Friday, December 24, 2021

'Little desert' in Buon Ma Thuot

With many miniatures with images of Mongolia, Bali, Dubai... Lee' Hilside picnic area is currently an attractive check-in point for young people.

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The picnic area is located opposite number 37, hamlet 8, Cu Ebur commune, about 10 km northwest of Buon Ma Thuot city center. This outdoor photography area has just opened but attracts tourists, mainly young people who love to check-in. Photo: ansapbmt/Instagram

Entrance ticket to take pictures of the whole area is 70,000 VND/person. If taking pictures with camels, visitors pay an additional 50,000 VND / person. The limitation here is that there is only one camel as a shooting model, so there will be a situation where guests have to wait for each other when too many people buy tickets. Photo: Uyen Dam
Visitors can rent costumes from traditional Vietnam or other countries, to modern clothes for 100,000 - 150,000 VND/set to capture many different styles. However, the costumes available are mainly for women, if visitors prefer a unique and more impressive set of photos, they should prepare their own clothes. Photo: Thu Binh

In addition to shooting spots with camels, sandy beaches, nomadic tents, there are also miniatures simulated like the American far west with gas stations, dry grasslands, cactus gardens, old trucks... Photo : ansapbmt/Instagram

A small corner of Morocco in the picnic area with colorful objects and textures. Photo: ansapbmt/Instagram
This picnic area is open from 8am to 5pm daily.
In addition, in Buon Ma Thuot, there are also attractions and photography spots such as the Coffee World Museum, with a cluster of three waterfalls Dray Sap, Dray Nur, Gia Long, Mother Elephant Stone Mountain, Ea Kao Lake, and the coffee village and Chu Yang Sin National Park,...
Currently, the Central Highlands is in the middle of the dry season (November - April), when the weather is beautiful, on the occasion of the coffee flowers blooming, visitors can spend an extra 1-2 hours visiting the coffee hills to check-in. Note, the weather these days is hot, so take pictures in the late afternoon and use extra sunscreen to protect your skin. Photo: ansapbmt/Instagram



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