Bach Ma National Park in Thua Thien Hue has proved a popular destination among visitors due to its spectacularly stunning views and natural landscapes that can be enjoyed from the peak of Bach Ma mountain.
Bach Ma National Park can be found in Phu Loc district of the central province of Thua Thien Hue. For many people it is considered as the ‘Da Lat’ of the central region due to the area featuring an array of magnificent landscapes
Bach Ma mountain is located next to Truong Son range. Aside from the natural landscapes, cool climate, and French-style villas similar to Da Lat, Bach Ma National Park is also home to a wide range of rare species and animals, primeval forest, and breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls.
Covering an area of nearly 37,500 hectares, visitors are able to gain an insight into the flora and fauna system as well as enjoying splendid views of the majestic mountains and forests. Due to the local weather conditions visitors are also able to enjoy four seasons during the course of a single day
It is recommended that visitors travel to the Bach Ma National Park between December and April in order to coincide with the dry season
Exploring the landscape can be a fun and rewarding activity, particularly as rare animals can be seen throughout the forest
Hai Vong Tower is located at a height of more than 1,400 metres above sea level. In order to reach the tower, visitors must walk up a long path
From Hai Vong Tower, guests can savour the scenic views of Bach Ma National Park in its entirety, including the nearby mountains, Hue city, Cau Hai bridge, Lang Co bay, and Ho Truoi lake
Truc Lam Bach Ma Zen monastery can also be seen nearby
Construction on 139 villas halfway up the mountain was completed in 1942. Then, Bach Ma was one of the most famous resorts in Indochina
From Bach Ma mountain, visitors can follow a 2km-track towards Do Quyen villa and explore the famous Ngu Ho waterfalls
Bach Ma maple leaves begin to turn red during March, creating breath-taking scenery at the National Park
Prunus campanulata flowers can be seen in the park
A flock of red-shanked douc, a species of monkey also known as pygathrix nemaeus, has increased to six. This species often high in the mountains and they live off different types of leaves