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The terraced rice fields of Lao Chai commune in Mu Cang Chai district are an impressive site for tourists. (Photo: Chanwit Whanse / 500px.com)

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An ethnic H’Mong mother and daughter begin their work in the fields early in the morning. (Photo: Sirisak Baokaew / 500px.com)

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A small house situated amid the area’s terraced fields. (Photo: Sasin Tipchai / 500px.com)

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The vivid colours of the terraced fields are snapped by a foreign photographer. (Photo: Sasin Tipchai / 500px.com)

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Mu Cang Chai district as seen at sunset. (Photo: Nutkamol Komolvanich / 500px.com)

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Local people are kept busy with work during the harvest season. (Photo: Nutthavood Punpeng / 500px.com)

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A view of green fields sloping down a hill (Photo: Bill Vorasate / 500px.com)

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Mountainous areas as seen as dawn breaks. (Photo: Chanwit Whanset / 500px.com)

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Mu Cang Chai district is home to beautiful terraced fields. (Photo: Nutthavood Punpeng / 500px.com)

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Mist begins to cover the mountainous area early in the morning. (Photo: Chanwit Whanset / 500px.com)

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Local rice paddies have become popular check-in destinations for visitors to the area. (Photo: Dale Johnson / 500px.com)

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The colours of the rice fields transform from emerald green in late spring and summer to golden yellow moving into October when the rice starts to ripen. (Photo: Jarmila / 500px.com)

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The terraced rice fields appear at their most beautiful during the months of April and May, as well as in September and October, each year. (Photo: Sutipond Somnam / 500px.com)

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