The river of Quay Son starts its journey in Vietnam at Ngoc Con commune, running through spectacular mountains and forests, bring fertile alluvial soil to the small delta lying on its 2 sides, growing magic harvests to Trung Khanh distric, Cao Bang province in the Northwest area of Vietnam.
Every year in the middle of August, when the rice no longer grows towards the sun but bends downward because the weight of its grains, it’s the time the paddy fields turn their color from green to light yellow and finally dark yellow, quietly telling farmers that the harvest time comes.
The spectacular scene of the fields on Quay Son rivers has charmed countless of people and it’s how hundreds of stunning photos capturing the magic scene of the place appears.
When the rice is still green, the entire place look lovely with pleasant green shining in the sun, quiet and peaceful as a land of forgetting.
In harvest time, the place turns dark yellow looking like a funny fairy land, the bright yellow of ripe rice and sunshine make the fields and the river sparkle as a giant diamond lying quietly between the sky and the earth of the Northwest. At the foot of moutains, there lies some roofs of Tay ethnic group, as small as the home of tiny people in the fairy tales.
Some miles away, there’s the famous Ban Gioc waterfalls where the flow of Quay Son river falls down, where visitors can find one of the most stunning waterfalls in the world. If you’re here reading this page, remember to note down the place in your travel list, you’ll never regret.
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