Going on the route Hanoi – Nghia Lo – Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai, you should stop at some villages like Lim Mong, Lim Thai. The road is already built by concrete but it is still a hard part when it is raining.
Small girls of Lim Mong, Lim Thai sitting next to Nam Co stream.
The locals said that the harvest season last for 2 weeks (from 20/9-3/10). Visitors can come with friends to watch the rice field and feel the peaceful life of people here.
A golden field in La Pan Tan – a Hmong commune, 15km away from Mu Cang Chai town. La Pan Tan, Che Cu Nha and De Xu Phinh is three commnues that are ranked as national monuments.
Going through Khau Pha Pass of about 40km long, the one of the four biggest pass of the North of Vietnam, you will see a small path to go to Phinh Ho, 5km away from Mu Cang Chai. The road getting narrow on the way up, tourists want to visit must park their bike and go by foots.