Talking about the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, tourists will immediately think about Da Lat city which has long been the most popular location in the region for hundreds of years ago. However, many tourists have discovered more beautiful places such as Dambri waterfall of Bao Loc city, tea plantation or Linh Quy Phap An which is known as a pagoda in the clouds, a sunset for the soul.

To experience a new face of tourism in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, from Bao Loc city to Dambri waterfall ecological tourism area, tourists can stop over at the locality’s famous tea plantation to make their own fragranced tea in a peaceful and quiet atmosphere.

Tran Thi Tra My, a tourist from Bao Loc town said she hoped more people would come there to enjoy its atmosphere, added that she was working in the city which was very crowded and stressful, so whenever ​she came, ​she felt very comfortable.

"In the future, the plantation will become an agricultural tourism area which plant organic tea, vegetable gardens, and flower hills which aim to increase value of Tan Chau’s tea trade name", said Nguyen Huu Chuc – Deputy Director of Tam Chau tea plantation, Lam Dong province.

Dambri is the most imposing waterfall in the Central Highlands. The waterfall attaches with legend stories and unique cultural characteristics of ethnic people in the region.

Nghiem Xuan Duc, Deputy Chairman of People’s Committee of Bao Loc City said "Bao Loc and neighbouring areas like Bao Lam district are home of many ethnic people such as Co Ho and Chau Ma, and Gong culture, it’s an special characteristics to develop community tourism. Local government will continue to call for investors and entrepreneurs to invest more in these areas in order to create more tourism products in the time ahead."

Linh Quy Phap An pagoda was built in 2006 but it’s only known since the last two years, the pagoda features breathtaking views from the mountaintop and a Sangri-La-like atmosphere.

Many beautiful tourism spots of the locality are waiting for tourists to discover.-VNA