Let’s go to the Central Highlands right away, this place is so beautiful!

Please read the article to see that forgetting the Central Highlands from the previous tourist map was an extremely flawed thing.

Let’s go to the Central Highlands right away, this place is so beautiful!

Mang Den, Kon Tum

Mang Den is a town in Kon Plong district, Kon Tum province, with primeval forests and many lakes and waterfalls. The climate here is cool and fresh, suitable for tourists to avoid the summer heat. Located at an altitude of 1,100 – 1,400m above sea level, more than 50km from Kon Tum town, amidst thousands of pine trees and forest flowers, the weather in Mang Den is always chilly.

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Photo: sodababy

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Photo: crazyvietnamese

Coming to Mang Den, you will be walking on a winding road with green pine trees on both sides, faintly smelling of pine resin. The sound of birds chirping is echoing, the cool climate has the wild, majestic features of the mountains and forests. That’s why Mang Den is loved by tourists and called the Da Lat of Kon Tum.

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Photo:@star_transtar

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Photo: ms.sathy

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Photo: vien_travel_tips

Dak G’lun Waterfall, Dak Nong

Located in Dak R’Til commune, Tuy Duc district, 60km from Gia Nghia town center, the beautiful Dak G’Lun waterfall launches at a height of more than 50m and then quietly splits into two streams of water hanging on the cliff. , looks like a soft silk strip flying with the sun and wind among the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands.

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Photo: lamsonbmt

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Photo: Tuoi Tre

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Photo:@myruko

Coming to G’Lun waterfall, you will not only be surprised by the heavenly beauty of the cool waterfall, “proudly” splashing white foam on the wide foliage and undulating rocky shores under your feet, but it will also make you ” “crushing” the peaceful space, quietly feeling the relaxing moments, watching the green hills and trees and the sounds echoing throughout the mountains and forests… that is the sound of flowing waterfalls, the chirping of birds in the wind. .

Kon Klor suspension bridge, Kon Tum

Kon Klor suspension bridge is located in Kon Klor village, Kon Tum city, Kon Tum province. This is the largest and most beautiful iron suspension bridge in the Central Highlands, connecting the two banks of the Dak Bla river. Surrounding Kon Klor are mountains covered with green mulberry fields. Kon Klor Bridge has caught the rhythm of the river banks, bringing people closer together. When the bridge was put into use, it also ended the ferry trips by dugout canoe that used to go back and forth for many years.

Photo: Le Anh Tuyen

Photo: Le Anh Tuyen

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Photo: maithuway

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Photo: @toahuynhsehun

Minh Thanh Pagoda, Pleiku

As a pagoda with the most unique architecture in the Central Highlands, Minh Thanh is not only the pride of mountain town residents but also an attractive tourist destination of Pleiku. In particular, unlike other temples with characteristics of Theravada Buddhism, Minh Thanh Pagoda is heavily influenced by Chinese and Japanese architecture.

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Photo:@dennynguyen

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Photo:@vyivyi_

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Photo: @oanhnggg

The pagoda was built in 1964 by Venerable Thich Giac Dao and became a place of worship and incense offering for Buddhists in the area. Through the upheavals of history, Minh Thanh Pagoda has undergone many restorations and continues to open its doors to welcome more visitors.

Chu Dang Ya volcano

Chu Dang Ya volcano is located about 30 km northeast of the center of Gia Lai mountain town, in Ploi lagri village, Chu Dang Ya commune, Chu Pah district, hidden in the middle of majestic, green forests. Each season, Chu Dang Ya captivates tourists with a unique feature: in the rainy season, Chu Dang Ya is covered with the immense green of fields of sweet potatoes, taro or arrowroot trees, while in the dry season, thousands of Wild sunflowers bloom all over the mountainside, attracting tourists from all over.

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Photo:@vphuong.thao

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Photo: @lambaodi

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Photo: Rimmy Dieu

Kon Tum Church

Kon Tum Cathedral, also known as the Wooden Church, was built in 1913 by French priests. It is currently used as a cathedral, where the throne of the bishop of Kon Tum diocese is located. Tum. This church follows Roman architecture combined with the stilt house architecture of the Ba Na people – a combination of European style and cultural features of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The special thing about this project is that it is made entirely of wood, without using reinforced concrete or lime mortar for painting and plastering. The architectural details here are meticulously and elaborately carved to exude the natural yet heroic temperament of the indigenous people.

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Photo: @hienanh1801

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Photo: @phuongthuy0312

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Photo: @miiniie.194

Bien Ho (T’Nung Lake), Pleiku

Bien Ho (T’Nung Lake) is one of the lakes with the most natural and poetic beauty in the Central Highlands. This lake was formed from a volcanic crater, even if you look far away you still can’t see the shore. People compare Tonle Sap Lake to the eyes of the people of Gia Lai in general and of the people of Pleiku city in particular for that reason.

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Photo:@uwmexctdlt

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Photo:@lyckng

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Photo:@thynah.ng

Standing on the shore and looking into the distance, you will see the immense blue color of the sea water. The lake is located on a mountain, so when visitors stand on the shore, the sea breeze mixed with the forest breeze will give visitors a very strange and different feeling. Cycling through the forests is the way you should do to discover the mysterious beauty in those Pleiku eyes.

Ta Dung Lake, Dak Nong

Ta Dung Lake was originally a valley next to Ta Dung mountain, in Dak Som commune, Dak G’long district, Dak Nong province. Like a blue mirror that stands out among the wild mountains and forests of the Central Highlands, this place captivates many tourists when they arrive. Many people also nickname Ta Dung lake “Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands”.

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Photo:@indochinaexploretours

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Photo:@goitenemlamauxanh_

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Photo: @quengoungou

The journey to Ta Dung lake is not too difficult. After arriving in Gia Nghia town, you go about 48 km along Highway 28 to reach the lake. Although the road is long but easy to travel, driving in wild mountains and forests along both sides will leave you with unforgettable experiences.