Chu Bluk cave complex located in Krông Nô District, Đăk Nông Province, about 40km south of Buôn Ma Thuột City, is the longest volcanic cave in Southeast Asia. It is known as an iconic destination of the Central Highlands.
Nestled within Đắk Som Commune of Đắk G’long District, the stunning Tà Đùng Lake is approximately 50km from the vibrant Gia Nghĩa Town and a further 170km from the lively metropolis of Buôn Mê Thuột City, forming part of Đắk Nông Province.
The new vehicle-free sections will be at the junctions of Nguyễn Huệ and Cao Hồng Lãnh streets in an effort of reducing traffic congestion and overloading of infrastructure in the Old Quarter and offering ‘green’ space for visitors.
Việt Nam has around 34 national parks and many other nature reserves, which are valuable resources for eco-tourism development. Using this advantages, many national parks have designed tours that combine wildlife conservation with site discovery with the aim of both attracting visitors and preserving nature.