Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers

These days, hills and mountain flanks in Sin Suoi Ho village, Phong Tho district, the Northern Lai Chau province is dyed in the yellow hue of blooming Hoa Da quy (Mexican sunflower).

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Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
Mexican sunflower is a typical kind of flower in Phong Tho, Nhan Dan Newspaper reported. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
The majestic mountains and forests combining with the ravishing Mexican sunflowers create picturesque scenery attracting a large number of avid travelers and photography enthusiasts. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
The weather in Phong Tho is sunny which is so favorable for Mexican sunflowers to grow. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
Phong Tho looks more spellbinding as Mexican sunflowers burst into full bloom. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
Everywhere is blanketed by yellow. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
Besides admiring the beauty of Mexican sunflowers, tourists will also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the traditional dance of ethnic minorities. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
A fair market sells a variety of specialties in the upland region. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
The terraced rice fields are adorned by wild sunflowers. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
Children in Sin Suoi Ho. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
A rustic house is quietly nestled on a road covered by Mexican sunflowers. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
A hill slope is filled with Mexican sunflowers. Photo: Nhan Dan
Sin Suoi Ho village dyed in yellow with Mexican sunflowers
An ethnic woman walks on a road covered by Mexican sunflowers on two sides. Photo: Nhan Dan