Yellow-flamboyant on Son Tra Peninsula blooms brilliantly in mid-March and usually lasts until June.
In particular, the perennial yellow-flamboyant trees also provide shelter and foraging opportunities for the rare brown-shanked douc families on Son Tra Peninsula.
The colour of its characteristic flower and the image of the brown-shanked douc langurs makes a unique impression, attracting residents, tourists and photographers.
In order to capture langurs as well as the yellow flamboyant flowers, it takes time, luck and professional camera equipment as they often reside in branches several tens of meters high, according to photographer Hai Son.
The image of rare and precious langurs swinging on the tree tops, including the yellow flamboyant tree, has become the "brand name" of Son Tra Peninsula.
According to photographers experience, early morning and late afternoon, when the langurs appear, is the best time to take beautiful pictures.HA NAM