Cherry blossoms burst into life across cloud-blessed Mang Den Town

 Spring cherry blossoms add to the charm of Mang Den, a Central Highlands town famed for its clouded beauty, as depicted in the photos of lensman Duy Sinh.

Mang Den in Konplong District, Kon Tum Province is considered the "second Da Lat" of the Central Highland due to its immense pine forests, chill climate and spring cherry blossoms.

The town is located at the end of Violet Pass with beautiful roads meant for exploring. Lucky visitors reaching the top of the pass early in the morning can enjoy an ocean of ​​clouds and a beautiful dawn.

Sunrise is the most epic time to take photos here.

When spring arrives in Mang Den, temperatures drop to around 14 degrees Celsius with warm sunshine. This is when cherry blossoms enter bloom.

Cherry blossoms have appeared in Mang Den since 2010, with the number of trees estimated at 20,000. Located at an altitude of 1,200 meters, the local climate is well suited to the cultivation of this tree. Flower season lasts about over a month, usually from January to early March.

Visitors pose for photos under the cherry blossoms by Dak Ke Lake.

Nguyen Thu, a photographer from Quang Ngai Province said: "I like to travel in Mang Den since the climate is like Da Lat and the spring here is equally brilliant."

The cherry blossoms attract a lot of bees, butterflies and especially wild birds here to feed on their nectar.

Cherry blossoms are widely planted in residential areas, like at this flower garden in Y Trang.

Bahnar, Xo Dang, and H're ethnic girls from a nearby boarding school stroll through a flower garden.

Ethnic women pose next to cherry blossoms with bright smiles.

The spring beauty of mountains and forests amid tender cherry blossoms makes visitors fall in love with this place. Tourist villages like Kon Bring offer accommodation, dining and tours to experience ethnic minority life.

In addition to homestays and garden houses, visitors in Mang Den can choose between hotels and luxury accommodation facilities.

In the photo is a resort located near Dak Ke Lake.

Tourists can dress up in rented colorful ethnic brocade while exploring their surroundings.

Visitors can also admire the beauty of golden mimosa trees, or enjoy ripe and juicy strawberries.

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