For a long time, Gia Nghia City (Dak Nong) has been known as the “Yellow Flower City” thanks to the continuous blooming seasons of flowers all year round.
In addition to wild sunflowers and cassia, yellow poinciana flowers are grown here in abundance. Flowers take turns blooming, dyeing the mountain town yellow, creating a peaceful, poetic and charming scene (Photo: Ngo Minh Phuong).
Around October is the time when yellow poinciana flowers in Gia Nghia city begin to bloom and show off their colors (Photo: Ngo Minh Phuong).
In recent days, the suspension bridge over the Dak R’tih Hydropower reservoir in Dak R’Moan commune, Gia Nghia city has attracted people to take photos and admire flowers on the weekend (Photo: Thanh Hai).
Ms. Nguyen Thi Nghia, a resident of Gia Nghia city, said that the end of the rainy season is the best time to take photos of yellow poinciana flowers. This is when the flowers bloom and the lake water is also very clear (Photo: Thanh Hai).
The suspension bridge was built in 2014, in Tan An village, Dak R’moan commune, Gia Nghia city. Since the suspension bridge was installed, people’s travel has also become more convenient. The distance from Highway 14 leading to Dak R’moan village (Dak R’moan commune) is only 3km instead of more than 20km as before (Photo: Thanh Hai)
Seen from afar, the Dak R’moan suspension bridge spans the bed of the Dak R’tíh hydropower reservoir, the two sides of the concrete road at both ends of the bridge are covered with yellow poinciana flowers (Photo: Ngo Minh Phuong).
The yellow poinciana flower is a typical flower of Gia Nghia city. Unlike red poinciana flowers, yellow poinciana flowers bloom at the end of the rainy season every year, which is around September and October (Photo: Thanh Hai).
In addition to the Dak R’tíh suspension bridge area, yellow phoenix flowers are grown in many localities in Dak Nong province. In the photo, yellow poinciana flowers at the Provincial Party Committee of Dak Nong province (Photo: Ngo Minh Phuong).
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