Central Highlands Tour 3D3N: Be captivated by the natural scenery amidst the majestic mountains

The 3D3D Tay Nguyen Tour takes you back to nature amidst the majestic mountains, admiring the scenery of mountains, forests, waterfalls, streams… and unique architecture on the charming plateau.

Central Highlands Tour 3D3N: Be captivated by the natural scenery amidst the majestic mountains

Kon Tum wooden church

Starting the 3D3D tour of the Central Highlands, visitors will visit Kon Tum wooden church, also known as Kon Tum cathedral, designed and initiated by a French priest.

tour-western-highlands-3d3d-ivivuThe church’s architecture is designed in harmony between Roman architecture and the wooden stilt houses of the Ba Na people. A unique combination of Western culture and online culture imbued with the national identity of the Central Highlands region. The materials used to build the church are also very special, not made of stone like Phat Diem stone church (Ninh Binh), nor made of bricks or reinforced concrete like other churches, but completely made of the best wood. at the time. The entire church is a closed building with a harmonious layout including: synagogue, reception house, exhibition house, communal house, orphanage, carpentry facility, sewing facility, and brocade weaving facility.

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Photo: @phun_toc_quoan

Mang Den

Mang Den is a beautiful destination in the 3D3N tour of the Central Highlands. This place is considered an “ecological paradise” in a town in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province. Due to the mild climate, there are many flora and fauna living here, flowers bloom in four seasons, and beautiful natural scenery. There are three lakes and seven mountains, so this place is considered an “ecological paradise” – the “muse” of Kon Tum. Traveling to Mang Den, you will have the opportunity to walk on winding roads, with rows of green pine trees on both sides, and the sweet scent of forest flowers.

The road to Mang Den town with pine forests on both sides.  Photo: Mangdentrongtoi.

The road to Mang Den town with pine forests on both sides. Photo: Mangdentrongtoi.

Pa Si waterfall tourist area

Photo: Hai Do Van

Photo: Hai Do Van

Photo: @nnuwxx

Photo: @nnuwxx

Visiting Pa Sy waterfall tourist area, tourists on the 3D3D tour of the Central Highlands have the opportunity to enjoy cool water streams and admire the wonderful nature. Just passing through the gate of Pa Sy tourist area, you will be impressed with the rich primeval forests here and the statue gardens with many extremely special works sculpted by human hands. Leaving the wooden statue garden, continue through the forest down the stone steps to reach Pa Sy waterfall, gradually the scene of Pa Sy waterfall appears before your eyes like a “fairy” hiding in the middle of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands. The strong stream of water pouring down from the 40m high peak creates a white mist of water below, you will feel very small before this majestic scene. Around the waterfall are leaf huts for visitors to rest and enjoy the space of this place.

Photo: @btran_vuong

Photo: @btran_vuong

Photo: CuongLV

Photo: CuongLV

Dak Ke Waterfall

Dak Ke Waterfall impresses with its white water and is the most famous waterfall in the legendary 7 lakes in Mang Den because of its open and spacious terrain. Surrounding the waterfall are mountains and green forests, the sound of flowing water and the sound of birds singing,… all paint a beautiful picture of the mountainous region and is the most ideal destination when traveling. Kon Tum that you must visit.

Dak Ke Lake

ho-dak-ke-ivivuComing to Dak Ke waterfall, you must definitely visit the lake with the same name. Dak Ke Lake, also known locally as Toong Ro Poong Lake, has a total area of ​​about 3 hectares located in the Mang Den eco-tourism area. The space around Dak Ke Lake is peaceful with a clear blue lake surrounded by mountains and green forests. Flowers bloom all year round around the lake, creating a charming landscape painting. Walking around Dak Ke Lake, you will feel like you are walking in a flower festival.

Dak Ke Lake.  Photo: @vonhatphuog

Dak Ke Lake. Photo: @vonhatphuog.

