Scenery of Son Tra peninsula 0

Scenery of Son Tra peninsula 0

Da Nang Diverse nature, mountains, forests and sea, and the beauty of the `primate queen` attract tourists to visit the peninsula.

Son Tra Peninsula (Tho Quang ward, Son Tra district) is magical in the mist at dawn.

The peninsula has an area of more than 4,400 hectares, 13 km long with a circumference of about 60 km, average altitude of 350 m, the highest place on Son Tra mountain is Oc peak, nearly 700 m.

The photo set was taken by photographer Pham Phung (living and working in Da Nang City).

Son Tra Peninsula (Tho Quang ward, Son Tra district) is magical in the mist at dawn.

The peninsula has an area of more than 4,400 hectares, 13 km long with a circumference of about 60 km, average altitude of 350 m, the highest place on Son Tra mountain is Oc peak, nearly 700 m.

The photo set was taken by photographer Pham Phung (living and working in Da Nang City).

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The architectural complex of Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra has the highlight of the 67 m high statue of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, standing on a lotus throne with a diameter of 35 m.

The architectural complex of Linh Ung Pagoda in Son Tra has the highlight of the 67 m high statue of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, standing on a lotus throne with a diameter of 35 m.

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The statue of Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is majestic and magical on the `Flower Moon` night of May 7.

The statue of Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva is majestic and magical on the `Flower Moon` night of May 7.

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View of Linh Ung Pagoda Son Tra and the statue of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva with overlooking the East Sea.

View of Linh Ung Pagoda Son Tra and the statue of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva with overlooking the East Sea.

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Athletes fly paragliders on Son Tra peninsula.

Mr. Pham Phung said, the photo was taken on the occasion of the Da Nang Open Paragliding Tournament with the theme `Flying on Tien Sa` held on July 27 – 28, 2019.

Athletes fly paragliders on Son Tra peninsula.

Mr. Pham Phung said, the photo was taken on the occasion of the Da Nang Open Paragliding Tournament with the theme `Flying on Tien Sa` held on July 27 – 28, 2019.

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Brown-shanked douc langurs rest on tree branches covered in cool purple flowers.

Brown-shanked douc langurs rest on tree branches covered in cool purple flowers.

Son Tra fascinates tourists the most during the “changing clothes” season between April and June, when the forest sprouts red and yellow buds, the ironwood trees bloom, and the ash trees glow purple.

After the rains, the peaceful forest becomes disturbed with the sound of langurs calling flocks to feed on the steep mountainside.

Son Tra fascinates tourists the most during the “changing clothes” season between April and June, when the forest sprouts red and yellow buds, the ironwood trees bloom, and the ash trees glow purple.

After the rains, the peaceful forest becomes disturbed with the sound of langurs calling flocks to feed on the steep mountainside.

Langurs relax on thin tree branches during the flowering season.

Langurs relax on thin tree branches during the flowering season.

Son Tra Peninsula is a closed ecosystem with 4 types of forests divided by altitude from top to bottom, creating an ideal habitat for creatures.

Son Tra Peninsula is a closed ecosystem with 4 types of forests divided by altitude from top to bottom, creating an ideal habitat for creatures.

Nature gave Da Nang the unique Son Tra peninsula with a key position in terms of national defense, forest ecosystem and biodiversity adjacent to the sea.

In the photo is Tien Sa port located in Da Nang bay, leaning against Son Tra peninsula.

Nature gave Da Nang the unique Son Tra peninsula with a key position in terms of national defense, forest ecosystem and biodiversity adjacent to the sea.

In the photo is Tien Sa port located in Da Nang bay, leaning against Son Tra peninsula.

Pham Phung – Huynh Phuong

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