The entirety of the route connecting the four districts of Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, and Meo Vac in Ha Giang province is coated with lovely blooming flowers.
When To Day flowers (Prunus cerasoides), or wild peach flowers, appear to bloom it marks the start of spring in the northwest highland region. The flowers are closely associated with spring in the northwest highlands inhabited by various ethnic groups, including the Mong in Dien Bien province.
Each flower boasts five pink petals like peach blossoms, although when they bloom, they form clusters with thick, long, and red pistils.
Every year in spring, the mountains of Mu Cang Chai district in the northern mountain province of Yen Bai are turned bright pink by the wild peach blossoms. The breathtaking blossoms found on the high peaks give the entire area a fairy-tale appearance.
The woody plant grows wild in the communes of La Pan Tan, Lao Chai, Nam Khat, and Pung Luong in Mu Cang Chai district of Yen Bai province, attracting thousands of visitors in spring.
After the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet, tourists flock to the northern mountainous province of Son La to bask in the beauty of the northern region’s plum blossoms. During this time, the mountainsides are blanketed in a pure white hue, offering breathtaking landscapes for visitors to enjoy.
The best places to enjoy plum blossoms are in the valleys Na Ka and Mu Nau in Pa Phach hamlet and the Ang Village’s pine forest in Son La province.
During the opening months of the year, the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai is widely covered with a white coat of blooming plum flowers which attracts a large number of visitors to the region.
Plum flowers blossoms can be found on the Bac Ha Plateau of Bac Ha district in Lao Cai province. When the weather starts to get warmer, millions of small white plum flowers begin to bloom, showing off their poetic beauty amidst the vast nature.