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6 Most Attractive Flower Seasons in Vietnam

ABROADER November 18, 2022 5 minute read

No matter what time you visit Vietnam, you’re sure to find beautiful flowers in bloom. Check out our guide to enjoy all these flower seasons!

If Japan has a romantic cherry blossom season that can charm anyone who visits the country at the right time, Vietnam has tons of them, in different locations of the country. If you are a blossom lover, you will surely want to plan a tour around Vietnam at these times of the year to enjoy the beauty of these unique flowers. Now let’s check out our list of the 6 most attractive flower seasons in Vietnam. And make a plan to go hunt for the best pictures, shall we?

Lotus flowers (Hoa sen) in Đồng Tháp Province

Lotus is Vietnam’s national flower and also a signature flower of this pretty province located in the Mekong Delta region. In Northern Vietnam, lotus flowers only bloom in summer. However, as if nurtured by the rich sediments from the delta, lotus flowers in Dong Thap bloom year-round. Lotus flower ponds are plenty in Dong Thap. The best time to see them is from August to November every year. It’s when local produce is abundant and the scenery also becomes more lively and beautiful. There are tours where you can be on a boat (or ride a boat yourself) while going fishing and collecting flowers and seeds with locals to cook delicious and unique delicacies. Sure that you can only find these things in Dong Thap province.

Elegant Lotus (Cre: Toquoc News)

Milkwood Pine Flower (Hoa sữa), Hà Nội

Hanoi is a city of romance where every season has a different type of flower. However, the milkwood pine flower (hoa sữa) is one special flower typical of Ha Noi’s autumn that appears in many poetry and literature works as possessing a smell of love and reminiscence. Milkwood pine flowers are not only loved because of their pure color, but they are also famous for their unforgettable aroma. Therefore, the best time to visit Ha Noi is in September or October. As you can see tiny blooms starting to appear on every corner of Hanoi’s streets.

Pure milkwood pine flower (Cre: Truong Be)

Wild sunflowers (Hoa dã quỳ), Đà Lạt

Dalat is the city of flowers, thanks to the moderate cool weather here, especially a wide diversity of flowers thrive in Dalat. Although, every October, visitors eagerly plan their trip here for a very simple yet eye-catching blossom, the wild sunflowers. Comes the season, the flowers are abundant on the two sides of the streets, yearning for the sun and spreading their leaves in a welcoming manner. Although the wild sunflowers are not as eye-catching as sunflowers, the myriad of the kind in Dalat makes the city streets look like they are in a yellow carpet. Therefore, a quick bike ride around the city to see these amazing flowers is recommended.

The color of wild sunflowers brightens up a road in Dalat. (Cre: Zingnews)

Buckwheat flowers (Hoa tam giác mạch), Hà Giang

A flower season all young people look forward to is the buckwheat flower. It is a beautiful light purple flower from an important crop in Ha Giang. The beautiful weather and the endless fields of this amazing color of flowers make for a very romantic and comforting setting for anyone who loves nature. The buckwheat flower season is from the end of October to the beginning of November. Buckwheat is a plant that local people in Ha Giang plant to harvest wheat for making cakes, their flowers, on the other hand, are a masterpiece and one of the reasons for a visit to Ha Giang.

Up close to the most beautiful flower in Ha Giang. (Cre: Baodientu)

Peach blossom (Hoa đào), Sa Pa

Peach blossoms appear at the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It’s when the cold winds went away and the sun starts to shine through. The irresistible beauty of delicate peach flower blooming in Sapa’s cold mountain weather has pushed many adventurers to come to this area for a hike comes the season. And if you’re really lucky, from December to February when the peach flowers bloom, it might even be snowing.

Moving beauty of peach blossom (Cre: Baolaodong)

Flamboyant flower (Hoa phượng), Hải Phòng.

In Vietnam, flamboyant flowers are loved and closely connected to the memories of many school students because they start blooming at the beginning of summer (the time of no school and lots of fun!). In Hai Phong particularly, there are thousands of dragon flower trees planted on the two sides of the city’s streets making Hai Phong one of the most colorful cities in summer.

Dynamic summer color (Cre: Kinhtedothi)

Every season, flowers bloom all around everywhere, making it so nice to wander and explore. Interesting about nature and life in Vietnam? Follow us to Vietnam!

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