GIA LAI – Located about 40 km from Pleiku city, terraced fields in Dun commune, Chu Se district are said to be as beautiful as the fields in the Northwest.
The rice field in Dun commune, Chu Se district has an area of about 40 hectares, reclaimed by the Jrai and Ba Na people, the land around the hillside to cultivate and produce wet rice twice a year. The rice plants grow well thanks to the irrigation water that comes from the nearby Ayun Ha Irrigation Lake and the springs on the hillside. The rice layers here are not too different in height due to the gentle terrain.
From August to early September, the terraced fields here put on the green coat of young rice paddies. The green color spreading along the hillsides mixed with the pure white of the wildflowers creates an impressive natural scenery, attracting tourists to visit, enjoy the beautiful scenery and take pictures.
Mr. Nguyen Tan Can, born in 1991 from Gia Lai, who likes beautiful scenery and nature photography, has just had the opportunity to visit the terraced fields in Dun commune, saying that he is very impressed with the cool weather and the landscape that makes people happy. Think of the Northwest land, which is known as the paradise of terraced fields.
“I’ve taken many photos here and really like this place. After the heavy rains, the edges of the fields sprouted innumerable white flower clusters, making the scenery more beautiful,” said Mr. Kan. sharing the way to the terraced fields in Dun commune is easy to travel, cars can come to the place.
In addition to Dun commune, Chu Se district, there are also terraced fields in H’Bong and la Pal communes that are equally beautiful, if you want to see the golden rice, you can come in October. Besides, the district also has famous places such as Phu Cuong waterfall, Ayun Ha lake and Nhon Hoa elephant village. Follow vnexpress