Mang Den is a small town located in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province. Mang Den comes from the name “T’mang Deeng” – a word that means “flat and large land” in the Mo Nam language. With an altitude of over 1200m above sea level, Mang Den makes many people excited with its wild features and chilly weather.
There are not too many famous or interesting attractions, but Mang Den has made many “hearts love Da Lat” to “change their hearts” when visiting this town. So, what’s special about Mang Den, let’s explore this “fairy” with 2 Beautiful.
Like the roads in Da Lat, the first impression when coming to Mang Den is the roads with immense green pine on both sides. The best time to explore the pine streets in Mang Den is at dawn and dusk.
When the new dawn breaks through the pine trees, you can take a walk around Mang Den to listen to the whispers in the wind and feel the fresh, unspoiled air of this town. Compared to Da Lat, the sunset in Mang Den is much more peaceful. You can comfortably wait for the bright red sun to gradually fall, weaving through the old pine trees.
Ho Dak Ke
If you have ever heard of the legend “7 lakes and 3 waterfalls” in Mang Den, then Dak Ke lake is one of the places you must visit when coming to this peaceful town. As one of 7 beautiful natural lakes in Mang Den, Dak Ke makes you fall in love with the unspoiled natural scenery on both sides of the lake. In addition, the jade-green water of the lake enhances the “magic” beauty of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands.
Especially when visiting Dak Ke in the cherry blossom season, you will be “stunned” with the beautiful scenery like Korean movies here. The rose trees sprinkled a corner of the lake, adding to the rustic and simple natural beauty that “falls in love with people”.
Pa Sy Waterfall
Pa Sy Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Mang Den, where many people describe as “a girl’s hair” winding between the mountains and forests. Although it is the most developed tourist place in Mang Den when it was built and has a signboard, Pa Sy waterfall still retains its wild and majestic features from the past to the present.
Besides, Pa Sy waterfall also makes many people amazed with the path leading to the waterfall. Interspersed between the high pine road are a few abandoned villas, both exuding a “mysterious” look and a strange peace.
Kon Bring . Village
With a population of 90% of the Mo Nam people (a group of the Xodan ethnic group), Kon Bring village is famous as one of the four community-based cultural and tourism villages of Kon Plong district. Although Kon Bring is gradually developing tourism, the traditional culture of ethnic minorities is still preserved.
When visiting Kon Bring, you can participate and enjoy special activities such as: sinus dance, gongs… Beautiful landscape, many architectural works with typical Xo Dang people… in Kon Bring village It will definitely make you “fascinated” without leaving.
It will not be an exaggeration to say that the suspension bridge is a feature of Mang Den because it is almost impossible to find an ordinary concrete bridge here. At first, when you look at these somewhat old suspension bridges, you will have a little anxiety in your heart, but just the first few steps, all those worries will disappear completely.
The suspension bridge over the stream in Hieu commune, the highest area in Mang Den is an ideal place that you should explore when coming to Mang Den.