These days, along Highway 27, the section going through Da Lat and Don Duong district, you can see enormous persimmon gardens on dozens of vast hills, covering them in a brilliant orange-yellow color, alternating with the red color of the ripen persimmons.

After harvesting, persimmons are washed and peeled, treated to get rid of the sap, cleansed in sterile rooms and then hung in a greenhouse.

The fruits are tied on their stems with a string with a distance of 20 to 25 centimeters from each other so that every persimmon will receive enough sunlight and wind to dry naturally.

It takes from 20 to 25 days for the persimmons to gradually shrink due to dehydration but still retain the sugar inside./.