Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den

 

Kon Tum At an altitude of 1,200 m, Mang Den is known as the “second Da Lat” with its blooming cherry apricot trees.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den At the end of December, more than 200 cherry apricot trees in the central square of Mang Den town, Kon Plong district bloomed, signaling the coming of spring. This place is about 60 km from Kon Tum city, these days many tourists come here to see the flowers bloom.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang DenMr. Bui Viet Ha, a person living in Mang Den, said that the weather is cold at night and warm during the day, so it is suitable for flowers to bloom. “In addition to the square, cherry blossoms are planted in many Dak Ke lakes and on the road to Ngoc Le mountain,” he said.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den Cherry blossoms have five petals, similar to apricot blossoms, unlike Japanese and Korean cherry blossoms.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den According to local people, the flowers have been blooming for the past week and there is still a week left for tourists to see. The most beautiful time of the day is the morning when the clouds are clear, the night dew is still on the branches and leaves, and the sun is just shining.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den A group of Ba Na ethnic boys and girls in traditional costumes sit under a cherry apricot tree.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den The couple walked on the road past the place where the cherry blossom tree bloomed.

Cherry blossoms blooming in Mang Den A young woman of the Ba Na ethnic group poses for a photo in the gentle sunshine along Dak Ke lake.

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