A visit to Langbiang Mountain
Langbiang Mountain in the Central Highlands city of Da Lat. (Source: VNA)
Visitors to the
resort city of Da Lat can take a tour of the Langbiang plateau and sample ruou
can (wine stored in a big jar and drunk with a long bamboo pipe), a specialty
of ethnic minorities living in the Central Highlands.
About 300km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City
and at an altitude of 1,500m above sea level, Da Lat has a cool climate. It is
seen as a garden of flowers that blooms all year round and is famous for its
pine forests and many beautiful waterfalls and lakes.
Those who love adventure and want to gain a
fantastic experience for their journey should listen to the touching love story
of a couple named Lang and Biang.
For young people, it is a thrilling and
unforgettable experience to conquer the two highest peaks of the Langbiang
plateau, Ong Mountain at the height of 2,124m and Ba at 2,167m. They can enjoy
a night stay in the middle of the forest.
Tourists are also advised to experience a
cozy family meal with the Lach ethnic people at the foot of Langbiang mountain
and learn about the lives and spiritual values of the ethnic minority community
in the Central Highlands. - VNA