Published on : Wednesday, December 25, 2013
The event embraced typical characteristics of folklore culture of ethnic minority groups in Dak Nong province.
In addition to introducing the Dray-Sa waterfall, traditional wedding culture of the E De people were promoted at the event. Over the past few days, at the Dray Sap-Gia Long tourist site, tourists have a chance to admire the magnificent landscape, ride elephants and play folk games. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Le is Vice President of Dak Nong province: “ Dak Nong province is blessed with beautiful landscapes which are untouched” In the near future, we will organize more activities to promote local tourism. Under our plan, we will develop 20 tourist spots by 2020. To this end, we are upgrading our infrastructure and investing more in tourism promotion with state support”.
Source:- Vietnam Tourism
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