Introduction to Long Luong village
Long Luong village is probably a destination that any tourist wants to visit once. This is a beautiful village and is famous for its beautiful fairy-like peach blossom season every spring. Long Luong is located in Van Ho district, Son La province. Roads in the Northwest provinces are characterized by many winding roads to challenge visitors and arouse the curiosity of travel enthusiasts. The deeper you go into Van Ho territory to return to Long Luong, the more you feel the idyllic and rustic beauty of this village. If someone asks what is in Long Luong village that tourists love so much? Perhaps the answer is the beautiful flower seasons in spring and winter.
In Long Luong village, there are many ethnic Mong people living in simple and rustic houses. Their lives are quiet day by day, not in a hurry, not as busy as in big cities. Crossing the rows of houses in the village, you will encounter the image of beautiful small houses, hidden among plum gardens and green gardens.
In the early morning wandering in the village, you can pick up Hmong women carrying baskets to the field. The Mong people are very recognizable with their colorful dresses. Although life in the highlands is somewhat difficult, they always shine with joy and optimism.
It is easy to see the genuine daily life of the people in Long Luong village like the image of a man carrying firewood with his back. Women sit embroidering clothes under the cool green plum trees. The girls are smiling and talking in traditional costumes of many colors and unique patterns. In the distance, there are girls and boys who are helping their parents or playing, their eyes are clear and their smiles are bright.
Lóng Luông, Vân H?, S?n La, Vietnam