The Central Highlands holds great potential for cultural and ecological tourism, but local provinces still need to work harder to develop these types of tourism effectively and sustainably, heard a national workshop on November 15.
The Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) region has replaced 118,202ha of old coffee trees by planting new ones or grafting old coffee trees with young sprouts to improve yield since 2014, or 98.5 percent of the total area to be replanted in 2014-2020.
Vietnam is in the process of getting a licence to export avocado to the US, according to the Vietnam Trade Office in the US.
Three companies in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak have been recognised by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) as prestigious export businesses in 2018.
On September 19, Dak Lak Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with the World Wide Fund for Nature in Vietnam (WWF – Vietnam) organized a Workshop on Feasibility Study of Wild Elephant GPS Collaring in Dak Lak.
A seminar on strengthening cooperation between the Central Highlands localities and Japan took place in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on October 7.
The Central Highland province of Dak Lak hopes to seek Russian partners in high-tech agriculture, post-harvest processing and tourism, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Pham Ngoc Nghi said on September 25.
Located along the legendary Truong Son Dong Road at the foot of Chu Yang Sing Mountain, Kieu hamlet in Dak Lak province is ripe for tourism development.
Dak Lak is famous for its breathtaking waterfalls. Dray Nur and Dray Sap are two of the best-known falls in the area, but there are countless more hidden away in the hills. Time your visit well to catch them in full flow. Some travellers choose to go on multi-day tours, hiking to waterfalls during the day and sleeping in ethnic homestays at night.
Two elephants have been released back to the wild in the Yok Don National Park in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak.
Dak Lak is one of the provinces that have potential in tourism of Vietnam thanks to relics, landscapes and diverse cultural traditions. In particular, Don Village has been known on the world tourism map as traditional hunting and taming elephants.
Referring to the melody of the Central Highlands gongs, people often refer to boys, carrying big gongs and beating and dancing to the music with the majestic sound of the Central Highlands. However, in Trap village, Krong Ana district, Dak Lak province, gongs were played by the Ede Bih ethnic women.
I arrived in Buôn Ma Thuột, the capital of the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk and fondly referred to as the “Queen of Coffee”, after an eight-hour bus ride.
St. Teresa Hostel run by Mary Queen of Peace sisters in Dak Lak province has been providing free education to ethnic children in the Central Highlands, helping them better understand and preserve their traditional culture.
The Ede ethnic people have long been proud of their brocade weaving and are trying to preserve the traditional craft amid the rapid industrialization, modernization, and fashion changes.