Up to now, despite the Lunar New Year holiday, the time when Mai Anh Dao has died, local people and tourists come to Da Lat is still watches small flowers bloom. Due to erratic weather factors, Mai Anh Dao flowers bloomed on Hung Vuong, Tran Hung Dao, villages along Highway 27C, or the hillside of the majestic Langbiang mountain.
Many tourists who come to Da Lat on this occasion will be able to save beautiful pictures from Mai Anh Dao Hong branch. Two years ago, the Department of Culture - Sports and Tourism planned to implement the Cherry Blossom Festival, but due to the weather, the flowers did not bloom, so the festival had to be canceled.
Mai Anh Dao trees have flourished on the roads in Da Lat.
So this year Lam Dong will not hold this festival anymore but let it be natural, when flowers bloom, visitors will visit. Ms. Truong Thi Cam Dao (Lam Dong) shared: "I am about 60km away from Dalat, because also a student in this city that I know Da Lat is the most beautiful season of Mai Anh Dao. That's why I have come to take pictures and roam the streets like Tran Hung Dao, Hung Vuong or the road to Da Nhim commune (Lac Duong), taking photos to a restaurant by the lake, sipping coffee, reviewing pictures my is great ".
Not everyone is as lucky as Ms Dao, surely many tourists will regret it when they cannot stay in Dalat for a few days to watch Mai Anh Dao bloom. By the time of Lunar New Year holiday, on 11.2, the units must work normally. Therefore, visitors will lose the opportunity to watch Mai Anh Dao bloom.
The Mai Anh Dao trees blossoming pink on the hillside make visitors feel tired, want to come here to take a picture like to tell people that they are in "Bong lai, Tien Canh".
Mai Anh Dao tree blossomed at the yard of the former Lam Dong Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, located on Tran Hung Dao Street.
The petals fall to the ground, are dry and windy but not rotten. A pink stretched out on the ground made everyone feels anxious when they came.
Many tourists who come to Da Lat to travel during the Lunar New Year will surely regret it when they cannot stay to watch Mai Anh Dao bloom.
The wooden house on the hillside is full of flowers, making the space peaceful and untouched, making everyone wants to come here to leave, away from the hustle and bustle life of the town.
Flowers blooming pink at the foot of the majestic Langbiang mountain. Reportedly, Mai Anh Dao Da Lat originated from a wild species living in the high mountains of Japan. Before the 60s, southern agronomists contacted the Japanese genetic agency to bring this plant and plant it in the South Central Highlands.
Around October every year, Mai Anh Dao starts to turn yellow leaves and then falls off to hibernate. By about 1 year later, the tree begin to "wake up" swollen buds and bloom, reportedly spring.