Ngọc Linh is a 2,598-metre high mountain of the Annamite Range in Vietnam. It straddles the two provinces of Quảng Nam and Kon Tum. It is considered "the roof of Southern Vietnam".
Panax vietnamensis (Vietnamese: Sâm Ngọc Linh), found for the first time in 1973, is a species of ginseng in Nam Trung Bộ and Tây Nguyên regions of Vietnam, especially in mount Ngọc Linh.
By elevation Ngoc Linh is
# 1 out of 136 in Kon Tum province # 1 out of 116 in Tỉnh Quảng Nam # 17 out of 4561 in Vietnam # 1 out of 4 in Nam Trà My District # 1 out of 30 in Đắk Glei District
By prominence Ngoc Linh is
# 1 out of 136 in Kon Tum province # 1 out of 116 in Tỉnh Quảng Nam # 1 out of 4561 in Vietnam # 1 out of 4 in Nam Trà My District # 1 out of 30 in Đắk Glei District # 1 out of 24952 in the Southeast Asia Mountains
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