Around 12 kilometers from Hue City, Ru Cha Mangroves Forest is nestled in Tam Giang Lagoon in Thua Thien-Hue Province. In the local dialect, ru means forest while cha is the name of the trees growing densely in the forest.
In autumn, cha trees (excoecaria agallocha) turn yellow, making the forest expose its untouched and romantic natural beauty which enchants visitors. In the heart of the forest is an observatory allowing visitors to admire the panoramic view of the surrounding green spaces and Tam Giang Lagoon.
An aerial view of Ru Cha Mangroves Forest - PHOTOS: HIEU TRUONG
In most sections of the forest, the divine, the yellow is in contrast to the green
A path leading to the watchtower in the heart of the forest
Yellow leaves carpet a path in the forest ...
... and drift across the water flow
The autumn in Ru Cha attracts hordes of visitors
A lady takes a photo of her friend in Ru Cha
Hieu Truong (SGT)
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