Longji Rice Terraces In December – Visiting Longji Terraces In December + What to do!
What to expect at the Longji Rice Terraces In December?
Longji Rice Terraces is composed of the Longji Zhuang Rice Terraces, Ping’an Zhuang Rice Terraces and Jinkeng Rice Terraces. In December, some of the rice terraces in Longji Zhuang Rice Terraces and Ping’an Zhuang Rice Terraces could be filled with water. Rice terraces in front of the Viewpoint of Nine Dragons and Five Tigers are always filled with water. When it is sunny, water sparkles, making the views more amazing. Trees beside the rice terraces on the mountain are ever green around the year. They let the views cover with more vitality in December. Khaki rice terraces in the distance in the sun are a feast for eyes as well.
It is cold in the Longji Rice Terraces in December. It rains a little more in December than that in November. Most of the rice terraces are bare without any plants in December just like in November.
Though, the views there could also be amazing as the rice terraces look like stairs from the foot to the top of the mountain. It might rain for 7 – 10 days in December. Therefore, the rice terraces could be sometimes hidden in fog in this month. When it rains, it could be much colder than it is fine in Longji.
It is recommended that you wear enough warm clothes to prevent the coldness. There are fewer tourists in Longji in December. The number of the tourists could be the smallest compared to that in the other months around the year. If you don’t mind the coldness but enjoy a quiet environment, you could explore Longji in December.
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