Lim Mong Valley – Must Stop When Travel to Mu Cang Chai

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Lim Mong Valley – Must Stop When Travel to Mu Cang Chai
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Lim Mong Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Northern Mountain Area of Vietnam. Just 5 kms from Tu Le – the most famous place for sticky rice in the north of Vietnam, Lim Mong Valley is the must photo stop for any travellers travel up to Mu Cang Chai. Most of people just take the photo for the panorama view of the valley from Khau Pha Pass, but if you spend little more time to to discover the valley, you can see much more. Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields are always beautiful, from the beginning to the end of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June - The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June – The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June - The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June – The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June - The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June – The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June - The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Terraced Rice Fields in June – The begining of the crop.

Lim Mong Valley in September - The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September – The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September - The harvst time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September – The harvst time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September - The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September – The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September - The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September – The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September - The harvest time of the rice crop

Lim Mong Valley in September – The harvest time of the rice crop

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