Sunflowers are grown in fields along the Ho Chi Minh Trail that passes Nghia Son commune, Nghia Dan district.
There is a wide valley in the middle of the field and numerous 1m-wide pathways dividing the field into small rectangular areas.
Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Since late November, when the first flowers blossomed, the field has been overrun with youngsters enjoying
the beauty of the biggest sunflower field in Vietnam. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Sunflowers are grown to supply food for the animals on the farm, but in order to please visitors, flowers are carefully
grown and formed into beautiful rows. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Taking a selfie shoot. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Visitors can rent a step ladder from nearby households to have a better view and provide a more convenient position
for photographing. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Many young people from cities travel a long way to take pictures with sunflowers. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
Honey bees are attracted to the field. Photo: Tri Duc
A unique image with sunflowers created by young people. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
A Reuters reporter was filming the field. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP
The biggest sunflower field in Viet Nam welcomes thousands of visitors each year. Photo: Tran Hieu/VNP