Top Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet holiday

Ta Xua (Son La)

200km from Hanoi, Ta Xua is the favourite destination of the photographers and young people who love travelling. In addition to billowing sea of cloud, when the spring comes, this area is filled with cherry trees blooming showing the pristine, wild beauty. Travelers will have opportunities to discover life, customs and culture of the peoples here. Ta Xua is also known for the ancient shang tea trees– the famous speciality tea that anyone finds to buy when coming here.

Part 1 : 3 Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet

Beautiful places to see the sea of cloud, peach blossom and exploreare: Ta Xua, Xim Vang, Hang Dong, ...
Top Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet holiday
In spring, Ta Xua is filled with peach blossom
Ta Xua sea cloud is more attractive than the sea clouds in Y Ty, Sa Pa, Sin Ho because this valley is surrounded by Ta Xua mountain range; therefore, it is airproof, clouds seldom move.

Having an opportunities to watch the H'mong girls in brilliant brocade dress picking tea buds in endless green of the mountains is an impressive moment that not all the visitors coming here luckily get.

There are two ways to reach the highest peak are from Tram Tau (Yen Bai) and Bac Yen (Son La). The highest peak of Ta Xua range is 2865 m high, this place still remains the vestige of the flagpole that Vietnamese military plug in the war against French colonialism.
Top Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet holiday
The sea of cloud in Ta Xua
To conquer the three peaks of Ta Xua, you need 3 days 2 nights continuously climbing with essential items such as hiking boots, jacket, tent or sleeping bag, flashlight and especially clean water because Ta Xua mountain has no springs and water sources are difficult to find and too far from vacation spot.

Moc Chau (Son La)

Moc Chau is a great destination in the Lunar New Year, because travel is convenient, not too distant, so it is suitable for many people who need a outdoor trip after the moments gathering around the warm meals with family. It is cold but very beautiful, with valleys filled with peach, plum blossoms. Visitors can immerse in the atmosphere of Tet of Hmong ethnic, admire the tea hills in the early mist, or try to conquer the Pha Luong peak which is known as the roof of Moc Chau.
Top Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet holiday
Pha Luong- the roof of Moc Chau
The sites should not be ignored when traveling to Moc Chau including Thong Cuong village, Pa Phach village, Dai Yem waterfall, Doi cave, Ngu Dong Ban On, Heart tea hills, Ang village pine forests, Loong Sap border gate, Pha Luong peak...

Coming to Moc Chau is coming to the green tea plantation here. The thing that urge most tourists to enjoy coming to this land is to watch and admire the tea plantation in shape of the heart in this place. Especially, young people like to go to a heart tea plantation to capture beautiful photos on their memory. Moc Chau has three beautiful heart tea plantations attracting tourists to come here. The tea plantation takes on a particular beauty that visitors only see in Moc Chau.
Top Attractions to Visit in Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region at Tet holiday
The tea beds are arranged in shape of the hearts
Dai Yem Waterfall, also called Nang waterfall, Ban Vat waterfall, is located on the town of Moc Chau, Son La. The waterfall is named “Dai Yem” in order to compare the beauty of the waterfall to the beauty and attraction of a young girl. There is also another explanation of the name Dai Yem, according to legend, the waterfall was the Yếm (ancient Vietnamese bodice) of a Fairy helping a boy escape from floodwaters. Less than 10km from the central of Moc Chau town, the beauty as well as the stories about the waterfall have always attracted many travellers to Moc Chau.

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