The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

As a contiguous point between three Indochina countries, including Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, the Indochina junction is known as the place where “a rooster crows, all three countries hear”.

Speaking of the Central Highlands, surely people will immediately remember a sunny and windy highland filled with the scent of coffee flowers, or remember the majestic sound of gongs resounding at every festival of the villages in the mountains. Not only that, the land of the Central Highlands also has a destination that the travel-loving community is very eager to conquer, which is the Indochina junction – a tourist attraction in Kon Tum that is loved by many tourists. prefer.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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The reason it is called the Indochina junction is because this place is the contiguous location of three Indochina countries including Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Located in Bo Y commune, Ngoc Hoi district, Kon Tum province, the Indochina Junction landmark was built in 2007 and completed in 2009 on a mountain peak 1,086 m above sea level. The landmark has a triangular cylinder made of marble, around three sides are the National Emblem and the names of the three countries Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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To conquer the Indochina junction, from Kon Tum city follow Highway 14E to the Northwest to get to Bo Y border gate. Then you present your documents and ask for permission from the border guards at the checkpoint. , following the winding road of more than 10 km along the hills to the foot of the milestone.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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The road to the Indochina junction is not too difficult to travel. While driving, tourists can enjoy the view of extremely beautiful rolling hills and mountains. Only the first few sections are dirt roads, but after that the roads are paved with cement, which is quite nice, but a bit winding and steep, so it’s a bit of a challenge before reaching the milestone. sacred.

In return, both sides of the small road leading to the top of the mountain are lined with white reeds, waving in the wind under the golden sunshine of the vast region, making the scene more charming than ever, making you want to stop and admire it forever. !

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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At the end of the asphalt road, we still haven’t reached the milestone. At this point, you will see a sign with green moss-covered stone steps that must be conquered to reach the sacred milestone of the border area between the three countries.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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Conquering this peak, touching the national border landmark, visitors can see the entire rich Indochina crossroads, a lush green carpet of forests and trees appears. mixed with the red-brown color of beautiful basalt.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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Visitors can conquer the Indochina junction at any time of the year, but perhaps the most ideal time is from October to December of the lunar calendar, because this is the time when Kon Tum enters flower season. Wild sunflowers bloom bright yellow in every corner of the sky.

Besides, the end of January is also a suitable time if tourists want to see the scenery of the rubber forest in the falling leaf season, with dry branches and bare leaves covering the path.

The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

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The most special intersection in Vietnam: A place to see the panoramic view of 3 Indochina countries at the same time

(Photo: Dang Van Tung)