Hanoi Cold Days Brightened Up By Striking Red Maple Leaves

Over 100 maple trees surrounding the Korean Embassy in Hanoi are coloring the area with fierce red leaves. The new hue brings a new life to the capital's splendor as the Lunar year of 2020 is drawing to a close.

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The maple tree line, known as the three-lobed maple, spans over 300 meters around the Korean Embassy in Hanoi’s Bac Tu Liem district. This particular species is characterized by its small leaf size, long petiole, and serrated leaf edge. It is widely popular in Japan, Korea, China, and Thailand. Visitors can appreciate the distinct features of this beautiful tree line.

The red maple tree is typically found in tropical climates. However, in Hanoi, it has adapted to the prolonged cold spell and its maple line has turned a vibrant shade of red, adding a new charm to the capital city.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)

The 300-meter-long maple trees in the Korean Embassy area display stunning bright red foliage during the leaf-changing season.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)

The three-lobed maple tree is a highly sought-after species in countries such as Japan, Korea, Thailand, and China.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)




A Girl and the Red Maple Leaf Selfie

A Girl Taking a Selfie with the Red Maple Leaf

Girl taking a selfie with a red maple leaf

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)

It is a rare sight in the area to witness the entire tree line transforming into a vibrant shade of red.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)

The local community member is enjoying a morning run beneath a beautiful canopy of maple trees.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)

The maple tree line in Hanoi, although cultivated for a considerable period, remains relatively unknown to local residents.

Splendid red maple leaves 'warm up' Hanoi's cold days
(Photo: Tin Tuc)
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(Photo: Tin Tuc)