Cherry Blossoms in Mang Den are in full bloom

In the cold weather at the end of the year, the Mai Anh Dao flowers in Mang Den bloom again, adding pink color to the Kon Tum highland.

Cherry Blossoms in Mang Den are in full bloom

Cherry Blossoms are grown in large quantities in a small town in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province, where the weather is mild all year round, with an average temperature of 16-22 degrees. For a long time, people brought Cherry Blossom trees from the North to plant here. Peach blossoms have become a charm of Mang Den for many years.

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In Mang Den you can find Cherry Blossoms all over the town roads, ethnic villages, tourist areas such as Dakke lake, Pa Sy waterfall, E Ban farm, Mang Den Dai Ngan farm…, Cherry blossoms are blooming, dyed a pink color that captivates tourists.

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The cherry blossom season only lasts about a month. If you want to immerse yourself in the fullest flower colors, visitors should arrange time to visit Mang Den in the weeks leading up to this Tet holiday.

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To take beautiful photos of Mai Anh Dao flowers, the two most suitable time frames to take photos are early morning (about 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.) and before sunset (3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.). This is when the sun is low, the sunlight shines on the flowers, highlighting the pink color, making the flowers more sparkling.

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Coming to Mang Den this season, in addition to admiring the Cherry Blossoms, visitors can also enjoy delicious dishes such as grilled chicken with bamboo-tube rice, spicy pepper hotpot to dispel the cold, and take a walk on the paths through the wings. Vast pine forest. At night, you can watch the stars and moonlight hanging above the shimmering, magical pine trees.