Khanh Lam Pagoda

The architecture of Khanh Lam pagoda includes rooms such as the main hall, Tay Lan and Dong Lan houses, bell tower, drum floor and guest houses, monks’ houses,… combined with the inherent wild space of the mountains and forests to create into an extremely majestic and solemn space. This place is very suitable for those who love quiet and peace.

Pagoda-Khanh-Lam-ivivuOur Lady of the Black Mountain

mother-mandala-ivivuOur Lady of Mang Den is a relic and Catholic pilgrimage site of Kon Tum diocese. This statue was brought to Kon Tum by helicopter. This area still has traces of the old field airport. The statue is made of reinforced concrete about 1 meter high, placed on a cement pedestal with natural pebbles, surrounded by many flowers and a thanksgiving stele. The body of the statue has the appearance of Our Lady of Fatima, but the head resembles an image of a Central Highlands woman and has no arms.

Photo: Hung Vu

Photo: Hung Vu

Hundred-year-old pine forest, Gia Lai

The hundred-year-old pine forest in Gia Lai is an extremely attractive place for tourists to visit and take photos. The special thing about the pine trees here is that when the wind passes by, people will hear a melodious whispering sound like the sound of an entire orchestra playing, which local people often call the pine ringing sound. The best time to take photos here is at dawn, when the morning dew has not yet completely dissipated, the first rays of sunlight seep through each tree branch.

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Photo: @minimalism1994

Photo: @minimalism1994

Tonle Sap Lake

Tonle Sap Lake is a place that many people “seek” to take pictures of because of its natural beauty and is likened to “Pleiku eyes”. Tonle Sap Lake is also one of the most natural and poetic lakes in the Central Highlands region with an extremely cool climate, covering an area of ​​nearly 300 hectares, located at an altitude of about 800 meters above sea level. The wonderful scenery of this place makes many hearts feel excited about an exciting journey. Pleiku Lake is a masterpiece of nature, the pride of Gia Lai people in particular and the Central Highlands in general.

Photo: Phan Nguyen

Photo: Phan Nguyen

Ako Dhong village

Ako Dhong village is also known to tourists as Co Thon village of Ma Rin village. Coming here, you will have the feeling of enjoying the most peaceful things from the peaceful, calm space to the gentle, beautiful scenery. You will have the opportunity to learn about and immerse yourself in the unique daily rhythm and traditional activities of the Ede people. The most impressive thing here is the image of ancient long houses – typical of the housing architecture of the Central Highlands people, built with materials available from nature, so it has an extremely unique architectural feature. .

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Photo: @avatarnguyenconghanhdung

Khai Doan Pagoda

Khai Doan Pagoda is considered the largest ancient pagoda in Buon Ma Thuot city and the entire Dak Lak province. This is not only the first temple of a Buddhist organization in Dak Lak but also the last temple in Vietnam to be awarded the feudal status.

Photo: @captainessy

Photo: @captainessy

The architecture of Khai Doan Pagoda is designed according to Hue communal house architecture, harmoniously combined with the Central Highlands stilt house style, mixed with a bit of modern architecture. The pagoda has a main yellow-brown color tone, creating an ancient, elegant and extremely impressive look. From afar, visitors can admire the entire ancient pagoda with its soft, curved tiled roof, in harmony with the surrounding nature, creating a beautiful, attractive scene.

Photo: @captainessy

Photo: @captainessy

Ta Dung tourist area

evil-dung-ivuTa Dung tourist area, known as “Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands”, is located in Ta Dung nature reserve in Dak Nong province. Geographically, Ta Dung lake belongs to both Dak Som commune and Dak P’lao commune. This place impresses domestic and foreign tourists with its majestic natural beauty, lush green lakes, and impressive valleys, creating an “artistic masterpiece” that is nothing more unique.

Photo: @lynhcpc

Photo: @lynhcpc

Ta-Dung-ivivu tourist area

According to Kon Tum

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Reference: Kon Tum travel guide

Kon Tum August 24, 2023


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