Viet Picturesque: Northern Terraced Rice Fields

The terraced rice field is a masterpiece of the Vietnamese ethnic peoples. Found in Northern mountainous provinces such as Ha Giang, Lao Cai and Yen Bai, these rice fields are a symbol of the Vietnamese Wet Rice Civilisation, representing the Viet people’s will in conquering the nature. The picturesque of these special fields is a “must see” destination for travelers, and highly recommended during the harvesting seasons.

Tu Le terraced fields from height
Tu Le terraced fields from height
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Beautiful terraced fields
Fields terraced in preparation for sowing
Fields terraced in preparation for sowing
Workart of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities
Workart of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities
Workart of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities
Workart of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities
Terraced fieds in Yen Bai - A national heritage
Terraced fieds in Yen Bai – A national heritage
Terraced rice In full flush of youth
Terraced rice In full flush of youth
Terraced fields: About to ripen
Terraced fields: About to ripen
Ha Giang terraced fields: Picturesque of an abundant crop
Ha Giang terraced fields: Picturesque of an abundant crop
Picturesque of an abundant crop
Picturesque of an abundant crop
Terraced fields amidst mist: A beauty only in Vietnam
Terraced fields amidst mist: A beauty only in Vietnam
Mu Cang Chai terraced fields
Mu Cang Chai terraced fields

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