As the first rays of the sun cast their light on the tea gardens, the landscape shines in hues that are a painter`s delight.
Since this is a privately owned garden, travelers can only stand by the O Quy Ho mountain pass to observe the beauty.
The cherry trees sets this tea estate apart from others in Moc Chau in the north and Da Lat in central Vietnam.
From a distance the tea garden looks as if it came out of a fairy tale with the morning mist accentuating its enchantment
Sunshine bathes a lane along the tea hills in gold.
A farmer on her tea field.
The O Quy Ho mountain pass, 50 kilometers long, connects Lai Chau and Lao Cai provinces. The mountain pass is named after the legend of the Love Waterfall, the rendezvous for a fairy and a woodcutter named O Quy Ho.
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