“Lost” in Mang Den

Not as noisy and bustling as Da Lat, Mang Den gives visitors a feeling of quiet, peaceful but also very poetic. With its cool climate and beautiful scenery, it is not difficult to understand why this land is known as the second Da Lat in the Central Highlands.

Mang Den is located in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Mang Den is located in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

This place is located at an average altitude of 1,200m above sea level. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

This place is located at an average altitude of 1,200m above sea level. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Mang Den has a cool, temperate climate all year round. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Mang Den has a cool, temperate climate all year round. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

The average temperature during the year always fluctuates between 18-20°C. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

The average temperature during the year always fluctuates between 18-20°C. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

The landscape here is very special with primeval forests, pine forests and many lakes and waterfalls, favorable for the development of ecotourism and resorts. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

The landscape here is very special with primeval forests, pine forests and many lakes and waterfalls, favorable for the development of ecotourism and resorts. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Because of the special climate and landscape, with many similarities to Da Lat, this place is considered the second Da Lat of the Central Highlands. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Because of the special climate and landscape, which have many similarities with Da Lat, this place is considered the second Da Lat of the Central Highlands. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Mang Den is about 50 km from Kon Tum city. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Mang Den is about 50 km from Kon Tum city. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Dak Ke Waterfall. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Dak Ke Waterfall. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Khanh Lam Pagoda. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Khanh Lam Pagoda. Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Photo: Ban Nguyen.

Photo: Mnhai.