Vietnam - Central Highlands

Stunning Valleys And Home Of Minorities



Dalat is the best starting point to do various activities in the Central Highlands. You can reach Dalat from Nha Thrang or Ho Chi Minh City.


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Buon Ma Thout is the capital of coffee in Vietnam. After Brazil, this area is second in coffee exports worldwide. Most famous coffee is Trung Nguyen which has a coffee garden including an exhibition about coffee production. You have to try a cup of coffee in a traditional Viet designed wooden-building.