LAK LAKE & BUON MA THUOT - Vietnam Motorbike Vlog
LAK LAKE & BUON MA THUOT - Vietnam Motorbike Vlog
On this leg of the TRIPPED Vietnam Motorcycle adventure, Finney finally must come to terms with the fact that she has to learn how to ride her own motorcycle. It would seem the Diemers drastically overestimated how comfortable riding two up on a small 125cc motorbike would be. In her first day of solo-riding, she is thrown from the frying pan and into the fire as she navigates gravel backroads, wet mountain highways, congested cities packed with trucks, as well as dodging the random cow or wedding reception.
The destination on this leg of the journey is Buon Ma Thuot, which, truth be told, the Diemers never learn to pronounce properly (not for lack of trying). Buon Ma Thuot is the center of Vietnam coffee growing operations and homebase for Trung Nguyen Coffee Village. On top of falling in love with the country of Vietnam, Tim specifically declares his undying love for Vietnamese Ca Phe Sua Da or Iced Coffee with Milk. Trung Nguyen Coffee Village is perhaps the best place in all of Vietnam to have a definitive “best” Ca Phe Sua Da.
While in Buon Ma Thuot, the Diemers also hop over to Lak Lake in the Dak Lak Province for a day trip. The main tourist draw here is of course elephant rides across the lake. However, upon encountering a very sad elephant chained up on concrete, the Diemers decide to skip perhaps the saddest elephant ride in Vietnam.
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Discovery Daklak Vietnam,
Dak Lak (or Dac Lac) is a province located in the center of Tay Nguyen. It adjoins Gia Lai Province to the North, Lam Dong Province to the South, Dak Nong Province to the Southwest, Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa Provinces to the East, and Cambodia to the West. The border between the two countries in Dak Lak is 70 km long.
Located 1410 km from Hanoi and 320 km from Ho Chi Minh, the capital city of Dak Lak - Buon Ma Thuot, might be one of the most famous destinations in Vietnam and the place where you can find the best coffee in South East Asia.
Dak Lak Province spreads out on an area of 13085 km2 (3.9% area of the whole country). A part of the southwest slope of the Annamite Range, Dak Lak has a mostly mountainous topography (35% of its area are highlands and mountains). The average height is from 1000 to 1200 m; the highest peaks are Chu Yang Sin (2442m), Chu H’mu (2051m), Chu De (1793m), and Chu Yang Pel (1600m). In the middle of Dak Lak, one can find a flat stretch of highland which covers 53% of the natural area, with an average height of 450m. The rest of province is lower areas. One more noticeable fact is that 1/3 of Dak Lak’s area is Basalt, a precious type of earth allowing the province to develop the coffee, rubber, pepper, etc. industries.
Dak Lak is one of the most potential provinces of Vietnam in term of tourism development, because it has so many historical and natural sites, not to mention its diverse yet deeply-rooted tradition and culture. The first example is Ban Don in Dak Lak, a village which has been put on the world tourism map for its tradition of hunting and taming elephant. Besides, Buon Ma Thuot is considered one of the “Capitals of Coffee” in the world.
The exhilarating culture of Dak Lak is reflected in many forms of arts: the epic of Dam San- Xinh Nha, the language of the Ede and H’Mong ethnic groups, the music instruments such as lithophone, T’rung, K’long Put, etc. Dak Lak is also a part of The Space of Gong Culture in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, which was recognized by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity on November 25, 2005. Architecture is also another factor that Dak Lak people can totally be proud of: there are thousands traditional long stilt houses, inside which every piece of furniture is hand-made from the giant wild trees.
As forty four ethnic groups now reside in Dak Lak, the cuisines there are really diverse with all the dishes of 3 different parts of Vietnam: Northern, Middle, and Southern. Besides the mouth-watering food such as Ban Don Grilled Chiken, Ama Kong Wine is another thing that you should not (and will not) miss if you visit Dak Lak.
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Di Linh Market is located in Di Linh District, Lam Dong Province, Vietnam.
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Vietnam is a country that is divided into 64 provinces. Of these 64 provinces of Vietnam, there are 5 provinces of first level which are governed centrally.
Cities - Provinces class
Ho Chi Minh City : Largest city in the country, with 14 million people.
Hanoi : With a population of 10 million inhabitants.
Hai Phong : 2 million people.
Can Tho : More than 1.5 million inhabitants.
Da Nang : Around one million.
Below is the list of the 64 provinces of Vietnam i will show to you in my channel with more detail
North of Vietnam Pronvicias
There are 26 provinces, which are in the North of Vietnam:
Bac Giang province
Bac Kan province
Province of Bac Ninh
Province of Cao Bang
Dien Bien province
Province of Ha Giang
Ha Nam province
Province Ha Noi (Hanoi).
