Fluffy white clouds over Khau Pha Pass

  •  Thursday, November 18, 2021

YBO - Khau Pha Pass in Mu Cang Chai district, the northern mountainous province of Yen Bai, is an attractive destination. The pass stuns travelers with its beautiful and poetic scenery, where high mountains stand on one side and the other side is a deep valley covered with fluffy white clouds around the year.

Clouds shrouding the Khau Pha pass present a picturesque fairy-tale scene
Clouds shrouding the Khau Pha pass present a picturesque fairy-tale scene



Zigzag National Highway No.32 covered with humid cloud.



A sea of fluffy cloud over the Mong ethnic village.



The Mong ethnic peogle at the terraced rice fiel in Lim Mong village, Cao Pha commune.



An isolated home along Khau Pha Pass.

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