“The rice terraces set amid the swirling clouds around the Vietnamese hill station of Sapa are truly eye watering.
The cascading green steps wind down the mountain slopes from the cloud line to the valley floor.
Their verdant contours smoothly flow along the Muong Hoa Valley into the distance. There is no place quite like it.
Conquered by the French in the late 1880s, the colonialists built a permanent settlement at lofty Sapa in 1909.”
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