Crispy - sweet plums in Ta Van, Si Ma Cai

At this time, when coming to Si Ma Cai, tourists will experience and explore plum and pear orchards laden with fruit and especially, tourists can enjoy fresh, crispy, ripe and sweet Ta Van plums - was named “Vietnamese Cherry”.

When plums are ripe, the flesh inside is red and looks very attractive.

Ta Van - Si Ma Cai plum is a local plum variety, grown in highland communes such as Quan Ho Than, Lung Than, Nan San, and San Chai in Si Ma Cai district. This is a very picky plum variety, because only when planted at an altitude of over 1500m above sea level, the tree will produce more delicious, crispy and sweeter plums.

Ta Van plum when ripe has a bright red color, inside the red flesh is fragrant, crispy, sweet mixed with natural sour taste, easy to eat. In addition to eating fresh plums, Ta Van plums are also processed into delicious, cool and nutritious dishes and drinks such as plum jam, plum syrup, plum juice, pickled plums, plum yogurt...

Ta Van - Si Ma Cai plums are widely supplied in the market.

Since May 2017, Ta Van - Si Ma Cai plums have been registered and used the collective trademark "Ta Van Si Ma Cai Plums" and are widely supplied in the market. Currently, you can enjoy Ta Van - Si Ma Cai plums anywhere; however, it will be more wonderful if you come to Si Ma Cai at this time to hand-pick and enjoy fresh plums right in the orchards.

Take a moment, away from the busy city, to Si Ma Cai, where the climate is fresh and cool, to directly experience picking and enjoying the fresh plums right on the tree and feel the interesting of the land here.

Nguyen Thao

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