The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

A corner of Pleiku city at Phan Dinh Phung bridge in the mist of a June morning. Mr. Hoang Quoc Vinh, a photographer, said that the mist mixed with clouds from Ham Rong mountain over 1,000 m high poured down into the valley, creating “a scene”. beautiful like a fairyland”.

 

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

View of Pleiku from Da Mountain, about 3 km from the city center.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

Pine trees on the road from Bien Ho tea, Buu Minh pagoda to Ngo Son field, Chu Dang Ya volcano. This is considered the most beautiful tourist route in Gia Lai.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

The pine road passing through village 1, Nghia Hung commune, Chu Pah district is about 800 m long with pine trees over 100 years old on both sides of the road. To get here, visitors go from Bien Ho intersection toward Kon Tum about 3 km and then turn onto Le Van Sy street.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

Bien Ho tea in Nghia Hung commune. Tea plants began to appear in this land since the 20s of the last century. Pleiku people call this land Bien Ho tea because it is a combination of a freshwater lake and vast tea hills, bringing a fresh, clean space.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

Buu Minh Pagoda is located right next to the tea fields and is a famous spiritual tourist destination of the Central Highlands. Mr. Phan Nguyen (living in Gia Lai) said that these days the fog is so thick that two people standing only a few meters apart could not see their faces clearly. “In the chilly morning, wake up early and leisurely drive to the pine hill and Buu Minh pagoda to enjoy the feeling of being lost in a fairyland,” Mr. Phan Nguyen shared.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

Tonle Sap suspension bridge in the morning mist. Located 7 km from the center of Pleiku, Bien Ho or T’Nung Lake is a volcanic crater that stopped operating hundreds of millions of years ago, with an area of ​​228 hectares, surrounded by mountains and pine forests. The lake is considered a tourism symbol of Pleiku city, and is also one of the most beautiful lakes in the Central Highlands, associated with the song “Pleiku’s eyes are full”.

The mountain town of Gia Lai is engulfed in morning mist

Tan Son commune in cloudy season, the next destination on Gia Lai’s tourist route after passing Bien Ho tea.