In March, go to Sa Pa to see the beautiful Japanese cherry like Phu Tang
More than 200 Japanese cherry roots, 100 Himalayan peach roots and 200 Hoang Lien forest peach roots are blossoming brilliantly at Fansipan, creating a spectacular and beautiful scene like Phu Tang, turning this place into an attractive springtime place. hard to resist the beginning of the year
Belonging to the Kanhi Zakura flower with deep pink color, the flowers grow in thick clusters, the Japanese cherry on top of Fansipan this year blooms early compared to the annual cherry season, making visitors overwhelmed and excited when watching the species. Precious flowers come from the land of the rising sun.
45 large Japanese cherry roots with a height of over 3m, a canopy of 2.8 – 3m wide, spread evenly in four seasons flower garden, tea hill, Muong Hoa mountain climbing train station. In the area of the four-season flower garden, along the Muong Hoa train line, 200 smaller-sized Japanese cherry trees are also blooming.
Not only Japanese cherry, up to Fansipan these days, visitors are also immersed in the beauty of Himalayan cherry.
Unlike Japanese cherry, Hymalaya cherry is thinner but no less seductive with the shape like bright pink bells, beautiful to call spring.
And it is impossible not to mention the digging of Sa Pa forest, the delicate five-pointed peach of the Northwestern mountains and forests. Hidden in the mist of Sa Pa, 200 ancient forest peach trees create a beauty like a fairyland on the top of the sacred roof of Indochina.
Digging ancient Sa Pa forest is mainly planted in the area of the cable car station and near the Muong Hoa mountain train, in which many old trees are 7-20 years old, extremely rare with lumpy stumps. Moldy moss has a strange beauty.
Seeing all the blooming spring flowers, enjoying Japanese cherry, Himalayan cherry and Sa Pa forest in full bloom on the journey to conquer the roof of Indochina is truly an unforgettable experience for visitors.