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    Mu Cang Chai, Viet Nam- destination you can not miss

    Mu Cang Chai is famous for the stretch of hazardous roads spreading out for tens kilometers of infinite and primeval landscapes, grandiose ranges of mountains and the peaceful and poetic picture of ethnics’ houses covered by terrace fields. Mu Cang Chai is located 180 kilometers away from Yen Bai city. You can take bus, train or motorbike to Mu Cang Chai from Ha noi. This guidance will show you how to get to Mu Cang Chai from Ha Noi.

    Is a mountainous district of Yen Bai province, in the northeastern region of Vietnam, is about 280km from Hanoi, are known with scenic rice terraces. Each harvest season, Mu Cang Chai welcomes thousands of visitors from around the country & is the new attractive destination for international travelers.
    Mu Cang Chai - destination you can not miss

    There are two ways to visit Mu Cang Chai from Hanoi:

    From Hanoi, you can go straight to Mu Cang Chai by motorcycle or car.
    By Bus: Distance Hanoi – Mu Cang Chai is 280km, but the route is very bad so you have to take about 1 day to arrive by bus. Few bus firms run the route Hanoi – Mu Cang Chai. Catch the bus Hanoi – Lai Chau which goes through Mu Cang Chai, then rent the motorbike to visit around the town area
    There’re many other buses in Giap Bat and My Dinh bus station. The most of buses run the route Hanoi – Lai Chau also passes Mu Cang Chai.

    And if you want a personal tour best to Mu Cang Chai. Please contact us with the address: http://vietnamtypicaltours.com/.

    The best time to visit

    Mu Cang Chai - destination you can not miss

    September and October are suggested as the most ideal time to visit Mu Cang Chai as everywhere, from magnificent mountains or beautiful terraced rice fields are bathed in glistening rays.
    Going to Mu Cang Chai is an alternative to both these options: a road less strenuous and less traveled although Sapa, whose charm has been taken away by the popularity of the area and some trails crowded with tourists, is the most famous mountain spot in northern Vietnam.


    The charm of Mu Cang Chai for tourists

    About 1000 meters above sea level, Mu Cang Chai which has the steep hills, almost impossible to grow rice fields like those in the delta, is home to the Thai and H’Mong community. Thus, for the aim of preventing water from flowing downhill, the local residences grow their own rice on the terraced fields. Lying under clear blue sky or a mysterious and crips fog, among rugged green moutain valleys, these terraced fields bring to travelers’ eyes an imposing view.

    Mu Cang Chai - destination you can not miss
    Although not being quite as dramatic as this in Hoang Su Phi District in Ha Giang Province, the scenery here is much closer. Getting to Mu Cang Chai which is not too far from Hanoi, is not difficult at all and sometimes it can make for a pleasant weekend jaunt while Ha Giang takes days of driving indirect, and sometimes impassable roads, and a guide to help you to travel around areas bordering China.

    Lim Mong Village: one of the destinations for travelers who love adventure and challenging
    Khau Pha Pass: the highest mountain in Mu Cang Chai area and surrounded by mountains identical messages. The winding stretches of road pass between the old forests are bold and pristine slopes terraced fields of H’Mong, Thai.
    Cao Pha valley: This is also the time when many tourists venture to conquer the scenic gorge. The jungle at Khau Pha preserved many rare animals and plants such as oil data, to her and all kinds of birds, other rare animals.
    Terraced fields in La Pan Tan: Famous for its beautiful terraced fields of heaven leaning fingerprint.

    So, it's regretful if you don't visit and discover one of the most beauty of breathtaking mountain regions.
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