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Eco-tourism area opens in Central Highlands

Update: January, 02/2014 - 10:03

DAK NONG  (VNS) — The Luu Ly Waterfall Eco-tourism Complex has officially opened its doors to tourists yesterday at Nam N'Jang Commune, Dak Song District, in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong.

As the largest private eco-tourism complex in the region, the attraction covers an 85-ha area, including an accommodation zone and dining area, among other things.

Tourists can not only enjoy the picturesque natural landscape of the area but also learn about the rich cultures of the different ethnic groups living in the region by watching lavish artful performances.

In addition, they can join numerous outdoor activities such as camping, trekking, and mountain climbing.

The complex is a VND200-billion (US$9.52 million) project invested by the HCM City-based Lau Dai Service and Trading Company Ltd.— VNS


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