Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den

Mang Den is a small town in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province, about 60km from Kon Tum city center. This place is located at an altitude of more than 1,000m above sea level, which is known as the “second Da Lat” of the Central Highlands due to its cool, temperate climate, 4 seasons in a day.

In the past 3 years, real estate prices in Mang Den have always been in a feverish state due to many investors gathering land to build villas, homestays or buy and resell.

In June 2021, faced with a sudden increase in land prices and villa prices, the People’s Committee of Kon Tum province sent a document to departments, branches, the State Bank of Kon Tum Branch and the People’s Committees of districts and cities to strengthen real estate market management. This province advises people not to follow the land fever and “surf” investments to make a profit.

However, the land fever in Mang Den has not cooled down yet. According to local people, currently a villa on a land area of ​​1,000 m2 is for sale for 8-10 billion VND. In particular, there is a villa for sale for 20 billion VND.

Currently, the Covid -19 epidemic has subsided and tourism is recovering well, so landowners are racing against time to build new or complete villas and home stays to welcome guests. Recorded by VnEconomy on the last day of April in Mang Den.

Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Mang Den town is famous for many beautiful and poetic routes like Da Lat. As the tourist season begins, local authorities hang many hoardings and posters to promote images of scenic spots here.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Currently, a series of villas here are being urgently completed to welcome guests to stay during the summer. Large roadside villas like this are priced very high.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Taking advantage of the lack of customers during the week, Ms. Y Trang, owner of a home stay on To Huu street, is hiring workers to refinish the sidewalk and boundary wall areas. Even to keep up with the schedule, these workers had to work until after 10 p.m. According to Ms. Trang, during Covid -19, the home stay area still welcomed guests “regularly” and did not encounter too many difficulties.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Mang Den tourism has developed, creating many jobs for indigenous people. This home stay area is hiring about 5-6 permanent workers.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Currently, a series of new villas are being completed to meet the needs of tourists. However, many people are worried that if not well planned and managed, concrete will soon appear in Mang Den, causing this tourist area to lose its identity.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Villas in Mang Den are springing up like “mushrooms after the rain”.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Many multi-storey building blocks in Mang Den have been granted construction permits. This is the reason why many tourists worry that the “face” of Mang Den will be deformed by many heterogeneous blocks of different heights.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Although Mang Den land has been hot for many years, there are also many villas here that are still abandoned and have not yet been completed.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
Many tourists go to Mang Den to relax and at the same time look for opportunities with real estate. Some experts predict that real estate prices in Mang Den may still increase because this place has strong growth and tourism development potential not inferior to Da Lat. Statistics from Kon Plong district show that the number of tourists coming to Mang Den has grown well. If in 2015 there were only 85,000 visitors to Mang Den, in 2019, more than 200,000 tourists came to travel and relax in the land. This.
Home stays and villas spring up like mushrooms after the rain in Mang Den
The “rise” of Mang Den on the tourism map to compete with Da Lat is a good sign. But if not well planned and managed, it is easy for Mang Den to fall into the same path as Sa Pa, Tam Dao, and even Da Lat, when these famous tourist destinations are being concreted too quickly. losing the landscape and becoming less attractive in the eyes of domestic and foreign tourists.