Beauty of cherry blossoms in seas of clouds in Mang Den town
Every spring, thousands of cherry blossom trees show off their beauty in the mist and clouds in Mang Den town.
Da Lat puts on romantic outfit with pink cherry blossoms
Vibrant Da Lat in pink hue of cherry blossom as Tet coming close
Da Lat blanketed in pink of blooming cherry blossoms
Mang Den town, in Kon Tum province’s Konplong district, is dubbed as the "second Dalat of the Central Highlands” thanks to its immense pine forests, cool climate and especially many cherry blossom trees blooming in every spring, according to Vnexpress.
Mang Den is located at the end of Violet Pass where owns stunning curves. Traveling the pass in the early morning, tourists can have the chance to admire white seas of clouds and gorgeous sunrise.
In spring, as the northeast monsoons stop blowing, the temperature drops as low as 14 degrees Celsius and the sun still shines, cherry blossoms start to bloom, attracting a throng of tourists to check in.
The first cherry blossom trees entered Mang Den in 2010, and now the number of trees has amounted to 20000. Situated at an altitude of 1,200 m, the town offers a suitable climate condition for cherry blossom trees to grow. The flower season lasts from December to the end of the first lunar month.
“I am really into traveling to Mang Den as its climate is similar to Da Lat. Besides, the place still retains vast pine forests and especially it has a brilliant spring”, Nguyen Thu, a photographer from Quang Ngai was quoted by Vnexpress as saying.
Blooming flowers attract a lot of bees, butterflies, and wild birds. The above photo features a bird perching on a cherry blossom branch.
Cherry blossoms are mainly grown in residential areas and garden houses. The above picture is cherry blossoms in the garden house of Mrs. Y Trang.
Bana, Xo Dang, H're ethnic girls stroll amidst the poetic scene of cherry blossoms.
Ethnic girls pose for pictures next to cherry blossoms.
It’s the spring colors that spellbinds more tourists to Mang Den town.
Coming to Mang Den, don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the Kon Bring village where you can get a closer insight into the daily life of ethnic minorities.
Apart from homestays and garden houses, visitors to Mang Den can choose to stay at hotels and resorts. The above picture is a resort located under Dak Ke Lake.
Many tourists rent traditional brocade costumes to take photos.
The strawberry gardens are also “not-to-be-missed” destinations in Mang Den.