Mesmerized by the beauty of Tam Coc in the ripe rice season

The ripe rice season in Tam CocHang Mua still makes many people enamored, on these last days, family members invite each other to travel to Ninh Binh to take pictures to save this heart-wrenching beauty.

The beauty of the golden rice paddies, the interweaving clouds of sky and water make Tam Coc this season as beautiful as a natural painting that captivates people.

Tam Coc golden season painting

Tam Coc fields were formed from the process of reclamation and labor of people since the 10th century AD. The most special feature of Tam Coc this season is that the rice fields on both sides of the river begin to turn golden yellow, looking from above like a prominent golden silk on the blue water. People here embankment on the alluvial soil of the river to plant seedlings, so the foot of the rice plant is completely submerged in water, the soft-shaped fields embrace the river. In the days of June, the fields in Tam Coc Ninh Binh are again put on a brilliant yellow of ripe rice, standing out on the green patch in the middle of the mountains, creating a beautiful natural picture.

Experience sitting on a boat down the Ngo Dong River watching rice

Exploring Tam Coc – Bich Dong you will have to go a long way on the Ngo Dong river winding around the rice fields. The fields are where they are being harvested, where they are waiting to be harvested, creating natural colors that are fragrant, gentle and beautiful. On the river, you will hear the boatman give a presentation, see the rice fields in sight, breathe in the fresh air, faintly fragrant rice.

While sightseeing, if you want to stop to take pictures, you should talk to the boatman in advance. Experienced boatmen will stop the boat, find a convenient place for you to climb the cliff.

Mua Cave – The most beautiful place to watch Tam Coc in the ripe rice season

According to Ninh Binh travel experience of the “moving” world, the most ideal place to watch the Tam Coc ripe rice season is Mua Cave. When conquering nearly 500 steps to the top of Ngoa Long mountain at sunset, you will be immersed in nature and enjoy the panorama of Tam Coc golden season.

The highlight of Hang Mua is the Mua mountain area with the road leading to Mua Cave built according to the architecture of the citadel, which many people liken to the Great Wall of Vietnam. Over time, the road has a quiet, mossy beauty. The two sides of the stairs are carved images with bold cultural characteristics such as Nghe, eagle, etc., animals that are imprinted in the spiritual architectural culture of the Vietnamese people. These animals are placed on stone pillars along the way, creating a special and impressive feature for the road leading to the top of the mountain. Standing on the top of Mua mountain, you can admire the most wonderful view. The entire scene of the rice field printed with each field is zoomed into the eye. The water channel glimpsed the boat oars from the top of the mountain like leaves floating in the water.

Going to Tam Coc this season, whether sitting on a boat or walking on foot, you will feel lost in the colorful carpets when looking through the green rice fields mixed with ripe yellow rice.

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