Moc Chau Plateau in northwestern Son La province is endowed by nature with a temperate climate that produces diverse kinds of flowers all year round. From November to March in particular, flowers are blooming, showing their unique beauty that makes the plateau become an attractive destination for tourists, photographers and nature lovers.
For the Mong people in Moc Chau District, Son La province, the plum tree is a gift endowed by nature because this variety of tree grows very well on soil in the highlands and does not need to be tended carefully. Moreover, it brings high economic value.
Son Moc Huong Cave is often referred to as Moc Chau Bat’s Cave. In fact, the second name might be even more popular among the foreign tourists. This is a piece of arts, a nation treasure given to land of Moc Chau by nature.