Moc Chau- The dreamy plateau

Moc Chau Plateau is a cool-weather destination with tea hills and ethnic villages. It is located at a height of 1000 meters above sea level, delights tourists with an average temperature of 20 degrees Celsius even in the midst of summer heat. Furthermore, it is the ideal destination for people who wants to escape from the hustle and bustle in Hanoi. Focus Asia Travel will share with you all the experiences in Moc Chau which allow you to enjoy the land’s natural beauty as well as its cultural charms.

Things to do

Moc Chau Plateau is the perfect location for tea cultivation, animal husbandry, and other agriculture due to its ideal conditions. Moc Chau Tea Hills, in particular, have become a popular tourist destination in the area.
It’s a well-known fact that Moc Chau Pleateau is home to some of Vietnam’s best green and black tea. With nearly 3000 hectares of tea gardens, planting tea has become a big deal here. Moc Chau Tea Hills are about 15 kilometers from Moc Chau Farm and will quickly attract your interest with their green rows of tea trees running hill after hill. The entire landscape becomes even more vivid as the sun shines down on the hills, so visiting these tea hills in the summer for a perfect photoshoot will be a fantastic experience.

1. Soak up the culture in Hua Tat Village

Hua Tat Village is a delightful tiny H’mong neighborhood in Moc Chau, blessed with lush, stunning scenery, authentic local history, and a poetic trekking route into the surrounding pine forest.

2. Admire the romantic beauty of Dai Yem Waterfall

Dai Yem Waterfall or Pink Blouse Waterfall has a poetic connotation behind its story of a young girl who used her pink blouse (a traditional brassiere of Vietnamese women) to save her lover in a flood.

3. The plum paradise at Na Ka Valley

Every spring, the whole 100 hectares of plum trees in Na Ka valley, located 20km away from Moc Chau town, turn into a paradise of blooming plum flowers was white as clouds. If you’re seeking the chance to take some of the most dreamy Vietnam landscape pictures, go there in January and February. Another time to visit Na Ka valley is in May – when the plums are just ripe for harvesting. A plum festival is also held during this time to attract tourists to this plateau.

 

 

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