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Weekend camping on Bui Hui green steppe

Translated by Bing
Bui Hui steppe has green grasses, stretching out to the eye, making it an ideal place for camping, cloud hunting, watching sunsets and sunrises.

Located at an altitude of about 628 m above sea level, Bui Hui steppe in Ba Trang commune, Ba To district, is one of the most beautiful steppes in Quang Ngai. In addition to the sprawling green meadows, the steppe also has sim hills of about 20 hectares, decades-old guava hills and mountains stretching out to the eye.


A large area of grassy hills devoid of trees. The edge of the prairie has a few tall shrub ridges just slightly above the head of a person. Below the grassy hills are the terraced fields of the Hrê people.


With its vast nature, this is a camping site chosen by many families on weekends.


From the center of Quang Ngai City, drive a distance of about 60 km to reach Ba To district. Then move more than 10 km of mountain passes to reach Bui Hui steppe.


Although the road has been poured with concrete, because it is a hilly road, there are bends and winds, visitors should pay attention to observe. The road to the steppe is a dirt but flat road, suitable for both motorcycles, low-roar and high-roar cars.


Arriving in Bui Hui in early autumn, the whole patch of green hills colored with young grass, followed by green hills, interwoven in the middle of the valley are villages.


With beautiful natural scenery, cool and fresh climate, Bui Hui steppe is a favorite destination of many tourists. Located on high, this place also becomes a place for cloud hunting, camping, watching the sunset and sunrise of young backpackers.


On days when the weather is favorable, the sky is blue, the sea of white clouds appears halfway through the mountains and hills in the distance. Not as majestic as Ta Xua, Ha Giang, the sea of clouds in Bui Hui steppe has a more poetic and gentle beauty.


In Bui Hui steppe, there are not many activities and tourism services, so this place still retains its pristine beauty. If you want to camp, rest overnight, visitors can actively prepare their own belongings or rent tents, book rooms from some surrounding accommodation facilities.


Everyone should choose a campsite, light a fire that does not affect the landscape and be careful to clean up before leaving. Visitors can combine cultural and culinary exploration of the Hrê ethnic community living in Ba To district such as the performance art of gong ba which has been recognized as a National Intangible Cultural Heritage, enjoy Tra River gobies with pepper stock, ram barbecue, fish cake noodles, snails, battered rice papers, Tinh Khe pancakes.


Each season, Bui Hui steppe has its own beauty. The 3rd lunar month is the time when decades-old guava hills ripen, fruits as big as thumbtips, attracting birds to eat fruit.


Around May and June, the purple color of thousands of sim flowers blooms spreading over an area of more than 20 hectares. This is considered the most beautiful and poetic time of Bui Hui steppe.


According to VnE

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