+ Official office:
Add: 30 Nguyen Chi Thanh Street, Tan An Ward, Buon Ma Thuot city, DakLak province, Vietnam
Tel: (84-500) 3970777/3970 888 – Fax: (84-500) 3970889
+ HCM Office:
Add: 6th Floor, Le Thi Hong Gam Street, Nguyen Thai Binh Ward, Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: (84-08) 3822 1805/ 3822 8149 – Fax: (84-08) 3822 1836
Vietnam’s diverse natural environment, geography, history, and culture have created a great potential for the tourism industry. Vietnam’s environment includes long coastlines, forests, and mountainous areas with beautiful caves. As well, Vietnam has a history and culture of ancient architectures, religions and cults, over 54 ethnic minorities with many traditional festivals.
Vietnam has a long 4,000-year history, over which many valuable architectural heritages of rich oriental culture have been built. Traveling from north to south or from west to east, tourists will find many beautiful of nature. In particular, tourists can visit HalongBay, which is a world natural heritage site, a creation of Mother Nature, with thousands of islands and rocks of different sizes and shapes, such as a dragon, a frog, a turtle, and a fighting chicken. Inside the big islands, there are huge and wonderful caves and grottoes.
Coming to Daklak, the central highland area of Vietnam where most of rubber and coffee commodities are grown in Vietnam. It is also very well known for their ethnic minorities, as well as their elephant breading, tourists will be attracted by beautiful waterfall and by the strong and tender melody of the Gong and Chieng, a typical musical instruments of the highlanders commonly played here.