Rubber woodlands in southerly area tackle springtime colors

As springtime comes rubber trees in southerly districts start changing shade as their leaves develop into a dazzling range of reds as well as yellows.

A rubber hacienda in Binh Long Town in Binh Phuoc Province, 200 kilometers from HCMC, whose transforming colors dye the surrounding location in red as well as yellow.

Annually leaves on rubber trees in districts like Binh Phuoc, Tay Ninh as well as Dong Nai start transforming shade in late November, ending up being a large draw for professional photographers and tourists.

An institution lady rides via a rubber plantation in Duong Minh Chau District in Tay Ninh Province, 70 kilometers eastern of HCMC Area.

The majority of plantations are in very finely inhabited areas, and so visitors are recommended to take their very own food as well as beverages.

An asphalt road results in a rubber hacienda in Lengthy Khanh Town in HCMC’s bordering district of Dong Nai, which has more than 35,000 hectares of rubber, mostly in Lengthy Khanh, Cam My, Long Thanh as well as Dinh Quan areas.

A rubber tree can be touched for latex once it gets to around 6 years old. Rubber is made from latex.

The latex harvest occurs from Might to February.

A group of runners go through a rubber woodland in Dong Nai.

Girls take images in ao dai (standard Vietnamese dress) in a rubber forest in Cam My District in Dong Nai.

According to photographers, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. as well as 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. are the perfect times to shoot in rubber forests.

A worker irrigates young rubber leaves.

After the leaves redden and loss, young fallen leaves grow in their place.