Overview of Kon Tum Tourism

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Overview of Kon Tum Tourism

Kon Tum is a province in the north of the Gia Lai – Kon Tum plateau, one of the three major plateaus of the Central Highlands. Kon Tum has a border length of 275km, bordering lower Laos and northern Cambodia to the west, bordering Quang Nam province to the north, Quang Ngai province to the east, Gia Lai province to the south.

Overview of Kon Tum TourismMost of Kon Tum’s territory has terrain that gradually lowers from west to east and from north to south. The northern region of the province has the highest Hoa Cuong mountain range in the South; Ngok Linh peak 2,598m, Ngoc Phan peak 2,251m. This is the origin of Tranh River, Thu Bon River, Tra Khuc River, and Ba River. Kon Tum has over 50% of its area covered in forests, with primeval forests containing precious woods, special forest products and rare birds and animals. In addition, Kon Tum also has basalt land suitable for industrial crops such as rubber, coffee, tea, sugarcane, mulberry… and convenient grasslands for the development of livestock farming.

Kon Tum has a tropical monsoon plateau climate, with an average annual temperature of 23.4ºC and an average annual rainfall of 1,884mm. The rainy season is from May to October, the dry season is from November to April of the following year.

Potential for tourism development

Kon Tum town is built on the banks of the Dak Bla River, a branch of the Po Ko River, in the middle of a small plain 525m high. This is the old administrative center of France in the Central Highlands. French priests came here in 1851.

Visitors to Kon Tum will have the opportunity to visit many beautiful landscapes of the Central Highlands mountains and forests such as Ngok Linh mountain, Chu Mon Ray and Sa Thay primeval forests, Dak Tre tourist area in Kon Plong district, Dak To hot springs. . There are also Kon Tum prison, Dak Glei prison, Ho Chi Minh trail, Dak To – Tan Canh battlefield, where the heroic and glorious achievements of the nation were recorded.

Religious nation

As a province currently inhabited by more than 20 ethnic groups, 51% of the province’s population are ethnic minorities, the most numerous are Ba Na, Xo Dang, Gie Trieng, Gia Rai, B’ Rau, Ro Man… Most of the provinces are ethnic minorities. Ethnic minorities live by farming and hunting. Kon Tum has a diverse and colorful culture of the Central Highlands ethnic community. Village life of ethnic minorities with distinct customs and traditions, many unique traditional festivals such as: gong festival, buffalo stabbing ceremony, grave leaving ceremony, new rice celebration…

Kon Tum has a number of pagodas, seminaries, wooden churches, built a long time ago next to traditional communal houses with unique architecture… Coming here, visitors will see the appeal of a Western culture. Origin, of amazing landscapes.

Traffic

Kon Tum town is far from the city. Buon Ma Thuot is 246km, 215km from Quy Nhon and 49km from Pleiku. National Highway 14 runs from western Quang Nam through Kon Tum town down to Gia Lai – Dak Lak – City. Ho Chi Minh; Highway 24 connects Kon Tum with Quang Ngai.

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