Dak Nong, where colors emerge from the fog

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 About 600-700 meters above sea level, Dak Nong Province has a cool climate. Fog is present most of the day, especially around Ta Dung reservoir, often dubbed "the Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands." Photos credit: Zing.vn
 The 3,000-hectare reservoir boasts 47 big and small islands. It is at the top of the province's highest mountain, 1,982-meter Ta Dung.
 It is a home to a Hmong community who preserve their traditional living, clothes and culinary culture. They cook with wood instead of gas and hang food above the stove to keep it fresh.
 A Hmong baby
 Colorful brocade skirts are dried in front of a house.
 Near Ta Dung reservoir is Lien Nung, a 30-meter high waterfall.
 Gia Nghia Town, about 10 kilometers from Ta Dung reservoir, at night
 Sung Duc tea hill, which is at the heart of the town, is a popular venue of young people and a famous background of wedding photo shoots.
Original Vietnamese story can be found here in Zing.vn

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