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Tra Su indigo forest proves popular attraction among visitors

Located in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang, Tra Su indigo forest has developed into a popular eco-tourism site among visitors to the western region, particularly during the flooding season.

 

 

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Covering a total area of over 800 hectares, up to 70 species of birds and 140 species of plants can be found throughout Tra Su indigo forest

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In order to reach the indigo forest, visitors have to travel by boat.

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This spot is for visitors to take incredible photos alongside doves.

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The flooding season during October and November is widely considered to be the best time to visit Tra Su indigo forest.

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Beautiful lotuses can be seen throughout the journey.

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The Bridge of Love is a popular attraction for tourists.

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Guests can purchase a variety fruit and vegetables from local residents during the tour.

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Local delicacies make a perfect present for visitors to gift their friends or relatives.

 

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