10/12/2020 06:22:53 (GMT +7)

Stunning cherry blossoms in Sapa

Đổi trò chơiJapanese cherry blossoms at Sapa Town near Mount Fansipan are currently blooming, creating a picturesque scenery.

Rows of cherry trees are planted along the road to O Long tea hill around O Quy Ho Pass.

The cherry area has become a favourite check-in spot for visitors, particularly the young. The place has also lured many photographers.

The cherry trees were grown by the Taiwanese owner of O Long tea hill around more than 10 years ago.


People are harvesting tea on the hill.

Tea hills in Sapa are different from those in Moc Chau and Da Lat thanks to cherry trees.

Cherry blossoms bloom for only a few weeks, so many visitors often rush to the area at this time of the year to catch spectacular moments. Dtinews

Pham Ngoc Trien

Sapa – Town in clouds of Vietnam

Sapa – Town in clouds of Vietnam

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