Visit Mang Mu in Pour Water Season

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Located in a high mountain, Mang Mu is definitely an ideal spot to hold a panoramic view of Mu Cang Chai in the northern mountainous Yen Bai province, especially in the pour water season or rice harvest season.

Lying on 2 hamlets, namely Mang Mu A and Mang Mu B in Mo De Commune, Mu Cang Chai District, 7 km from the center of the town towards Khau Phia Pass, Mang Mu promises to satisfy the love of those who are engaged in trekking and nature and culture exploration. 

Mang Mu A and Mang Mu B hamlets are ranked two poorest areas of Mu Cang Chai. Moreover, the only path heading the hamlets and the peak of the mountain at the same time is « rough » with steep slopes and mud. Therefore, it is only accessible on dry sunny days. Mang Mu is home to mainly the Hmong ethnic minority group whose livelihood is farming. Located on the high mountain next to Mu Cang Chai town, Mang Mu is considered as an ideal place to contemplate the panorama of the mountainous town. 

Coming to Mang Mu in rice harvest season (September- October) and pour water season (May – June), tourists certainly enjoy terraced fields as the masterpiece of the Mong ethnic minority. In the afternoon, the whole Mu Cang Chai seems to be bathed in the golden sun, creating the « breath - taking » scenery in Mang Mu.

 You should capture that extraordinary moment by all means. The images of the rooftops and terraced fields immersing in the golden sun, a little boy of plowing his family’s farm amid the last rays of sunshine of the day, and a little girl relaxing on the embankment of the farm and watch the sunset after a long day of working hard are all heart-melted. You won’t shake them off, I’m sure. Bear in mind, the temperature drops fast at 6:30 p.m in the summer, so you should keep yourself warm and go down the mountain when it’s still clear.

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Location Mù Cang Chải, Yên Bái, Việt Nam


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