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– Around 280 kilometres northwest of Hanoi, Mu Cang Chai where these rice paddies in Vietnam was famous for their impressive challenging terrain. Mu Cang Chai’s sheer rice terraces were sculpted over centuries of small-scale cultivation. Each season brings its own charm. During the summer, the terraces bulge with ripening rice stems that blanket the hills in a vibrant green. By early autumn, the rice plants have turned a bewitching golden yellow, ready for the harvest. In wintertime, the lonely terraces fill with water, creating cascading rows of reflective infinity pools. Once spring comes, the terraces transform into anthills of activity, as the farmers plant a new crop.
– However, it say that there are two best periods that people should visit Mu Cang Chai: between May and July when the locals water the fields to plant a new rice crop- terraces fill with water, creating giant mirror of reflective all color full of fresh natural; and between mid-September and mid-October when the stepped fields change from green colour to yellow one – in the fresh, dew-drenched dawn, hundreds of stepped rice paddies, carved into the contours of steep valleys, are illuminated by the autumn sun. The gold-green and toast-brown colours of the ripe rice are luminous. The curving terraces, although man-made, appear to be in complete harmony with the landscape, creating a hypnotic patterning across the hills and valleys.