Moc Chau plateau in white plum blossom season
(VNF) - Spring is the best time to admire the stunning beauty of Moc Chau Plateau when the white plum blossom cover many hills and valleys in the land making it extremely attractive and lovely.
Moc Chau plateau in Son La province is covered with plum blossoms. (Photo: Amazing Things in Vietnam/FB)
Moc Chau Plateau in northwestern Son La province is endowed by nature with a temperate climate that produces perse 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.
Early February marks the most beautiful season of plum blossom. In the foggy winter, visitors are more eager to capture the unique background while enjoying a fantastic image created by the massive carpet of plum blossom on sidewalks.
In spring time, tourists from all over the country come here not only to feel the taste of the cold but also to know how beautiful the white plum flower is.
Thanks to the impressive nature, the Moc Chau Plateau in Son La province is considered as one of the most attractive destinations during the upcomming Lunar New Year. (Photo: Amazing Things in Vietnam/FB)
In the high blue sky scenery, cool air and the white plum blossom garden vast of the small villages, rocky mountainside and in the blue valley of rocky make many people captivate.
Traditional houses and colorful costumes of the Mong ethnic minority people also add flavour to the romantic view.
The plum blossoms in Moc Chau Plateau linger just two or three weeks before giving way to small red fruits.
Plum bloom very quickly, in about 2-3 weeks and faded so instead of the lovely young plum. (Photo: Amazing Things in Vietnam/FB)
Villages of Tan Lap, Phien Canh, Long Luong and Thong Cuong are considered to be the "kingdom" of the white plum flower.
Amid the vast blue sky over the cool, windy plateau, gardens of plum trees show their pure white flowers that cover the small hamlets, on the mountain sides and in the valleys. Such wonderful images are inviting for any visitor./.