Located in the northern province of Yen Bai, Ta Chi Nhu Mountain offers tourists who climb to the peak mesmerising views of clouds, along with a vast array of violet flowers.
|Ta Chi Nhu, which is often referred to as Phu Song Sung by the Thai ethnic people, can be found in Tram Tau District of Yen Bai Province.|
|At a height of 2,979 metres above sea level, Ta Chi Nhu is among the 10 highest mountains in the country, serving as an attractive destination for local cloud hunters.|
|Visitors to the area must be in Tram Tau District one day before starting their climb to the peak of Ta Chi Nhu Mountain, with local porters on hand to support tourists on their journey to conquer the mountain.|
|Groups who climb the mountain typically set off at 8 a.m.|
|On the way to the peak visitors can enjoy plenty of check-in spots. Pictured is a man posing alone with a tree on the slope.|
|Climbers are urged to make use of aids such as hiking sticks, whilst also consuming plenty of drinks during the course of their trip.|
|There are plenty of varieties of weeds and colourful flowers that travelers can enjoy seeing whilst trekking up the path.|
|Violet flowers located on the slopes serves to create a romantic picture.|
|Violet flowers usually come into full bloom between September and November. Indeed, the mountain is an ideal place for cloud hunters between November to March when the weather becomes both dry and cold, creating perfect conditions in which to snap photographs of the clouds.|
|A view of Ta Chi Nhu Mountain at dawn|
|A tourist snaps an image upon successfully conquering the peak of Ta Chi Nhu Mountain.|
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