Thung Cuong Moc Chau village is a small village among the deep green mountains of the Northwest. If you have the opportunity to stop by Thung Cuong during your trip, you will encounter the charming beauty here through the colorful flower seasons. It is the golden color of wild sunflowers, the gentle, pure white of ban and plum flowers. It could also be the red color of azaleas. Or it can also be a light white shimmer in the sunlight of the field of rape flowers. Regardless of the flower season, it will save you beautiful and memorable photos.
Where is Thung Cuong Moc Chau village
Thung Cuong village (also known as Thong Cuong) is a small village between Dong Sang and Xuan Nha communes of Moc Chau. This place is the residence of the Mong ethnic people.
To move to Moc Chau, you can go yourself by car or motorbike. More simply, you can book a tour of Moc Chau (remember to choose a time with a location to go to Thung Cuong village). After arriving at Nong Truong Moc Chau town, you will need to go to GG Map and travel by motorbike about 3km to reach the village. The road to the city is quite steep and narrow, so only motorbikes can move quickly. However, the two sides of the road are lovely with many different types of forest flowers. So on the way, young people often linger to take pictures and have gorgeous check-in photos.
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Discover the wild beauty of the village
The road to Thung Cuong Moc Chau village is a dirt road with two sides are fields of ecstatic white canola flowers. The pure white color that covers the two sides of the road under the gentle sunlight becomes sparkling like glowing. Surely you will not be able to help but stop in the middle of the road, silently admiring the rich and poetic beauty that the scenery here brings. The honey-brown winding highway is lost in the valley of white canola flowers. What a beautiful picture for any visitor! This valley is also a favorite place for young people to take photographs of check-in.
Sometimes in our travels, we need to capture those moments of admiration and excitement. That’s enough for a light trip. These peaceful, relaxing, and poetic moments are great medicine to soothe the soul, especially those who are too tired of the city’s hustle, bustle, and stuffiness.
That’s Thung Cuong. Not noisy, not too colorful. This place only has charming nature but makes visitors always feel comfortable and loved. In addition, you can also visit Pa Phach village, which also possesses a peaceful beauty with such vast flower fields.
The life of the Hmong ethnic people here is very idyllic, rustic, and attached to nature. The beautiful tiny houses on stilts with wood stoves and the innocent and joyful children’s playing are something you can quickly see when visiting the village. People here live on hills and forests. They are almost all self-sufficient and very good at knitting, weaving, making jewelry. Their traditional costumes are all made by themselves. Dresses with colorful colors and many motifs are typical in the costumes of the Mong people.
Although the economy here is still under-developed, the joy has never stopped on their faces, especially with the kids here. Even if their clothes are old, they are still delighted even if they don’t have enough shoes on cold days. The laughter and innocent play of children will sometimes make long-distance travelers feel warm and forget about fatigue immediately.
Enjoy unique cuisine at Thung Cuong Moc Chau village
Thung Cuong Moc Chau village is famous for dishes such as thang co, lam rice, stream fish, cabbage, Nam pia, and veal. These are typical dishes of the Northwest mountains. In addition, Moc Chau is also famous for its cat apple or buffalo meat in the kitchen. Each dish has its unique flavor associated with the cuisine here.
Thang Co is made from horse meat. After cleaning the meat, the Mong people will cut it into small pieces and marinate them with spices to make the meat-rich. Next, they cook the bones and horse organs to make the broth sweet. The most remarkable thing is about this broth. They use 12 special spices in the Northwest, such as cardamom, cinnamon, etc., to give Thang Co an attractive aroma and particular delicious taste. Then the meat will be simmered and marinated with spices. This one is a famous dish of the Mong people. It is a specialty that tourists love very much.
Another dish that tourists love and often buy as a gift after each trip is buffalo meat. The kitchen buffalo meat is made entirely from fresh beef tenderloin and corn. The Hmong keep the meat on the stove until the smoke of the woodstove cooks it. This dish has an extraordinary taste. Chopped and squeezed a little lemon is highly suitable for drinking parties. Having fun sometimes runs out of plates. Therefore, this specialty dish is highly famous in every visit to Thung Cuong Moc Chau village.
Leaving the dusty city behind, leaving behind the pressures of life, come to Thung Cuong Village to find peaceful moments from the soul, immerse yourself in unspoiled nature, discover the simple beauty of life here.