Dak Lak travel

Update news Dak Lak travel

The Buon Don Tourist Center in the Central Highlands province of Daklak will suspend elephant riding service starting tomorrow, February 10.

Ama H’mai museum provides an insight into life of Central Highlanders

Located in Kmrong Prong B village in Ea Tu commune, Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province, Ama H’Mai museum provides visitors with an insight into the life of Central Highlanders.

Central Highlands village full of colorful murals painted by locals

More than 30 colorful paintings of the landscapes and people of the Central Highlands along a 200m road in Tong Ju village (Dak Lak province) have turned Tong Ju into a unique tourist site.

Secrets of the Elephant King's stilt house

The unique architecture of stilt houses has been inextricably linked with Central Highland culture and tradition for thousands of years. Ethnic minorities in the region have built their houses with designs suitable to their customs and living habits.

Dreamy lake amid Central Highlands forests

Lak lake in Lien Son township of Lak district can be reached by travelling along National Road 27 for about 55 km from downtown Buon Ma Thuot, which is the capital of Dak Lak province in the Central Highlands.

A memorable trip to Dak Lak

Our remembrance of a two-day trip to the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak made two years ago remains fresh in our mind. The trip offered us unprecedented experiences.

Discovering unique world coffee museum in Dak Lak

A global coffee museum has emerged as the latest popular tourist attraction in Buon Ma Thuot City, representing an interesting suggestion for tourists keen to explore the history of the global coffee industry and take in unique architecture.

Dray Nur & Dray Sap waterfalls

The land adjacent to the two provinces of Dak Lak and Dak Nong has two wild, magnificent and romantic waterfalls of the legendary Central Highlands. They are Dray Nur (Wife) and Dray Sap (Husband) waterfalls.

Co Thon Village in Buon Ma Thuot city

Co Thon village in Dak Lak is not only the ideal destination for tourists thanks to its reputation as the king village of the Central highlands’ coffee production, but also the symbol for the typical Vietnamese village.