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19/10/2021 - 16:30

Ru Cha in late autumn 

Within less than 10 kilometers away from the center of Hue City, Ru Cha is located in Thuan Hoa Village, Huong Phong Commune (Hue City). It is named Ru Cha because this place is a forest (also known as ru) with the cha (excoecaria agallocha, a mangrove species) trees, grown to prevent salinity and protect the mainland. This is a rare and precious primeval mangrove forest, within the Tam Giang lagoon system - the largest brackish water lagoon in Southeast Asia.

Ru Cha is in its season of changing leaves. The cha trees gradually loose their leaves, and bloom yellow flowers. The poetic and peaceful beauty of Ru Cha in this season has attracted visitors to visit and have photos taken. That Ru Cha in autumn is as beautiful as the European sky in Hue is the feeling of many visitors, who are going to this place to check-in.

From the city center, visitors can travel along Highway 49 towards Thuan An beach, then turn left towards Thao Long dam. After less than half an hour travelling, the forest, which is about five hectares wide, will gradually appears in front of their eyes.

Beside the yellow cha forest as dreamy as the heavenly place, images of the people working there also provide creative inspiration and materials to beautiful shimmering photos.

Hue News would like to introduce to you a photo reportage on Ru Cha in late autumn and people who are making a living there by Le Thanh Sinh, a photographer.

Dawn in Ru Cha

Daily work


Hard working

Making a living

A moment of relaxation

Dance of life

Sunshine flowers

An autumn look of the mangrove forest

The blue autumn sky

Way back home

A glimpse of homeland

By Hue News