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DESTINATION VIETNAM DAKLAK GUIDE
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ATRACTIONS IN DAKLAK
• Scenic Landscapes
• History . Culture Sites
• Cultural Travel
• Sport . Entertainment
• Ecological Travel
HIGHLIGHTS IN DAKLAK
Buon Ma Thuot Town
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DAKLAK PROVINCE TRAVEL INFORMATION
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DAKLAK PROVINCE OVERVIEW
Geography Demographics Telephone
Capital: Buon Ma Thuot
Region: Central Highlands
Area: 13,062 km2
Population:1,667,000
Density:127.6/km2
Ethnicities: Kinh, E De, Mnong,...
Calling code: 053
Town and Districts
Ea H'leo, Ea Sup, Krong Nang, Krong Buk, Buon Don, Cu M'gar, Ea Kar, M'Drac, Krong Pac, Krong Ana , Krong Bong, Lak.
General Information
Dak Lak Province is in Central Highland in 400- 800m high above sea. It has border with Gia Lai in the north and east-north, Lam Dong Province in the south, Cambodia and Dak Nong Province in the west, Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces in the east. 
Dak Lak has a large natural area. 35% the province’s area is 1,000 - 1,200m high mountain area while the Buon Ma Thuot Highland occupies 53.5%. The rich, flat red soil is a great advantage to develop long day - industrial trees like coffee, rubber, tea, and pepper..., to raise cattle and to grow forest. Alluvia soil is rice paddy and natural grass field. Dak Lak's forest has abundant wood reserve and various rare animal species as elephant, lion, tiger, beer... There are many beautiful rivers, high waterfalls and lakes.
History
The area now known as Dak Lak was originally controlled by the Kingdom of Champa. When Champa was conquered and annexed by Vietnam in the 15th century, Dak Lak was brought under loose Vietnamese rule. Later, in 1540, a noble named Bui Ta Han was appointed by the Vietnamese authorities to direct the settlement of the area by ethnic Vietnamese, bringing the highlands under more effective Vietnamese control. Military outposts were established in the area to guard against possible aggression from the west. Later, when Vietnam was occupied by the French, the French established a large number of plantations in the area. Resistance to French rule was strong in Dak Lak, with various minority tribes leading a number of significant rebellions. The most notable was a twenty-three year campaign led by N'Trang Long, a Mnong tribal leader. Later, Dak Lak was part of South Vietnam, and saw considerable action in the Vietnam War.
 


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