40-page handbook Tourist sites in Gia Lai draw visitors from all around the world. Gia Lai province has started to develop its tourism service business in recent years, and it is predicted to become a popular tourist destination in Vietnam in the near future.
The people of Gia Lai are genuine and friendly, and the environment is poetic and charming. The indigenous people’s distinctive cultural life are the subject of several mythical myths. If you’re going to Gia Lai, start planning your trip today.
Pleiku’s sole large mountain has a significant role in the city’s landscape, ecology, and tourism. This location is so well-known that it was chosen to be on the Gia Lai province’s official logo.
Although there are no lakes or ponds around the mountain, the outer slope of this crater is softer than the heavy slope, and the trees are always green.
Se San fishing village, located 100 kilometers from Pleiku along the provincial route DT 664, is now well-known as a tourist destination as well as a site for locals to practice fishing.
When the Se san hydroelectric reservoir was built more than ten years ago, fishermen began to appear. From a single or two houses, the fishing community grew into the bustling fishing village it is today.
They come from a variety of places, including Hau Giang, An Giang, and Thua Thien Hue, and their major source of income is fishing on the Se San lake bed.
Dak Oi and A Dit streams meet fault terrain to form two parallel waterfalls 20 meters apart after flowing past the terraced fields of Dak To Pe, and then combine into a stream at the waterfall’s foot.
A double waterfall cascades down from above to a depth of around 150 meters, generating two watery strips that resemble a young woman’s beautiful hair. The stream, however, dries up during the dry season, leaving the Doi waterfall dry.
Mountains and rivers hug the shadow of the lake Ayun Ha, which is surrounded by clouds and sky. For travelers on their way to discover Gia Lai river, visiting Co Don island without a woman is a fantastic experience.
Visit Lonely Island — No Women, one of numerous uninhabited islands on Ayun Ha Lake, each a few kilometers apart. However, there is just one island in the middle of nowhere where roughly ten guys from Phu My — Binh Dinh make a livelihood. That’s how Lonely Island got its moniker.
The Xung Khoeng Waterfall is near a residential neighborhood, with steep terrain and many natural resources. Throughout the province of Gia Lai, there are numerous lovely waterfalls.
But arguably the most unique feature of Xung Khoeng waterfall is that it is located near a residential neighborhood not far from Chu Prong town’s core.
The journey to the waterfall, which is roughly 30 kilometers southwest of Pleiku city, is a similarly interesting experience, as visitors will see the large Bau Can tea garden. To get to Chu Prong town, walk down a straight road lined with cool green trees and wine.
The distance to the city center. Buu Minh Pagoda, located in Nghia Hung Commune (Chu Pah District), is one of Gia Lai’s earliest temples, located more than 15 kilometers north of Pleiku.
Tien Son, reclining behind the pagoda, faces west, staring at the lake and lake… This is the temple’s birthplace, with its ideal geographical location and feng shui.
Buu Minh Pagoda has had five abbots in nearly a century, from 1989 to the present Venerable Thich Giac Tam (Master Giac Tam).
Chu Nam Mountain is the highest mountain range in the province’s western section, located in Chu Dang Ya commune (Chu Pah district). According to a friend in our climbing group, whoever conquers Chu Nam will conquer all of Gia Lai’s high mountains.
The magnificence of the deep green plateau extending below as seen from the top of Chu Nam mountain left us speechless. The field is separated into little plots with a variety of colors, resembling a peaceful fall scene.
People here have no idea when the three-leaf pine tree was planted; all they know is that it was about the time the French arrived on the Pleiku Plateau in the early twentieth century and created So Tra, the first tea plantation.
Many young people refer to this hundred-year-old pine as the “Korean road” because of its romantic charm.
Many couples have picked the mossy, rough old pine trees of all shapes that lie between the green of the tea hills as the ideal outdoor backdrop to capture the wonderful moments of life.
Plei Op village, according to certain papers, was founded in 1927 and is now nearly 100 years old. Located in the heart of Pleiku City, around 3 kilometers from Dai Doan Square.
Despite being surrounded by congested streets, the community keeps its old identity as a JRai village. Plei Op village’s traditional communal home sits in the middle of a spacious and stable yard, adjacent to the village’s tallest tree.
Plei Op village, with its extremely modest but outstanding beauty, became the first cultural and tourism hamlet of Pleiku mountain town, serving the sightseeing demands of tourists who wish to experience the life of the Central Highlands’ mountains and woods.
Pleiku Stadium is compared to Arsenal’s “Emiratest” stadium in London, which is located far away. Of course, this analogy is meant to be humorous, which is comprehensible given the previous collaboration relationship between the HAGL JMG Arsenal football academy’s youth football training and the Arsenal club.
Because it lies in the center of the city, Dai Doan Ket Square, also known as Pleiku Square, is recognized as the “heart” of the mountain town of Pleiku. With a 600 m2 stone relief, it is the largest in the world.
