Ru Cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons

In early September, the green leaves turn yellow in the Ru Cha (Hue) mangrove forest, creating an impressive seasonal change picture.

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ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
Ru Cha is a 5-hectare primary mangrove forest in Tam Giang Lagoon, Thua Thien-Hue. As explained by the local people, “Ru” means forest. Ru Cha is a forest of Cha trees. The photo set was taken by two photographers Cao Ky Nhan and Cao Thi Ngoc Diem (currently living and working in Ho Chi Minh City) in Hue in early September 2020. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
Ru Cha is a famous tourist destination in Hue in recent years, attracting many young people and photographers every fall. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
From the center of Hue city, visitors can reach Ru Cha by riding along Highway 49 then turning left in the direction of Tam Giang Bridge. If you go from Thuan An fishing port, you can come here by fishing boat. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
When the leaves of a cha tree turn yellow, it will quickly fall off. Therefore, visitors should take advantage of this place to enjoy the scenery that only happens in a short time once a year. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
Chan sao (a system of fishing gears for fishermen to raise and catch seafood) in the water near the jungle. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
There are no restaurants in Ru Cha, so visitors often bring food themselves. On the way back to about 2 km away, visitors can visit Con Te and enjoy fresh seafood at popular restaurants. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
Viewed from above, Ru Cha this season is as beautiful as a European autumn forest, with the leaf arches turning yellow. (Photo: VN Express)
ru cha mangrove forest in the changing moments of seasons
The local people said that it was not easy to enter the forest. They had to wade in the water, took boats or wade in the mud. Today, visitors can ride motorbikes on concrete roads or take a small boat to go sightseeing in the forest. (Photo: VN Express)