Nha Trang – Buon Me Thuot – Lak Lake 2 days tour will give you an memorable trip in Buon Ma Thuot. Highlights of your trip are visits of Lak lake, Jun village, the Ethnology Museum, and discovery of the daily life of the ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands. Please come and join us!
Visiting Jun village, and M’lieng village to learn about the daily life of the ethnic minorities
Seeing many things from the daily life of the ethnic minorities in Vietnam in the Buon Ma Thuot Ethnology Museum
Day 1: Nha Trang – Lak lake – Jun village – M’Lieng village (L, D)
Upon arrival, meet the local guide at Buon Ma Thuot for city tour briefing, then have lunch before touring. In the afternoon, transfer to Lak lake. Visit Jun village, enjoy a ride on Lak lake by dug-out canoe for 1 hour to see the local people fishing . Visit M’Lieng village on the other side of the lake. Walk around the village to discover the daily life of the ethnic minorities in the Central Highlands. Ride an elephant for 1 hour. In the evening, there is an option to enjoy Gong music (on own account). Dinner and Overnight in longhouse-on-stilts by Lak lake.
Day 2: Lak lake – Buon Ma Thuot – Nha Trang (B, L)
After breakfast, move back to Buon Ma Thuot. There are some interesting things to do this morning. Visit the Ethnology Museum where we can see many things from the daily life of the ethnic minorities in Vietnam such as clothes, tools, musical instruments. Visit Buon Ma Thuot’s bustling regional market. You can buy some souvenirs before transferring to Nha Trang. Lunch stop on the way.
Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology is located in the center of Buon Ma Thuot city. It was built on the grounds of the former residence of King Bao Dai, the last emperor of Vietnam, nearly 100 years ago. The main building of the museum has a simple architectural style but reflects the cultural identity of the Central Highlands. Surrounded by a shady garden, the museum looks like a Rong- a communal stilt house- or the long traditional house of the Ede. From afar, it looks like the traditional house of the M’Nong.
Formerly called the “Dak Lak traditional house”, it was officially renamed “Dak Lak Museum of Ethnology” in 1990 and renovated in 2008. The museum has three main sections featuring three different themes: the revolutionary traditions, natural features, and cultural characteristics of the ethnic minorities of the Central Highlands. The cultural space displays 520 objects representing cultural peculiarities of ethnic minorities like the Ede, M’Nong and Jarai.
Local tour guide
Gong music show
All admission fees
Exclusive of Drinks
Private Car/Van transport
Mineral waters & cold towels
All Meals as mentioned in itinerary
01 night stay in Long house-on-stilts
What’s Not Included
Tips and gratuities
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