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Green rice fields – exceptional scenery to remember in Laos

Laos’ green fields - exceptional scenery to remember
In spite of not being typical like the terraced fields in Sapa in the Northern Vietnam, those in Laos still have their own charms. Do you want to feast your own eyes with all these beautiful green rice paddies in this land of a million elephants and jump into the fields? Why don’t you hesitate to have a go? Let’s travel Laos with: Tours Laos and Indochina
When is the best time to visit green rice fields in Laos?

Green rice field in Laos

Green rice field in Laos- source: internet

During the green season in Laos – Laos’ wet season, from May to September, the whole country’s landscapes are covered by the lovely green created by the wetter weather. In the hot weather across the country and the particular humidity in the Southern Laos, you will have a chance to immerse in the everlasting green rice fields. Expect clear skies at times since the rain will not last all day long making it such a good time to visit this beautiful country. It is likely that there is nothing to beat an afternoon admiring these picturesque sceneries of rice flatter flood plains, a colorful rainbow and a bright blue sky after a heavy rain in cooler, fresher and cleaner air. Tours in Laos

Not only representing the rice planting season in Laos, May and June also are the best time to see the vibrant greens as well as mark the beginning of the most beautiful time in a year in this country.

The beauty of green rice fields in Laos in rainy season

Laos’ green fields - exceptional scenery to remember

Laos’ green fields – exceptional scenery to remember- source: internet

In spite of not being typical like the terraced fields in Sapa in the Northern Vietnam, those in Laos still have their own charms. Sticky rice, the staple grain consumed in Laos is grown on these fields. Traditionally, Laotians think that you cannot be healthy and strong and will never be full if not eating sticky rice. Therefore, these rice fields not only are infinitely picturesque but also provide local people with enough food throughout the year – the livelihood for the entire nation.

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