Leaving the crowded town, spring visitors have come to Tra Su Melaleuca forest to immerse themselves in the lush green nature, with the scent of melaleuca in the light breeze and check-in with the longest record bamboo bridge in Vietnam. .
I followed a group of young people who “traveled” across the Bay Nui region (Tri Ton and Tinh Bien districts), An Giang province. Derived from TP. Long Xuyen, the group travels in the direction of Highway 91, heading towards the southwest border. The first destination is the Temple of Lady Chua of Nui Sam, Nui Sam ward, city. Continental Director.
After checking-in at Nui Sam, the group continued to follow the direction of Highway 91 and went straight to Tinh Bien district. Arriving at Nha Bang town, Tinh Bien district, going along provincial road 948 about six kilometers, the group suddenly turned into a small asphalt road crossing a field. For more than three kilometers, all group members stopped. An unexpectedly beautiful scene appeared before her eyes. That is Tra Su Melaleuca forest ecotourism area. A hundred hectares of melaleuca forest “grows” in the middle of the field.
Tra Su Melaleuca forest covers an area of 845 hectares, mostly in Van Giao commune, Tinh Bien district and a part in O Long Vy commune, Chau Phu district, An Giang province. This is a typical wetland forest for the western region of Hau river, having very important effects on the water environment and climate regulation for the entire Bay Nui region.
Here, every spring comes in the colors of pure white cajuput flowers, the typical tree species of the land known as “submerged green paradise”. Tra Su Melaleuca forest is also the habitat of many species of animals and plants of the special-use forest system in Vietnam.
Today, Tra Su Melaleuca forest is put into exploitation of ecotourism, experience and discovery, so it is invested and renovated to be very impressive and unique. Especially the bamboo bridge “thousand steps”, with a total length of more than 10 km, reached the record for the longest bamboo bridge in Vietnam.
Due to the influence of the Covid-19 epidemic and implementing epidemic prevention measures under the direction of the central and local government, in An Giang, many cultural, artistic activities, entertainment services In the traditional New Year holidays, Tan Suu will be canceled or reduced. Therefore, many tourists decided to leave the crowded town to find the poetic and mighty nature of the Bay Nui region. In particular, many young people have come to Tra Su Melaleuca forest ecotourism to immerse themselves in the green nature with the scent of melaleuca in the gentle breeze and to check-in on the longest bamboo bridge in Vietnam. .
In addition, visitors can participate in activities of canoeing, hiking, cycling through the flooded melaleuca forest, witnessing with their own eyes the hunting scene of birds, storks living and residing at Melaleuca forests. Country cuisine is also a unique feature of Tra Su Melaleuca forest.
According to the Board of Directors of Tra Su Melaleuca Forest Ecotourism Area, since the first day of the new year (the 1st to the 5th of Tet), more than 16,000 tourists have come to visit here./.
According to Quoc Dung / Nhan Dan newspaper