Mang Den Market

Mang Den Market is a place to help visitors learn about the cultural identity of indigenous people and at the same time enjoy local specialties.

Mang Den market

Mang Den town is located at an altitude of 1,200 m above sea level, this place is surrounded by primeval forests, pine forests and many lakes, rivers, streams and waterfalls creating a unique landscape and cool air around. year.

Mang Den Market is a new activity organized by Kon Plong district in conjunction with Mang Den Tourism Association, starting from October 7 at the pine hill campus, Central Square of Kon Plong district. The market was established to create a space to display local architecture, culture and cuisine, attract tourists, and promote tourism and trade services of the province.

Mang Den market

The market has more than 30 stalls from communes, towns and business organizations and individuals in the district. The stalls are rustically decorated with available items, mainly bamboo, wood, and brocade fabric, imbuing the identity of the local people.

Mang Den market

Booths display and introduce typical products such as organic vegetables, grapefruit, oranges, cherry tomatoes, strawberries, cucumbers, medicinal herbs, medicinal products, traditional craft products and Many other OCOP products for visitors to enjoy and buy.

Mang Den market

Mang Den market takes place both day and night.

Many local specialties are sold such as village rice, grilled chicken with bamboo-tube rice, grilled buffalo, grilled village pig, grilled yearling fish, grilled crab, croissants, wild bitter melon, bitter eggplant, wild bamboo shoots, chestnuts, and nuts. flag nia. The market also has medicinal herbs such as ginseng, Gynostemma pentaphyllum, Ganoderma lucidum mushroom, green lim mushroom, wild honey, bamboo shoots, tonic bones, and dong quai.

Mang Den market

In the morning and afternoon, visitors can come here to enjoy the fresh air, learn about the architecture of communal houses, observe and experience activities such as brocade weaving, making croissants, enjoy coffee.

Mang Den market

Visitors can also admire the gong dance performance of the Mo Nam people – a branch of the Xo Dang ethnic group.

Local people wear traditional costumes, happily dance around the fire and sing.

Mang Den market

Every Saturday night, at the market there is also a music exchange program from local singers and guest singers.

Mang Den market

Rustic dishes such as potatoes, grilled corn, and hot milk will help dispel the chill of Mang Den in November.

Mang Den market

A tourist enjoys enjoying local specialties at Mang Den market.

Mang Den market

Do Do, a native working in tourism in Mang Den, has come to the market many times to meet many people in a close, cozy atmosphere, amid melodious music. Many indigenous people and local visitors also choose the market as their destination every weekend.

When it comes to fairs, people often think of the northern mountainous provinces. Organizing a market in Mang Den can be a highlight that makes tourists curious and come to experience Mang Den in particular and the sunny and windy Central Highlands in general, Mr. Do said.