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Tra Su Cajuput Forest

Tra Su Forest

Tra Su Forest

Tra Su forest is located in Van Giao commune, Tinh Bien district, An Giang province. This is a typical forest for the West of Hau River.

Which is home to many species of animals and plants belonging to the system of special-use forests of Vietnam.

Tra Su Forest

 

Here, visitors will be moved by motorboat, surf on the dirt, enjoy immense wild scenery. Moreover, with many kinds of wild plants and animals:

  • 11 animals
  • 70 species of birds
  • 22 reptiles
  • 23 fish species
  • 140 species of plants

In particular, visiting Melaleuca forest in the floating water season. Visitors will enjoy more when the forest exposes the potential natural beauty. In normal days, the average water level here is 1m but in this floating water season, the water level is up to 3m. Moreover, this resort also sells delicious fresh season specialties.

 

Tra Su Forest

Should you visit Tra Su cajuput forest in which season?

September is the floating season in Western Region in general and in Melaleuca Forest in particular. On beautiful days in the flooding season, you will be immersed in the pure nature: get up early to pick a golden flower to cook soup and enjoy a river region.

 

Tra Su Forest

What to eat when coming to this forest?

Enjoy traditional dishes at the time of reclaiming land and specialties of floating countries such as:

Grilled snakehead fish
Spiritual sour fish soup cooked flowers
Grilled field mouse with chili salt
Grilled fish with tamarind sauce
Fish salad

 

Tra Su Forest

Finally, The forest creating jobs for local workers and raising awareness of forest protection of the community.

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