Timeless allure: Phu Quoc’s 300-year-old mango tree draws tourists

January 16, 2024

Diep reminisced that when she and her family resettled on the island in 2000, the mango tree was already thriving. A 300-year-old mango tree boasts curved branches in Ganh Dau Commune, Phu Quoc City, off Kien Giang Province in southern Vietnam. In recent times, the mango tree has become a prominent attraction for tourists, providing numerous photo opportunities. Men measure the trunk of a 300-year-old mango tree in Ganh Dau Commune, Phu Quoc City, off Kien Giang Province in southern Vietnam. Visitors admire a 300-year-old mango tree in Ganh Dau Commune, Phu Quoc City, off Kien Giang Province in southern Vietnam.

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