Located at km9, N.Road 26, Tan Hoa ward, Eatu commune, Buon Ma Thuot City. Kotam is an eco-tourist spot. This place is currently open for tourists in order to protect Kotam stream and its water-wharf of the Ede (Pak Village) as well as the traditional customs and cultures of traditional long house-on-stilts, gongs culture,…
Dray K’nao Waterfall is located in Krong Jin commune, M’Drak district, Daklak province, managed by M’Drak Forestry Company. This waterfall is offered by nature with romantic, mysterious and negledted landscape which full of Central Highlands’s natural aspect.
About 7km away from the center of Tam Giang commune, Thuy Tien waterfall is linked to the legend of Ms. H’nang with love and faithfulness of a moutainous girl.
Dray Nur waterfall is considered as the most mighty fall of the Central Highlands, located in Dray Sap commune, Krong Ana district, about 25km away from Buon Ma Thuot city center to the South.
Seven-branch waterfall, located in N’Drech hamlet, Ea Huar commune, Buon Don district, DakLak province, about 35km away from Buon Ma Thuot City to the Northwest.
Located nearby clean and romantic Lake Lak, Jun Village has a peaceful pristine beauty of the Central Highlands’ villages.
Ako D’hong Village is also called “Ako Thon Village”, located at the end of Tran Nhat Duat street, Buon Ma Thuot city. “Ako” in the Ede’s language means the source and “D’hong” means “Valley”. This village is one of the Central Highlands’ villages with long history, it is well harmony planning, retaining many
At the altitude of 500m comparing to the sea level, Lak Lake has an approximate area of 600ha, located in Lien Son town and maintained among green moutainous areas. Lak district is 56km away from Buon Ma thuot City centre to the South in accordance with N.Road 27 and 160 km far away from Da Lat to the North. This place formed an area of diverse biodiversity which is protected and developed and
46 km away from Buon Me Thuot City to the West, Ban Don Tourismex is the biggest ecological spot in the Central Highlands which is nestled in the open dry forest, with an area of 1,400 ha including over 129,3 hectares of idyllic lakes,… that made this native land charming and harmony in nature.
The King of elephant catchers’ tomb is located in Krong Na commune, Buon Don District, Dak Lak province.
Ancient House-on-stilts was start building on 17/12/1983 in Krong Na commune, Buon Don district. The house’s unique is all made of wood, the house has 3 parts with the design of Lao – Siamese architecture and can be disjointed its spare parts.
This site is belonged to Ban Don Ecotourism area, Buon Don district, Daklak province, about 42km north-west from Buon Ma Thuot City. This is a tourist bridge made of bamboo, rattan and steel cable.
Located in Knong Na commune, Buon Don district. Buon Don is proud of its “cradle” of capturing and taming wild elephants in Southeast Asia. Nature has offered for Daklak province with a mighty and romantic S’repok River. This river has many warps linked together forming the islands where there are mangrove trees growing and playing their functions as the long arms
Trung Nguyen Coffee Village is located at No. 153 Ly Thai To street, Buon Ma Thuot City. The village is a complex of many ancient houses with ancient architectural style of Hoi An from XVIII century and Ede’s long house-on-stilts which reflect the long time culture of different ethnic groups living inVietnam Central Highlands. A range of basalt and a so called coffee gardern with the
The Dak Lak Ethnology Museum is situated at No. 12 Le Duan Street, Buon Ma Thuot City. This building displays pictures, historical items and cultural artifacts of the people and life in Dak Lak province. It has two floors and most of items are displayed at the second floor with 3 spaces regarding about culture and people, biodiversity and history.