Panicum virgatum season in Binh Lieu

QUANG NINH – In November, Binh Lieu is a destination that attracts a lot of tourists by the grasslands along the way to the landmark.

Photographer Lekima Hung (Hanoi) came to Binh Lieu in early November. This mountainous border district of Quang Ninh province is his familiar destination every October and November because this is the blooming season of Panicum virgatum.

In recent years, Binh Lieu has had a convenient road because there is a highway from Hanoi to Van Don (about 200 km), the rest of the few tens of kilometers is the way up to the small landmarks and winding uphill, but it is not difficult to go. because it’s a concrete road.

The road to the 1305 landmark is the “dinosaur spine” about 2 km long. As for the way up to the 1297 milestone, it is a paradise in Binh Lieu, both going and going about 1.5 km, relatively easy to go. However, currently visitors can only climb close to the landmark.

According to Mr. Hung, in order to take beautiful pictures, you should wait for early morning or late afternoon when the sun is soft, projecting oblique and backlit. At the same time, if there is a dark background, the background of mountains, curved roads or blue sky will enhance the beauty.

In addition, you should also refer to the poses for lively poses, add accessories in your hand, neckwear… for more confidence.

Binh Lieu has many delicious dishes, unique and imbued with indigenous culture such as stream fish, black chicken, cake, coco mo cake, vermicelli, pork noodle soup… However, accommodation in Binh Lieu has not yet been available. many and many places far apart. If you go on the weekend, you should book early because rooms are often sold out. The price is about 50,000 VND or more for a night in the form of dormitories, or affordable motels cost about 200,000-400,000 VND a night.

Binh Lieu’s climate is slightly different from the whole of Quang Ninh province, also known as “miniature Sapa”. In winter, it can even get icy.

The Panicum virgatum season in Binh Lieu will end at the end of November, making way for flowers in December.

Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)