The Vietnam Gemological Association also designated the largest set of gongs as the one with the most assembled stone columns, with the heaviest stone carved letter weighing 135 tons.
Dai Doan Ket Square has the largest area (12 hectares) and the most records in Vietnam, according to Guinness Vietnam. It is the square with the largest bronze statue of Ho Chi Minh and the largest stone relief of 600 m2, according to Guinness Vietnam.
The Minh Thanh Pagoda is a spiritual tourist attraction in Pleiku, a mountain town in Vietnam. Minh Thanh Pagoda is a well-known, one-of-a-kind Buddhist architectural complex in Gia Lai. The Minh Thanh Pagoda is a popular tourist spot for pedestrians.
The Minh Thanh Pagoda is also known as Thay Nam Pagoda by locals. On Nguyen Viet Xuan street in the southwest direction, the temple is about 2 kilometers from Pleiku city’s center.
Minh Thanh Pagoda is a peaceful but dignified architectural structure that blends perfectly with Asian culture.
Lao Pleiku’s house is located on Thong Nhat street in Dien Hong ward, Pleiku city, Gia Lai province, on a high red earth hill. In 1925, the French constructed a prison to house common criminals, the majority of whom were ethnic minorities from the Central Highlands.
Dien Hong Park, located in the center of Pleiku’s mountain town, is the city’s green lung. The park, with its numerous shady and romantic trees, is associated with the people of the mountain town’s childhood.
In the winter weather of Pleiku city, the park provides a location for fun, sipping coffee in a calm and fresh space where tourists can unwind.
Bien Ho is a fascinating and interesting check-in location for travelers traveling from afar to Gia Lai tourism in the mountain town of Pleiku.
In the middle of summer, visit Bien Ho to observe the “Pleiku eyes” rippling pure blue water. Bien Ho is encircled by a century-old pine forest that juts out over the sea.
Bien Ho is tied with a number of legends that the locals have woven, making Bien Ho both beautiful and sacred. It’s no surprise that Bien Ho has been linked to countless legends by generations of Pleiku people.
Tea Lake is a popular tourist destination in Gia Lai. Bien Ho Tea is a tea farm on the north bank of the Bien Ho River, about 13 kilometers from Pleiku City.
Bien Ho tea is grown in the middle of a huge field and is irrigated by a lake connected to Bien Ho’s water supply. The French regained the northern territory of the Pleiku plateau to cultivate tea from 1919 to 1920, and established a tea plantation in Bien Ho.
The Chu Dang Ya volcano has become Gia Lai’s most popular tourist destination, attracting a great number of visitors. Chu Dang Ya mountain is situated in the heart of a vast field of yellow wild sunflowers in Ia Gri hamlet.
Chu Dang Ya is claimed to be a crater produced by lava flows that erupted millions of years ago, according to many archaeological sources.
Chu Dang Ya volcano is covered in fertile basalt red soil that has fed generations of Ia Gri peasants who live at the foot of the mountain due to ancient geological processes.
The Tien Son mudflat, located in the middle of the lake, connects Bien Ho and Lake Ia Na. Gia Lai is a tourist’s paradise with a plethora of attractive attractions. The site flooded a vacant lot during the rainy season.
During the dry season, however, when the water recedes, a green grassland resembling a steppe emerges in the middle of the lake. The image of white sheep, a cotton-laden field, and the Tien Son mudflat is a “virtual living steppe” for photographers.
Ya Ly hydropower plant on the Krong B’Lah stream, near the border between Kontum province’s Sa Thay district and Gia Lai province’s Chu Pah district. To get to the Ia Ly hydroelectric project, take Highway 14 in the direction of Kontum to Km 15, then turn left and travel about 23 kilometers.
The project began in 1993 and finished in 1996. The Se San River’s hydroelectric terrace system, which stretches for more than 20 kilometers, is a modern building system.
The grandeur of the Central Highlands environment both exposes and conceals its beauty. Ia Ly Hydropower Plant is not only one of the country’s major hydroelectric facilities, but also a popular tourist site near Gia Lai.
The Ia Pech commune in the Ia Grai district, Pleiku city, Gia Lai province, is home to this particularly lovely route. For people who enjoy taking pictures and looking for new and strange images, there is a long road that avoids Pleiku. One of these areas is Pleiku Bypass.
Located on a path that avoids the steep slopes of a mountain town and is surrounded by the splendor of green woodlands. It’s as though you’ve reached the end of the road. You’ll get one-of-a-kind images from your pleasant trip across the high hills with your Gia Lai travel companions.
Pleichuet Church is located on Truong Dinh Street in Pleiku’s city center, Thang Loi Ward. The church, which has the appearance of a communal housing for ethnic minorities of the Central Highlands, is not only a place for locals to live, but also a tourist attraction that should be viewed if you have the opportunity to visit Gia Lai.
