Four seasons of travel: autumn
If you miss the chance to show off your bikini figure in the summer, you can still do so in the clear blue water on Phu Quoc in the autumn. September to March is the perfect time to visit this Southern island because the rainy season has passed, and golden sunny days have arrived on this beautiful island. Don’t forget to visit the ancient fishing village Ham Ninh, Star Beach, Khen Beach, Tranh Stream or Gan Dau Cape, the fish souce factories, pepper plantations and go scuba diving or squid fishing at night for an unforgettable experience.
In the fall, you can also visit the mountains to see the prosperity of harvest season in Mu Cang Chai, Y Ty or Hoang Su Phi. The terraced rice fields turn gold in the sunshine, H’mong women dressed in colorful clothing cheerfully collect their harvest and thresh the rice. You will forget the time watching t his, soaking in the scent of new rice. For thousands of years, the ethnic peoples of H’mong, Dao and La Chi tribes have planted and harvested rice here, creating the unique and beautiful landscape on the mountains.
In the South, Dalat in the fall is also a must-visit destination. Miles of pine trees adorn the golden sunflowers on the streets of Dalat. Mimosas shyly bloom. The Valley of Love is filled with colorful flowers, or visit Trai Mat Village on a vintage train. Autumn is rainy season here but the quick showers in this dreamy land always surprise and delight visitors. In the cold and fog, enjoy a warm coffee by a lakeside café by Xuan Huong Lake and admire the cherry blossom flowers and you will forget all the problems in life.