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Vibrant yellow hue in pomelo orchard

Text & Photos by Hai Duong – Duy Van

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For generations, Dien pomelos have been the revered specialty of Hanoi, the capital city. This unique variety of pomelo traces its roots to Dien Village, now nestled in the sprawling expanse of Bac Tu Liem District.

Centenarian Dien pomelo trees still bear a bountiful harvest, their aged branches heavy with fruit. These time-honored pomelo orchards, adorned with ripe, golden-skinned pomelos, have transformed into enchanting havens within the heart of Hanoi, especially as Tet, the traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year, approaches.

Dressed in splendid attire, countless young individuals and families flock to these orchards to capture stunning photographs.

Amidst the bustling capital, the ripe pomelo orchards stand out as a captivating sight
Families visit the pomelo orchards on weekends
A mother and child create beautiful memories while exploring a pomelo orchard
A lady admires the golden-skinned pomelo orchard
Dressed as a farmer, another lady relishes the act of picking pomelos
As Tet approaches, thousands of ripe pomelos simultaneously transition to a vibrant yellow hue
Three elegantly dressed ladies pose for photos in such memorable moments amidst the pomelo orchards
A graceful lady, dressed in áo dài (the traditional Vietnamese long dress), surrounded by pomelos
The golden-skinned pomelo orchards offer visitors a plethora of beautiful moments
Many ladies linger in the Dien pomelo orchards for hours, savoring the beauty that envelops them
Many ladies linger in the Dien pomelo orchards for hours, savoring the beauty that envelops them
The innocent charm of a young girl amidst the pomelo orchard
Dien pomelos: substantial, splendid, and sweet

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