Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields

Summer is here. The rice is almost ripe. If you don’t know where to go, let’s go to Mu Cang Chai, the home of terraced fields, to admire ripening rice.
Here are some pictures of Mu Cang Chai in the time of ripen rice:
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
On the road to Mu Cang Chai – the peak of Khau Pha hill.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Terraced fields.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
La Pan Tan – a mountain village of H’mong, around 15 kilometers from Mu Cang Chai. Before 1996, this village was the land of poppies. All families planted poppy. All people were poppy addicts. The local government had to implement a special policy to gradually rub out poppies.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
In the first year, each old person was allowed to keep 100sq.m of poppy field. The area of poppy for each old person was reduced in the second year, and poppy was banned completely in the third year.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
At present, rice has replaced poppy in this land.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Local H’mong people now have a better life. La Pan Tan has been recognized as a national landscape in 2007.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Terraced field in La Pan Tan.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Cu Que Nha, a commune in Mu Cang Chai.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Ethnic minority women harvest rice.
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields
Beautiful scenes in the home of terraced fields

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