Glorious sunset in Vietnam’s mountainous regions
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|Sun sets on Moc Chau plateau in Moc Chau District, Son La Province, about 200 kilometers to the northwest of Hanoi, VOV reported. Photo: VOV|
|The peaceful charm of tea hills on Moc Chau. Photo: VOV|
|The path from Pa Tan to Muong Te (Lai Chau province) is soaked in the glorious sunshine. Photo: VOV|
|The reed flower on hill flanks glitters in the afternoon sunshine. Photo: VOV|
|A corner of mysterious Muong Te at sunset. Photo: VOV|
|O Quy Ho, one of four great mountain passes in northwestern Vietnam is shrouded in seas of cloud and late sunlight. Photo: VOV|
|The majestic beauty of O Quy Ho pass at sunset can easily conquer the hearts of any visitors. Photo: VOV|
|Y Ty commune in Bat Xat district of Lao Cai province is extremely magnificent as the sun descends. Photo: VOV|
|Adding to the already charm of terraced rice fields in the mountainous district of Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai province is the splendid sunset. Photo: VOV|
|Hoang Su Phi in Ha Giang is also a perfect spot to admire sunset in the mountainous region. Photo: VOV|
|A closer look at the stunning sunset at Phung village, one of the most renowned tourist attractions in Hoang Su Phi. Photo: VOV|
|Dong Van rocky plateau (Ha Giang province) boasts the nostalgic beauty at sunset Photo: VOV|
|The sun falls behind imposing mountain ranges on Ma Pi Leng Pass (Ha Giang). Photo: VOV|
Besides imposing mountains, towns in Northwestern Vietnam such as Meo Vac, Dong Van, Bac Ha, Sapa, and Moc Chau also embellish beauty of the region.
In this season, the weather in Huong Hoa upland district is often cold and foggy in the early morning, creating a blurry yet mesmerizing scene.
In September and October, the golden terraced fields in Yen Bai and Cao Bang shimmering like a highland painting that leave imprints on tourists.