Moc Chau Plateau in northwestern Son La province is endowed by nature with a temperate climate that produces diverse kinds of flowers all year round. From November to March in particular, flowers are blooming, showing their unique beauty that makes the plateau become an attractive destination for tourists, photographers and nature lovers.
Quang said that thanks to the development and convenience of social networks, he and his friends could find the most beautiful spots for sight-seeing and photographing the flower fields. They also found other useful information about accommodations and places to eat, as well as the traditional customs of the local people they would meet on the way.
Normally, in winter, the sun rises over Moc Chau plateau a bit later than in other seasons of the year. From 9am to 10am, tourists can catch the view of the vast valleys full of flowers shining in the morning sunshine. Yellow wild sunflowers, deep red Trang nguyen (poinsettia) flowers, white plum flowers – all are seen together with the romantic and magnificent view of the mountains and forests that will fascinate tourists, making them feel as if they were lost in some fairyland.
Along the roads leading to Tan Lap and Ba Phach tea-growing hills, to Van Ho and Loong Luong communes, or paths winding around Moc Chau Farm Town, there are several beautiful sight-seeing spots to enjoy the blooming, yellow, wild sunflowers, which signals the coming winter over the plateau. The best time to take pictures of those flowers is in the morning when the sun begins to dissipate the fog and the flowers are still fresh with dew.
Besides wild sunflowers, Trang nguyen flowers help highlight the beauty of Moc Chau Plateau with their red color. They run down the hill sides, through the green tea fields to the hamlets’ lanes that all make up incredibly romantic flower walls.
Trang nguyen flowers grow wild on the hills and around the houses in the communes. The local people can only trim their branches to make up red flowery roads that mesmerise all the viewers. The beautiful flowers attract many visitors to come and take pictures of them, and the highlight of colors on the green plateau.
rang nguyen (poinsettia) flowers on the two sides of Highway No.6
in Loong Luong Commune, Van Ho District.
Trang nguyen flowers are often grown around the houses of Thai ethnic families in Phieng Luong, Moc Chau.
White plum flowers on the hills in Chieng Ly hamlet (Van Ho Commune, Van Ho District).
Valleys of white plum flowers in Nong Truong Town
Pollen is one of the products that bee raisers collect in Moc Chau during the flower blossoming season.
Bee raisers take their beehives to Moc Chau Farm Town
during the flower blooming season
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