The Hanoitimes - Trunks of the trees are painted and covered with special materials by ten artists in three months while as many as 30,000 branches and leaves are imported.
A path with two lines of red maple trees in Long Bien district, Hanoi has been listed one of the unmissable check-in locations for photography lovers thanks to its chill and romantic images.
Located three kilometers from the center of Hanoi, the road of red maple trees in Long Bien Flower Plateau is set up just as stunning as a filming studio. It features two lines of 30 artificial red maple trees, of which 24 trees are 13m high and six others are 18m high.
Trunks of the trees are painted and covered with special materials by ten artists in three months while as many as 30,000 branches and leaves were imported. The artists arranged the layers of branches and leaves according to the red and yellow colors to create vibrant scenes. Since its first day of opening, the path received hundreds of visitors who came to take photographs and make videos.
According to Bui Duc Minh, the manager of the Long Bien Flower Plateau, the idea of setting up this path originated from South Korean film set. It is expected that Hanoi residents can enjoy the beautiful scenery, which is also added to the host of the city’s photographic destinations.
Some photos of the red maple path:
The path welcomed hundreds of people taking photos and visiting.
The scenary resembles to some South Korean film set.
Photos: Tien Phong newspaper.