Best way to admire the green rice fields in Laos | Adventure Laos

Best way to admire the green rice fields in Laos

Dotted throughout the fields are many rice field huts
As more and more people begin to realize the immense beauty of Laos’ rice fields during the wet season as well as its more enjoyable wet season, much less hot and wet than other destinations in Southeast Asia, visiting this country for the best scenery of the year is now becoming an increasingly favorite activity. Why don’t you get here now to explore the beauty of Laos! Travel to Laos with: Travel Laos and Indochina

Dotted throughout the fields are many rice field huts

Dotted throughout the fields are many rice field huts- source: internet

Some only like to watch while other are excited about understanding, trying, taking part in and enjoying the farming activities like a real farmer. Just choose the way attracting you most! Cycling about 20kms to the suburban of Vientiane capital city on these dirt roads through vast paddy fields is not a bad idea to get escape from all stress, immerse in beautiful nature and have these impressive green landscapes for yourself.  In addition, you can join hands in some of the activities to experience the life of a farmer. If you only want to relaxingly take in this green picture and take some great photos, just view it all from the comfort of a balcony of a traditional Lao rice house surrounded by luxurious rice terraces. Laos travel tours packages

Cycling is one of the best ways to admire green fields

Cycling is one of the best ways to admire green fields- source: internet

During the time green crop from June to July, it creates a full green paddy field and forest surround, it looks like a green carpet stretches from the foot to the heaven line. I am sure that you will not have chance to see this scene at anywhere else. Embankments surrounding these terraces look like threads softly lined by the painter.
As usual in April and May when the local people water their fields at full to prepare for a new crop, the surface of terraced fields shines like a mirror reflecting the contrast of the reddish brown of soil, the deep blue of the sky high above and the green of surrounding forests.

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