Hoang Su Phi rice terraced fields – the irresistible beauty. Traveling to Ha Giang to discover the beauty of the ripe rice seasons in the highlands.
Being a relatively popular type of cultivation, rice terraced fields are present in many countries, typically Southeast Asian countries. In Vietnam, terraced fields are the production method of many ethnic groups in the northern mountainous areas, such as Mong, Dao, Nung, La Chi and Ha Nhi ……
It is 110 km from Ha Giang city, along National Highway 2 and Provincial Road 177, Hoang Su Phi is a district located in the west of Ha Giang. With a relatively complex topography, Hoang Su Phi is divided by high and medium mountain ranges, gradually lowering towards the river following the flow of Chay river and Bac river, creating 3 types of main terrain, including including high mountain, low and medium mountain and narrow valley. The geological tectonic process for a long-term and local weathering on the parent rock background have created a Hoang Su Phi with diverse pedology and soil resources.
Hoang Su Phi is recognized as a National Monument by its beautiful and wide terraces. Hoang Su Phi rice terraced fields are the wonderful work created by hardworking, sweat and brains of local people. Over time, ethnic people here have turned wild hills and mountains into fertile and winding rice fields, stretching as far as the eye can see.
Hoang Su Phi is considered the most beautiful rice terraced fields in Vietnam. When traveling to Ha Giang, you will be very surprised by the natural beauty here. The immense and sparkling green and yellow silk strips alternately adorn the scenery of the Hoang Su Phi highlands. It becomes an interesting destination for visitors. It can be said that terraced fields in Ban Luoc, Ban Phung, San Sa Ho, Nam Ty, Ho Thau, Thong Nguyen … communes are not only natural and cultural beauty but also Hoang Su Phi’s pride.
The paradise of Hoang Su Phi rice terraced fields, a beautiful picture in the vast space of heaven and earth and nature of the border highlands. This place deserves to be one of 11 majestic landscapes of Ha Giang tourism.
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