Mang Den eco-tourism area with a cool climate all year round and a system of lakes, waterfalls, pine forests… is an interesting stop that is always sought after by enthusiasts on their journey to the sunny Central Highlands of Vietnam.
Mang Den eco-tourism area is one of the most attractive discovery stops in the romantic land of Kon Tum. Here, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the poetic nature, discover the unique beauty of indigenous culture and participate in many interesting activities such as picking fruits and vegetables on farms; boating at Dak Ke Lake…
Ideal time to visit Mang Den eco-tourism area
The ideal time to visit Mang Den eco-tourism area is around the end of the year, during this period the weather in the mountain town is cool, dry and mixed with a little warm sunshine, so it is convenient for you to participate in many exploration activities. interesting.
The weather in Mang Den is cool and temperate all year round, so you can comfortably schedule your exploration at any time. Photo: uctrang97
In addition, some “golden times” that you can plan to visit Mang Den eco-tourism area are around after New Year when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom or around February – April which is the first phase. A series of flower seasons visit this great land such as mimosa, banyan flower, purple poinciana flower…
In addition, because the climate of this Kon Tum tourist destination is mild and cool all year round, you can make plans at any period of the year. Don’t forget to monitor the weather regularly to avoid scheduling on rainy days.
Explore famous places in Mang Den eco-tourism area
Pa Sy Waterfall
Pa Sy waterfall tourist area has a total area of 25 hectares including a system of paths, communal houses, cultural exhibition houses, handicraft product workshops, vegetable and flower farms.
The center of the tourist area is Pa Sy waterfall located at an altitude of about 1,500m above sea level, formed from the three largest streams in Mang Den. The turquoise waterfall and lake are surrounded by pristine, poetic and picturesque primeval mountains and forests.
Coming to this stop in the Mang Den Kon Tum eco-tourism area, you definitely do not miss out on interesting experiential activities such as walking to admire the fresh, peaceful natural scenery; enjoy coffee watching majestic mountains and hills; organize picnics and overnight camping; Make an attractive BBQ party and discover unique local cuisine.
Dak Ke Lake
Dak Ke Lake or Toong Ro Poong Lake is one of the most famous places to explore in the Mang Den eco-tourism area. The lake area is surrounded by a “dreamlike” natural landscape with undulating mountain slopes, pristine primeval forests, white foam waterfalls… extremely ideal for you to visit to avoid the heat or relax. relax on the weekend.
There are many tourist activities organized in the Dak Ke lake area that you can participate in and experience such as rowing boats or boats to admire the charming landscape; duck boat; go fishing; organize picnics and camping trips; check-in at flower gardens; Catch the sunset on the romantic lake and visit traditional stilt houses.
Wooden Statue Garden
Located near the Pa Sy waterfall area, there is a unique wooden statue garden built in 2013 on a hillside and surrounded by pristine forests.
The garden is like an outdoor exhibition with 100 wooden statues crafted by 33 ethnic artisans living in the province. Wooden statues show a variety of working lives and daily activities of people in the Northern Central Highlands such as men holding axes, carrying machetes, smoking, and hunting; Women pound rice, weave cloth, hold children, go to the fields, play music, drink wine… Besides human statues, the garden also has statues of animals familiar to people such as elephants, dogs, cats, pigs, monkeys, snakes…
If you are a lover of exploring unique Central Highlands culture, do not miss this interesting coordinates in your journey to discover Mang Den eco-tourism area.
Kon Tum is a Central Highlands province that focuses on investing in developing high-tech farms to create many clean and fresh fruit and vegetable products.
Visiting Mang Den Kon Tum eco-tourism area, you will experience picking fruits and enjoying them right at the garden. At the farm, fruits such as oranges, green-skinned grapefruits, avocados, melons, tomatoes, strawberries… or flowers such as chrysanthemums, lilies, etc. are often grown. There is no entrance fee to visit. How much product you harvest and want to bring back will be charged separately.
Some farms in Mang Den that you can refer to and experience: Orfarm, Biophap, Mang Den Xanh farm, E Ban farm, Tam An Organic farm, Hung Ly Garden…
Khanh Lam Pagoda
Khanh Lam Pagoda located in Mang Den eco-tourism area is a familiar sightseeing and worship stop for many people.
The temple was built in 2012, has a total area of about 10 hectares including temple buildings, main hall… extremely grand and majestic. The highlight of Khanh Lam Pagoda is the main hall with a three-storey roof structure, combining traditional pagoda architecture with a communal house with impressive Central Highlands cultural identity. In front of the main hall, along with the bell tower and drum tower, is a 17m high statue of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva and a symmetrical lotus pond, creating a harmonious and poetic landscape.
Things to Note when Exploring Mang Den Eco-Tourism Area
- Because the space of Mang Den eco-tourism area has many wild forests, lakes, etc., you need to pay attention to bringing anti-mosquito and anti-insect ointment.
- Although the climate is cold, Mang Den still has a lot of sunshine, so remember not to be subjective and need to apply sunscreen when going out, wear a jacket or an umbrella to cover.
- Pay attention to monitoring the weather before planning to visit Mang Den Kon Tum eco-tourism area in the rainy season to avoid affecting your exploration experience.
- Mang Den has many attractive specialties such as pepper hot pot, sturgeon, leaf salad, wild myrtle wine… don’t forget to take notes to enjoy.
Mang Den eco-tourism area has many interesting and new things to explore. Don’t forget to note the famous sightseeing stops above so that your journey through the mountain town will have more memorable experiences.