, and Hoang Su Phi all represent popular destinations where visitors can come to enjoy the scenic views of ripening paddy fields during crisp autumn days.
Mu Cang Chai district (Yen Bai province) is entering the most beautiful golden rice season of the year in Vietnam, attracting lots of people to come to enjoy the full autumn in the fragrant rice.
Mu Cang Chai district, located in the northwestern province of Yen Bai, has been named as one of the 50 most beautiful places to visit worldwide, according to a vote conducted on the tourism website CnTraveller.
Paragliding has become a popular sport among youngsters over recent years. Paragliding festivals have been frequently organised by paragliding clubs at popular tourist attractions in the northern region.