Thousands of guests check-in the valley of flowers

NGHE AN – Flower valley in Nghia Dan district on weekends welcomes more than 1,000 visitors.

Phu Quy flower valley is located right next to Ho Chi Minh road, in Nghia Long commune, Nghia Dan district, attracting visitors with blooming spring flowers. This valley is tens of hectares wide, with a flower area of ​​about 2.5 hectares.

On weekends and New Year holidays, each day, this place can welcome 1,000 – 1,500 people, weekdays from 200-400 people. Visitors to the flower garden must buy a ticket of 40,000 VND / visit.

Ha Hoai, (21 years old) residing in Vinh City, visits the flower valley for the first time. “When I haven’t come, I don’t think this place has a beautiful scene like this. This is definitely an interesting experience on the weekend,” Hoai said.

Ancient rose root is more than 2 m high. The flowers grown here mostly include ancient roses, chrysanthemums, butterfly petals, heather flowers …

Every day, caregivers prune, catch deep to the flower garden to regulate. New flower beds are regularly planted seasonally, ensuring tourists can watch fresh flowers bloom all year round.

The blooming heather garden is a corner of many tourists who love to take pictures.

Each flower bed has a sign to remind guests to preserve the common landscape.

In addition to the fresh flowers, the eye-catching old maple tree model also attracted many visitors to take souvenir photos.