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Peaceful beauty of town dubbed as the "second Da Lat of Central Highlands"

December 02, 2020 | 08:00

Mang Den spellbinds avid travelers for a host of reasons including fresh air, splendid valleys, and immense pine forests.

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A corner of Mang Den town in the early morning. The town is about 50 km to the Northeast of Kon Tum City and 140 km to the Southwest of Quang Ngai City, VNExpress reported.

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Coming to Mang Den, visitors can experience riding motorbikes on winding roads that are covered by green pine forests on two sides. It is pine forests that make Mang Den is dubbed as the "second Da Lat of Central Highlands".

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Kon Pring Culture – Tourism Village is located along the National Highway 24 and home to Ka Dong ethnic people.

Visiting the Rong house, drinking Can wine (wine drunk out of a jar through pipes) and watching traditional dances of ethnic people are among experiences that should not be missed in Kon Pring Culture – Tourism Village.

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The horse cart tourism service has been recently launched in Mang Den with a price of 100,000 VND/ person (US$ 4.3).

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Visiting the meadows on horseback costs 500,000 VND/ hour (21.6 US$).

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Mang Den also owns many majestic waterfalls.

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E Ban Farm, about 5 km from the town center is another famous tourist attraction in Mang Den. It is home to various kinds of glorious flowers creating a perfect check-in background.

Over the past two years, there has been a series of hotels and resorts opened in Mang Den.

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Khanh Lam Pagoda, located atop a primitive hill, is also a “must-visit” destination. The serenity of Khanh Lam pagoda combining with the majesty of the mountains surrounding will surely take visitors’ breath away.

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Mang Den is considered a paradise for culinary fanatics. Tourists can savor Com lam (rice cooked in bamboo tubes) or grilled chicken. Grilled chicken is marinated with spices that are only found in Kon Tum; hence, it has a distinctive flavor. The dish is the most perfect when dipped in pepper salt.

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There is nothing more wonderful than enjoying a sturgeon hotpot amidst the chilly air in Mang Den.

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The black chicken stewed with ginseng is also a top delicacy in Mang Den.

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Many visitors prefer camping overnight in Mang Den.

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