Upon misty hillsides, the bucolic beauty of Vietnamese villages

By Ngoc Thanh   November 5, 2016 | 02:18 pm GMT+7

Chilly fog, blooming gardens and forests, all make Moc Chau Plateau more poetic during this time of year.

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The hills in Son La Province, more than 200 kilometers to the west of Hanoi, are very popular among tourists.

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White plum flowers at a mountain foot.

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A mustard garden along a highway. Locals plant a lot of mustards mostly to feed their cattle.

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Young men ride horses along mustard gardens in a village of the Thai ethnic group.

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Locals bring vegetables home on a flowery path.

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Boys play spinning top, a popular game among the H'Mong community.

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A woman makes a skirt for the upcoming Lunar New Year festival.

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Some corners in the highland are filled with flowers.

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A mossy branch dotted with white blossoms.

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Many tourists visit the highland for the great photo shots.

Photos by VnExpress/Ngoc Thanh

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