The salt flats in Vietnam, So Beautiful
It’s not too much to say Vietnam has an endless beauty. If you used to admire the scenes of yellow rice fields or deep blue seas, you would be inspired with the specialty of coastal regions in Vietnam. The landscape of Vietnamese salt flats is such a wonder.
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From December this year to May next year, most fishing villages in Vietnam are busy of making salt for extra income. Along the coastline from the North to the South, you can see numerous salt flats in many places of Vietnam.
It is Sa Huynh salt flat in Quang Ngai – the place of many ancient culture traces.
Each salt flat is an insert of beautiful Vietnamese picture. Maybe only people who used to come to these flats can feel their rustic, artless but attractive beauty completely.
From these pictures, you might feel the tough life of salt farmers in Vietnam. A day of them starts from very early morning.
Many parties of farmer with conical hats and rakes head to the seashore. When the sun comes down, they go back to the gathering place with heavy burdens of salt on their shoulders.
If you have never witnessed the progress of making sea salt, you could not understand how strenuous it is.
They have to work tirelessly under blazing sun through hottest months of the year.
Looking at them, I can truly feel their intense vitality and rising spirit.
Thanks to Vietnamese salt farmers, the sea salt is created and becomes an indispensable thing of human life. If you have a chance to come to Vietnam, take time to enjoy the beauty of these salt flats.