Years ago, Mu Cang Chai was called as “The forgoten land in Viet Nam” for its remote location. Now it’s more well-known and well-liked by both domestic and foreign tourists. Although Mu Cang Chai has been more touristy than it was in the past, this area still remains its original layout with the oustanding natural landscape and traditional way of living.
Apart from enjoying the beautiful landscapes; you can also find out unique cultural features as well as the daily life of Mong people here. Most of the locals live a life of deprivation and misery but the way they treat each other and the tourists always make you feel as they have known you for years.
When you get in Mu Cang Chai, be ready to be impressed by the marvelous scenery of the terraced fields, unique culture and tradtional lifestyles of people living there.
Photo by talkvietnam
There are 500 ha of terraced fields in 3 communes as La pan Tan, Che Cu Nha and De Xu within the whole 2,000 ha terraced fields of the area. For years, Mu Cang Chai has become an ideal stops for all nature lovers and adventerous travellers.
Best time to visit Mu Cang Chai?
When you plan for a trip to Mu Cang Chai, these 2 seasons should be in consideration for the best trip:
- The middle of September to middle of October is the best time for the stunning view of yellow carpet of terrace fields. The weather at that time is also cooler and suitable for a relaxing wander.
- From May to June: is when the farmers start for harvesting season. This time of year is also when the terrace field is watered by the summer rains. When you visit Mu Cang from May to June, you can see another side of the area when it’s flooded.
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