Invitation from Mang Den

Mang Den, Kon Plong – a land filled with legends and the sounds of gongs, poetic landscapes, mild climate mixed together in the sound of the Central Highlands forest wind like a song of the majestic mountains.

 

Invitation from Mang Den

What impresses me the most is that I don’t need to go to Japan, right at the Mang Den tourist complex, I can see the blooming cherry blossoms. In my opinion, the cherry apricot blossom is very special. The trunk is similar to peach and plum trees in the North, and the flower has five petals like apricot blossoms.

In the morning, fog surrounds the villas, roads, pine forests nearly a hundred years old, lakes, and condenses on flower petals, creating poetry in the mystery of the mountains and forests here. Walking under thousands of green trees, or sipping a cup of hot milk coffee on a wooden chair outside in the windy garden is truly wonderful.

Pink cherry blossoms fill the space - Photo: My Lien

Pink cherry blossoms fill the space – Photo: My Lien

I owe my younger sister a promise to travel to Mang Den together and she will be my free guide. When the car started to climb Mang Den Pass – the winding pass road, hidden among clouds, fog and rocky mountains.

There are no more winding and winding turns. Even if you haven’t had a glass of wine, you will still be ecstatic. The road ahead suddenly leads into a relatively flat plateau.

Mang Den appears as a majestic natural painting, charming mountains and water, captivating people’s hearts. Located at an altitude of 1200m above sea level, cool all year round, Mang Den is known as the “second Da Lat” of the Central Highlands.

The vast green color of the forests further highlights the highlights of lakes, waterfalls, streams… a unique natural treasure that abounds in this land. At night, in the middle of the cool mist and smoke, sitting with Can wine is wonderful, it’s like hearing the breath of the mountains and forests, the trees, and the cries of wild animals and frogs.

On the night of the campfire, next to the sound of gongs echoing in the mountains and forests, I did not forget to choose a lawn or an open corner to immerse myself in the romantic moment of the stars.

It will be a great experience for me, because Mang Den is known as one of the most beautiful places to watch stars in Vietnam, it’s amazing!

The clear, whispering water makes your feet reluctant to move away. Photo: My Lien

The clear, whispering water makes your feet reluctant to move away. Photo: My Lien

Step by step in the middle of the wild wilderness, floating in the whispering sound of the forest, suddenly encountering a calm lake reflecting the clouds and sky, and your ears are awakened by the noisy, vibrant sound of the flowing waterfall. Throwing white foam.

Then, the stream creaks and gurgles, gurgling, holding on to the footsteps of people who continue to explore the peaceful yet intense vitality of the vast forests and mountains. Mixed in with that natural scenery is a pine forest planted decades ago, vast green, vast vistas on many high and low slopes.

Green mountains, blue water, beautiful flowers - the scene is truly poetic. Photo: My Lien

Green mountains, blue water, beautiful flowers – the scene is truly poetic. Photo: My Lien

Mang Den has a wild and pure beauty like the image of a teenage rural girl: Simple, rustic and innocent. Goodbye Mang Den after promising to return.

I deeply remember the look of the little girl Xe Dang, hear the murmuring sound of the stream like a whisper from the mountains and forests, remember the warmth of curling up in a warm blanket, the sound of temple bells echoing somewhere, feeling the incense. wafting in the wind amidst the quiet space.

Remember the mist that glitters on the branches and leaves, remember the mysterious stories, as sacred as this land itself. Remember the rustic, wild, pure features of “The Princess Sleeping in the Cold Fog”. Please schedule a return date.