Be amazed by the incredibly beautiful fields on cliffs created by human hands
Mu Cang Chai is a western highland district of VietNam, 180km from Yen Bai city center, more than 300km northwest of Hanoi capital. This land is located at the foot of the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, at an altitude of over 2,000m above sea level. Coming to Mu Cang Chai, visitors can take Highway 32 in two directions. If from Hanoi, you will go to Yen Bai, from Yen Bai to Muong Lo 70km, sleep here so that you can drive from Muong Lo early tomorrow morning, and in the afternoon you will arrive at Mu Cang Chai. This section is nearly 100km long, but more than 80km is a steep mountain pass that continuously advances. Once it reaches an altitude of 1,750m, covered with mist and clouds, it will soon reach Mu Cang Chai town. In the middle of the pass, there is a flat land, stop here to enjoy the fragrant Tu Le sticky rice that is famous throughout the region. In the second direction, tourists go all the way to Noi Bai – Lao Cai highway, go to Sa Pa and pass O Quy Ho pass, then go through Tan Uyen and Than Uyen of Lai Chau to reach Mu Cang Chai, VietNam.