Bac Son valley in Lang Son is blessed with magnificent ripening paddy fields and white clouds which serve to create picturesque scenery, making the area particularly attractive for visitors, especially photographers.
In late July, the paddy fields of Bac Son valley in Lang Son province enter their harvest season. From Na Lay mount, visitors are able to savour a panoramic view of the valley.
The stunning views of the paddy fields in Bac Son valley from above
Bac Son valley is a popular destination for photographers once the harvest season in the paddy fields arrives
The harvest season in Bac Son valley occurs earlier than other localities and often lasts for one week. Visitors are therefore advised to make plans for a short journey of only two or three days
The ripening paddy field season falls between July and mid-November
Farmers often burn straw in preparation for the cultivation of their next crop
A small canal winds through the valley. Bac Son valley is located within a limestone range that covers the homes of the Tay, Nung, and Dao ethnic groups
Visitors are able to savour the scenic views of white clouds from the mountain peaks of Bac Son
A photographer notes that as Na Lay mountain is situated at 400 metres above the sea levels, it is the best spot from which to take beautiful photos of Bac Son valley