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Hoang Su Phi terraced fields blanketed in yellow

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The harvest season has come to terraced rice fields in Hoang Su Phi district, the northernmost province of Ha Giang, presenting a spectacular view to travellers. 

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Terraced rice fields are a unique beauty of Hoang Su Phi district as well as other northern mountainous areas of Vietnam 

The harvest season in Hoang Su Phi falls in September and October, creating a breathtaking scene that attracts tourists to Ha Giang province every autumn 

A cultural and tourism festival promoting the beauty of Hoang Su Phi’s terraced fields and ethnic culture kicked off on September 28

In November 2011, 760 hectares of Hoang Su Phi terraced fields located across six communes was recognised as part of national heritage

Local ethnics pick tea buds on old trees. Hoang Su Phi is also famous for old tea trees whose leaves have become a specialty 

Local women ram earth to build a house. Once visiting Hoang Su Phi, tourists will also have a chance to learn about the culture of local ethnic groups

Apart from terraced fields, waterfalls are also interesting places for those who want to explore Hoang Su Phi 

 

Source: VNA

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