The border commune of Y Ty, in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai, is well-known as an ideal place to enjoy the dazzling beauty of terraced paddy fields and clouds
Autumn has arrived and brought the best season in the northwestern region. The forests, mountains and terraced rice fields are covered with a new brilliant bright yellow coat.
Ripening rice terraced fields are one of Vietnam’s northwestern region most special attractions at this time of the year as autumn nears.
Businesses have poured trillions of dong into spiritual tourism projects, causing hundreds of hectares of forestland and rice fields to be cleared.
With the harvest season approaching, the rice fields of An Giang province have started to ripen, creating stunning images of vast yellow fields.
Facing water shortages, farmers in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tien Giang have grown corn on nearly 2,000ha of rice fields for the 2018-19 winter-spring crop.
VietNamNet Bridge – With the rainy season to end soon, water levels in many canals in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta are much lower than normal, sparking fears among locals that this will hit farming and drinking-water needs.