Hon Khoi is located in Ninh Hoa town, Khanh Hoa province, about 45 km from Nha Trang city. With an area of about 400 hectares, this is considered one of the largest salt fields in Vietnam. The busy working atmosphere of salt people (salt workers) here begins at dawn and ends in the sunset. Photo: Kelvin.
From early morning, sea water is led into the fields, in the hot sun, salt farmers rake into small mounds to dry. When sunset falls, they carry salt and take it to the processing facility. Photo: Kelvin .
Salt making depends a lot on the weather, the more sunny it is, the more salt can be harvested. If it rains suddenly when the salt is not enough to scrape, the harvest that day will be considered as lost. Photo: Phong Nguyen.
The salt season lasts from around April to July. Especially April and June, when the winds blow, the sun becomes fierce, which is the most favorable time to produce large, bold white salt grains. taste. Photo: Kelvin .
The image of a salamander head wearing a conical hat, carrying a basket of pure white mosquitoes shining in the salt field, the water surface like a mirror reflecting the blue sky is a beautiful image of people blending with nature.
Salt fields are like a giant mirror, reflecting the image of clouds and sky. Photo: Phong Nguyen
Under the sunrise or when the afternoon sun is fading, the salt fields are as beautiful as a picture, both peaceful and rustic. To take beautiful pictures, visitors can go to Hon Khoi in the early morning and admire the busy scene of salt people working in the dawn. Photo: Kelvin. Follow vnexpress