Longji Rice Terraces In January – Visiting Longji Rice Terraces In January + What to do!
What to expect at the Longji Rice Terraces In January?
In January, the Longji Rice Terraces are bare. It is the coldest in Longji Rice Terraces in January. Sometimes, it snows there when the temperature is below zero degrees centigrade. When it snows, the views there will be stunning as well. All of the rice terraces are covered with white snow. It looks like a world of ice and snow.
Roofs of the ethnic minority villages are decorated with snow. Buildings in the villages features high feet. Most of them are built in wood or bamboo. Rice terraces are like white ribbon.
Compared to the number of tourists in other months, the number of visitors in January is the least due to the cold weather. If you enjoy a quieter surrounding, you could try to explore Longji Rice Terraces in January.
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