The Central Highlands has been known as a land of unique and long-standing cultures.
Over time, the typical cultural characteristics, such as the space of gongs and the elephant hunting festival, have gradually become heritages, encompassing the spiritual life and the history of the ethnic minority groups in the region.
|Dray Nur Waterfall in Dak Nong province|
A man beating gongs on the mountain
An elephant race on Lak Lake in Dak Lak province
Late afternoon in Lak Lake
A man throwing his soul into wood carving
Konjori communal house in Kon Tum province
Cong Tien Thinh