|Lovely Dray K’nao Fall.|
Tourists can go to Buon Ma Thuot City from HCMC by coach in about nine hours. Then it takes an additional two hours to reach the district of M’Drak. Even though tourism there has yet to be developed, tourists will be able to admire the untapped beauty of surrounding high mountains and immense forests.
M’Drak is considered a bridge connecting Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen and Daklak provinces. There are winding roads passing by crowded residential areas and small villages. Paying a visit to M’Drak in cold weather, travelers will feel the chilly mountainous wind.
The district downtown is a bustling place where there are many houses adjacent to one another. M’Drak’s beauty is a combination of its wild surroundings and human life.
Far away from the downtown area are immense terraced fields on the hills where local folks grow crops and breed cattle. Travelers can see stunning landscapes.
An expedition to M’Drak would be incomplete without a visit to Dray K’nao Fall, five kilometers from the district downtown. Unlike other grand waterfalls in the Central Highlands, Dray K’nao curls along huge rocks, creating a pleasant sound.
|Local people are seen on a M’Drak’s road
A panasonic view of M’Drak plateau.