Japan’s cherry blossoms come to Da Lat
Update: Dec 20, 2017
An ecotourism area named "Hoa Son Dien Trang" was opened on December 18 in Ward 5, Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province.

Located about 8km from the center of Da Lat City and inside a primeval forest on Ta Nung Pass, the 38-hectare area is covered with hundreds of Japanese cherry trees. Apart from that, visitors will be attracted by various vistas such as a “giant hand”, a field of Sa Pa roses, an outdoor camping area, an area of tree houses, to name just a few.

In addition, the destination is home to a wide range of animals and plants with around 2,000 bird species, including some listed in the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List, and 97 families of plants with 294 species.

The place is expected to become a new tourism attraction for visitors in Da Lat City, especially during the seventh Da Lat Flowers Festival, which is scheduled to take place from December 23 to 27 this year.

“Giant hand” (Photo: Internet)

A corner of  "Hoa Son Dien Trang" (Photo: Internet)

Japan’s cherry blossoms (Photo: Internet)