The ripe rice season at Ban Gioc waterfall in Dam Thuy commune, about 20km from TrungKhanh district... Ban Gioc is a beautiful waterfall with cascades, stretching to hundreds of meters. October is also an ideal time for visitors to contemplate this waterfall.

Photographer Pham Chi Cong, living and working in Hanoi, says he is fascinated by the picturesque landscape of ripe paddy fields in the harvest season. His photos were shot in 2019-2020 in Cao Bang and Yen Bai provinces.

At this time of the year, visitors also have chance to see the Quay Son river meandering through the rice fields and limestone mountains located at Phong Nam valley in Trung Khanh district.

Seen from above, golden rice fields are mixed with ones already harvested in Phong Nam valley.

From September to October, terraced fields in the Northwestern region turn yellow with ripe rice. The waves of green rice are mixed with golden ripe rice in Tu Le commune, on the way to Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai.

A new fanciful day in terraced fields in Tu Le commune, Van Chan district, Yen Bai province

A bamboo hut built in the middle of the fields which usually attracts visitors to take a rest.

Clouds above La Pan Tan terraced fields.

The field is located at more than 1,000m above sea level, about 8km from the center of Mu Cang Chai district. The H’mong people transformed mountain slopes into terraced fields hundreds of years ago for rice farming.

The steamed glutinous rice tray-shaped hill in La Pan Tan terraced fields, Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai province, in a sunny day... Visitors always stop here to take photos.

A horseshoe-shaped terraced field in the ripe rice season... From the center of Lao Chai, tourists can ride motorbikes to fully enjoy local beautiful landscapes.

Source: VnExpress

Translated by Khanh Ngan