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Experience the Enchanting Floral Beauty of Ha Giang

In Ha Giang, myriad hues of spring flowers burst into full bloom, creating a vibrant landscape dubbed the "most beautiful season of the year."



January witnesses the flourishing of plum, peach, and rice flowers across the districts of Ha Giang. Currently, these blossoms have been blooming splendidly for about a week, attracting numerous tourists and photographers alike.

Captured here is the blossoming plum flowers at the foot of the Lung Cu flagpole.


Giang Trinh, a photographer from Hanoi, visited Ha Giang in the last week of February. Having visited multiple times during different seasons, Giang shares that this is the most beautiful time of the year in Ha Giang.


Giang's destinations included Lung Cu, Sung La (pictured), Lao Xa, and Lo Lo Chai. Everywhere he went, plum and peach blossoms adorned the landscape, creating a scene of great romance.


The weather during Giang's visit to Ha Giang was quite favorable for tourism, with sunny skies and temperatures reaching nearly 20 degrees Celsius. He mentions that the flowers will continue to bloom beautifully for about another week.


The peach blossoms in Ha Giang are five-petaled, pale pink flowers, whose beauty becomes apparent upon closer inspection.


Peach and plum blossoms are often interspersed in the gardens of local households and along the roadside. Initially planted by locals entirely naturally, without the intention of serving tourists, these flowers add to the charm of the region.

The vibrant plum blossoms against the golden walls of the distinctive village walls in Lo Lo Chai near the northernmost point are particularly striking. This spot has also been a tourist attraction over the past year.


While delicate, the white plum blossoms usually grow in clusters, making for beautiful photography, as Giang notes.

Aside from plum and peach blossoms, the red rice flowers are also beginning to bloom along the banks of the Nho Que River. Giang describes them as "exquisite." The rice flowers along the Nho Que River grow in clusters along the slopes, creating undulating waves of red flowers, a sight to behold from any angle.


A rice flower tree in full bloom beside the Nho Que River. Tourists cruising along the river can admire the vibrant red rice flowers along the banks.


According to the Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Ha Giang Province, during the Tet holiday, tourist arrivals increased by over 80% compared to the same period last year. Even after the peak holiday season, tourists continue to flock to the region in large numbers.

Source 24h


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