Vietnam’s fascinating places in Octoter

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    Gold rice season in Pu Luong

    Pu Luong Nature Reserve, just 130 kilometers (80 miles) northwest of Thanh Hoa, prides itself for pristine nature and tranquil ambiance away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, surrounded by spectacular limestone mountains

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    Gold rice season in Pu Luong

    Pu Luong is best enjoyed in October when golden-yellow terraced rice fields glisten in the light cold of autumn.

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    Gold rice season in Pu Luong

    No hotels or resorts can be found there, but homestay services allow you to experience the culture and daily life of ethnic people who mostly make a living from farming.

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    Gold rice season in Pu Luong

    Don’t forget to try local delicacies cooked fresh using homegrown ingredients.

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    Gold rice season in Pu Luong

    Expense: VND150,000 ($6.43) to VND250,000 ($10.72) per night

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    Ha Giang_Buckwheat flower season

    Situated around 300 kilometers (186 miles) from Hanoi, Ha Giang, a neighbor of the famous Sa Pa town, still remain unspoiled landscapes.

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    Ha Giang_Buckwheat flower season

    In October and November, vast fields of buckwheat flowers bloom in white and pastel pink all over the Dong Van karst plateau creating a magnificent sight.

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    Ha Giang_Buckwheat flower season

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    Flooding season in Mekong Delta

    With a vast network of waterways, orchards and seafood, the Mekong Delta piques foreign tourists’ interest throughout the year, but it really comes into its own during the flooding season which peaks in October.

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    Flooding season in Mekong Delta

    Unlike flooding in central Vietnam, which often results in death and economic loss, the flooding season in the Mekong Delta is seen as a gift from nature that brings tons

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    Flooding season in Mekong Delta

    It’s best to take a boat ride through the Tra Su cajuput forest along canals covered with green water-ferns in Tinh Bien District, around 26 kilometers (16 miles) from Chau Doc, the capital of An Giang.

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    Flooding season in Mekong Delta

    Tra Su is home to 140 plant species and more than 120 species of water birds, bats, reptiles, animals, and fish, many of them rare and endangered and a few even listed in the Red Book.

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    Flower kingdom in Moc Chau

    Moc Chau, a mountainous plateau in the northern highland province of Son La around 200 kilometers to the west of Hanoi, has escaped the tourism boom and seems less popular than neighbors like Ha Giang and Sa Pa. Truly Moc Chau turns into a multicolored flower kingdom at this time of the year, giving tourists a reason to leave work behind and ride their motorbikes up the northern plateau.

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    Flower kingdom in Moc Chau

    The fields of yellow cabbage flowers, the greenery of the vast tea plantations and white plum flowers all blossom in the glistening sunlight as a sign to welcome tourists to the remote plateau characterized by a year-round cool climate and chilly fog.

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