Moc Chau Plateau in the northern mountainous province of Son La welcomes and fascinates tourists to brilliant hills of flowers and green tea.
Situated 120 kilometres from Son La city and at 1,000 metres above sea level, Moc Chau is home to different groups. This is also a locality that has high economic growth within the province, in particular with the strong development in milk production, tea processing and other agricultural and forestry products as well as its trade and tourism strengths.
In the near future, Moc Chau will become a national tourism site as a result of its attractive destinations, including Ban Ang pine forests, Dai Yem waterfall, Long Sap border gate, Ban On cave, Chieng Yen community-based tourism site, Po Cop ecotourism and Xuan Nha forest tourism site.
Besides its natural advantages, Moc Chau is a land of perse historic and cultural relics which have all added to the strengths in trade exchange and tourism development.
The magnificent natural scenery on Moc Chau Plateau
Vivid natural picture created by human’s hands
Tourists can enjoy cool and pure atmosphere on tea hills and see with their own eyes the floating clouds or the green rows going around the hills which look like terraced fields stretching endlessly.
Moc Suong tea hills produce one of the most famous kinds of tea in Moc Chau.
The peaceful beauty – the specific characteristic of the mountainous area
Moc Chau is the place of the most tourism destinations of Son La province and the northwestern region.
The land of different groups creating cultural identities develops strength for community-based tourism.
Handicraft products bringing cultural characteristics in Moc Chau are interesting presents for tourists’ relatives and friends.
( Compiled by VNF (Photos: cpv.org.vn) )