November 13, 2020

Lava sandstone meeting

In Dak Nong UNESCO Global Geopark, the two most abundant rock types are volcanic basalt and the sedimentary sandstone, siltstone and shale, each accounting for

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Rubber farm

Rubber trees initially only grew in the Amazon Rainforest area. Nearly 10 centuries ago, Maina native people learned that the tree’s resin could be used

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Mango farm

Mango is a popular fruit in Asia, featuring a very special taste and sweetness. Mango trees have roots that extend deep into the ground to

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Ede Village

The Ede are long-established people in the Central Highlands, belonging to the Austronesian ethnic group. The Ede language belongs to the Cham language subgroup of

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Serepok bridge

In 1898, the French began their invasion of the  Central Highlands, with the first move to Buon Don and afterward Daklak plateau. In 1904, the

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Bang Rup rapids

About 3km from Ea T’ling townlet, Cu Jut district, and about 20km from Buon Ma Thuot City along Road No.14, Bang Rup rapids is about

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Gia Long waterfall

During 1935 to 1936, on a trip to Dak Lak province, Bao Dai King – the last king of Nguyen Dynasty- and his entourage rode

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D’ray Sap waterfall

Dray Sap waterfall is located in the territory of Dak Sor commune, Krong No district. In the Ede ethnic language, it means Smoky waterfall. At

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Rice field under volcano

On the experience route “Rhapsody of fire and water”, in Nâm N’Dir commune, Krong No district there is a geosite where whoever stops by would

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Lava field

Basaltic cover accounts for more than half of Dak Nong province, of which 85-90% was formed during volcanic eruptions approximately one to several million years

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