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Tall pine trees and grilled frogs - exploring Mang Deng
Located more than 1,000m above sea level, Mang Deng Commune in Kon Tum Province is home to such hill tribes as the Sedan, Hre, MNong and Cadong. In the language of the Sedan, Mang Deng means aplanea.
The commune is typical of the highlands region because of its many rare animals, its lush vegetation and its impressive waterfalls. Mang Deng still has some areas into that hardly anyone has ever set foot.
It fell really good to walk on the shining, soft carpet of thousands of fallen pine leaves underneath the trees, whose tops towered high, and to breathe in the forests freshness.
Kon Plong has also understood the advantage of the relaxing affect of nature on tourists and started to set up ecological tourist areas, such as Suoi Da and Dakke Waterfall and Lake.
Passing fields of wheat, banana and rice paddy planted by the locals, it took us 20 minutes to go to the 30m high waterfall, Pasi Waterfall in a forest, some 6km from the centre of Mang Deng.
Lush vegetation climbing up from the foot to the top of the waterfall makes for a wonderfully mysterious picture. What's more, groups of beautiful orchids grow around the waterfall.
The Sedan people farm by letting many buffalos step on the soil. So although infrastructure in the region is basic and needs more investment, visiting Mang Deng may be well worth another trip.