Thousands of prunus cerasoides cherry trees in the Central Highlands city of Da Lat are in full bloom with pinkish white blossoms, creating a magnetic attraction to the locals and visitors.
Pinkish white prunus cerasoides blossoms are bringing about
dreamlike scenes across the city which will be a favourable condition for the
city to hold the prunus cerasoides blossom festival in late January.
Visitors flock to prunus cerasoides cherry trees to take
Fascinating and delicate petals
Youngsters are eager to pose for a photo under prunus
cerasoides cherry trees
Da Lat is tinged with beautiful pink prunus cerasoides
The city becomes busier with visitors coming to enjoy
prunus cerasoides blossoms
Pinkish white blossoms creates a romantic space across the
Prunus cerasoides cherry trees are seen along many streets in the city
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