Dak Nong Province in Vietnam's Central Highlands region is currently in its most beautiful season of the year, so visiting its city Gia Nghia promises to bring tourists a trip to remember.
Dak Nong has an average altitude of about 600-700 meters above sea level and its famous Ta Dung Lake is located at 1,982 meters above sea level.
The Central Highlands province has two distinct climates, including the rainy season, from April to the end of November with over 90 percent of the year's rainfall, and the dry season from December to the end of March next year.
Local average annual temperatures are around 22-23 degrees Celsius.
The highest mercury can reach 35 degrees Celsius with April being the hottest month, while the lowest temperature is around 14 degrees Celsius with December being the coldest month.
At this time, Dak Nong is cool and chilly in the early morning and turns warmer when the sun comes up.
Those who opt to take an early morning walk can be treated to romantic scenes of clouds perched on the hillsides and on the roofs of local houses.
|Clouds blanket parts of Gia Nghia City in Da Nong Province, Vietnam in the early morning. Photo: Duc Lap / Tuoi Tre
|Clouds perch on hills in Gia Nghia City, Da Nong Province, Vietnam. Photo: Duc Lap / Tuoi Tre
|Some people compare Dak Nong in this season to the tourist city of Da Lat. Photo: Duc Lap / Tuoi Tre
|Gia Nghia is in its most beautiful season of the year. Photo: Duc Lap / Tuoi Tre