Note: the province of Ha Tay is now part of Hanoi
Hai Duong province
Hai Phong province
Hoa Binh province
Hung Yen province
Province of Lai Chau
Lang Son province
Lao Cai province
Nam Dinh province
Ninh Binh province
Phu Tho province
Quang Ninh province
Province of are the
Thai Binh province
Province of Thai Nguyen
Tuyen Quang province
Vinh Phuc province
Province of Yen Bai
Pronvices Vietnam Center
The center of Vietnam is divided into 16 provinces:
Binh Dinh province
Province of Da Nang
Province of Dak Lak
Province of Dak Nong
Gia Lai province
Province of Ha Tinh
Khanh Hoa province
Kon Tum province
Nghe An province
Phu Yen province
Quang Binh province
Quang Nam province
Quang Ngai province
Quang Tri province
Thanh Hoa province
Thua Thien - Hue province
South Vietnam Provinces
The southern part of Vietnam is divided into 23 provinces:
An Giang province
Ba Ria - Vung Tau province
Bac Lieu province
Province of Ben Tre
Binh Duong province
Binh Phuoc province
Binh Thuan province
Province of Ca Mau
Province of Can Tho
Dak Nong province
Dong Nai province
Dong Thap province
Hau Giang province
Province of Ho Chi Minh City
Kien Giang province
Lam Dong province
Long An province
Ninh Thuan province
Soc Trang province
Tay Ninh province
Tien Giang province
Tra Vinh province
Vinh Long province
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10 churches to pique your curiosity on a tour of Vietnam - Vietnam Travel Guide
10 churches to pique your curiosity on a tour of Vietnam
Many churches built during colonial times remain popular tourist attractions, and here are 10 of the favorites, from north to south.
The Rock Church of Sa Pa
The Rock Church is one of the few colonial heritage sites in Sa Pa, and was built by the French in 1895. The building has been well preserved and stands out as an icon in the foggy mountain resort town. No cement was used in its construction, and it is held together by a mixture of sand, lime and molasses.
The Big Church
St. Joseph’s Cathedral, built in 1886, serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hanoi for the nearly four million Catholics in the country, and thus is commonly known as Hanoi’s Big Church. The building is a popular spot for photography and can be seen in many locals’ wedding collections. The area is now surrounded by cafés.
The Eclectic Church
Phat Diem Cathedral in Ninh Binh Province, around 100 kilometers (62 miles) to the south of Hanoi, was built in 1892. It carries an eclectic blend of Vietnamese and European architectural styles, and the roof is similar to a Buddhist pagoda. The church was bombed during the Vietnam War in 1972, but restoration work has returned it to its former glory.
The Wooden Church
The century-old Cathedral of Kon Tum in the Central Highlands is considered the largest wooden church in Vietnam. Although its architecture is typical of the Romanesque style of Europe, the presence of local ethnic culture can be found in sculpted decorative details and the way beams and columns are tightly joined without nails or any kind of glue.
The Hill Church
Buon Ho Church is named after a town in Dak Lak Province, where it stands on a hill. First built in 1970 and renovated in 2008, the gothic church resembles the more famous Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral and is considered one of the most beautiful in the Central Highlands.
The Cherry Church
Domain de Marie Cathedral in Da Lat is better known as the Cherry Church after the trees planted around it. The church was built between 1930 and 1943 and is another perfect blend of western and local ethnic architecture.
The Rooster Church
The French left more than one church in their beloved Da Lat. The resort town’s biggest church, built between 1931 and 1942, is officially named Saint Nicolas Cathedral, but it is better known as Rooster Church after a statue that stands on top of the 47-meter bell tower, which can be seen from almost anywhere in the resort town. The church was built in the Romanesque style with 70 stained glass windows imported from France.
The Rock Church of Nha Trang
The Mountain Church stands on a 12-meter plinth in the center of the famous resort town of Nha Trang, and was built between 1929 and 1935 with a 28-meter tall bell tower. The gothic church was built using a kind of brick made from cement and gravel which many people mistake for stone, and thus the nickname the Rock Church.
The Dead Priest Church
Tac Say Church in the Mekong Delta’s Bac Lieu Province is also known as Father Diep Church, as it is the home of the tomb of Truong Buu Diep, a highly respected Vietnamese Catholic priest who is believed to have died protecting his followers during the war in 1946.
Notre Dame Cathedral
The Saigon church is one of the top architectural attractions in the country, partly because it offers a note of calm and ancient grace that's in striking contrast to the intense hustle of the city, the busiest in Vietnam. The church was built between 1877 and 1880 and every brick was imported from France