Tourists enjoy checking-in with a “giant” wooden monster statue in Da Lat

 The statue was made use of leftover wood pieces in the romantic space of Dalat rose garden, attracting many visitors to check-in and take pictures.

Recently, in Da Lat (Lam Dong), a “giant” wooden statue appeared, attracting a lot of visitors to check-in and take pictures. The 5m high statue, named “little goblin”, is made from wood chips, used waste wood.

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The author of this model is a group of young people in Dalat. The wooden statue is named “little goblin”, as a guard of the green forest, its uniqueness becomes an impressive shooting spot.
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Visitors enjoy the brand new photography background in the “land of fog”.
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The statue is placed in a 1.2-hectare garden with nearly 400 beautiful perennial persimmons, so when you come here, visitors can also enjoy the view of the rose garden at its most beautiful maturity, golden yellow fruit.
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Visitors can enjoy picking ripe roses by themselves and take pictures with the persimmon – one of the symbols of autumn in Dalat.
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The face of the statue is both serious like a keeper of the green forest and friendly and close to people.

Sharing with Reporter Dan Tri, Huong Thi, a representative of the implementation group, said: “It only takes a few minutes to cut down a tree, but it takes a tree tens or hundreds of years to grow. contribute to keeping land to keep forests ”.

“Depending on the part of the model, we choose the wood to match, the beautiful wood to join the front part, and the worse wood pieces are used for the inside of the statue”.

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The young people hope that through this work, they can convey the message of protecting the green color of Dalat to everyone. Calling for sustainable tourism development.

Ha Hien/Dân trí

Photo: Tom’s Rose Garden