The church was constructed in the style of a Jrai communal dwelling. Communal dwellings are emblems of community culture for the people of the Central Highlands, symbolizing material and spiritual values in life.
The church is five times the size of the average communal dwelling. The structure is supported by huge pillars and has a pointed roof that slopes downhill. The church’s roof, like an arrow, points straight up into the sky.
Suburban city in the midst of the vast green rice fields of An Phu commune. Pleiku, Gia Lai province’s Dong Xanh park is a tiny representation of the Central Highlands’ mountains and woods, with traditional aspects in the people’s daily lives.
Dong Xanh Park, which covers an area of 8 hectares and is covered in green flora and fields, is a gathering place for cultural and historical documents not only of Gia Lai but also of the gorgeous Central Highlands.
Many young people and photographers are on the lookout for a pink grass hill about 20 kilometers from Pleiku city. Many locals refer to this location as the “Glar pink grass valley” because it is part of the Glar commune in the Dak Doa district.
To get to the pink grass hill from the city center, take Highway 19 for about 20 kilometers, stop at the roundabout in Dak Doa town, turn right into Glar commune, and continue for another 500 meters.
JMG Academy — Hoang Anh Gia Lai Football Academy is one of Vietnam’s top football training centers. Pleiku city, Gia Lai province, is home to the main office, which operates on a massive scale.
The academy is currently owned by HAGL Group and continues to collaborate with JMG Academy. Chairman Doan Nguyen Duc is the person in charge of running and co-managing Nguyen Tan Anh to ensure that his “pet” is well cared for.
The next great army that this master intends to bring is Course 3 of the Hoang Anh Gia Lai football academy. The Hoang Anh Gia Lai Football Academy is described in detail below.
You must have gone and checked in at Ngoc Nhu Vihara if you have ever visited Gia Lai, right? If not, you’ve made a significant mistake on your journey. What makes this location so special?
Two rows of ancient trees line the road leading to the temple; especially in the fall, this route becomes extremely lyrical; it would be a tragedy if you missed this check-in location when visiting Tinh. Ngoc Xa That’s it.
Mo Waterfall, as lovely as a sleeping princess in the jungle, is a new tourist attraction in Gia Lai. Located around 50 kilometers west of Pleiku city along the provincial road DT664 to the west, on a tributary of the famed Po Ko river flowing west.
Visitors will feel refreshed as they stroll through the vast rubber forest that runs in a straight line to reach Mo waterfall. In the winter, the rubber leaves turn yellow and blow in the wind as if they were in a romance film.
Phu Cuong waterfall (Dun commune, Chu Se district) is located on the course of Ia Pet stream, flowing into the Ayun River and then downstream to Ayun Lake. It runs on the lava bed of an inactive volcano. Summer.
Because of its wild and beautiful natural beauty, this is one of the places tourists should not miss when visiting Gia Lai.
The Phu Cuong Waterfall is just 44 kilometers from Pleiku City. From the city center, travel southeast past Ham Rong mountain and along Highway 14 until you reach Chu Se district’s administrative center.
Turn left at the Chu Se intersection onto Highway 25, and after about 5 kilometers, you’ll notice a sign pointing to the waterfall.
The Kon Ka Kinh National Park is located in Gia Lai province’s northeast, 50 kilometers northeast of Pleiku city, and is divided into five communes: Dak Roong, Kroong, Kron Pne, and K’Bang district. Dak Doa district’s Ha Dong commune and Mang Yang district’s Ayun commune
Kon Ka Kinh National Park is known for its unique forest flora and fauna, but it also draws scholars and tourists with its system of rivers, streams, and waterfalls…
Typical waterfalls include Dak Pooc, Dak Ko Bung, and others. The year-round foggy attracts and pushes children to explore Kon Ka Kinh mountain, Gia Lai’s highest peak, with a height of 1,748m. folks.
The name Kon Ka Kinh also means “highest mountain peak,” at a height of 1,748 meters above sea level, and is known as the “top of Gia Lai province.”
The three roles of Kon Ka Kinh National Park are tight protection zone (17,137.5 ha), ecological rehabilitation subdivision (23,990 ha), and administrative service subdivision (929.8ha).
Deep in the forest, the Kon Bong Waterfall is known by two names. Three Floor Waterfall is another name for Kon Bong Waterfall. To appreciate this waterfall’s breathtaking and pristine beauty, we must travel 60 kilometers from Kbang district’s center to Dak Rong commune, Kbang.
The water rushes through the rocks from the third floor to the last floor of the waterfall, which is located in a massive basin surrounded by steep cliffs.
During the rainy season, a large volume of water runs swiftly, spraying mist all over an area as if it wanted to cool the entire forest.
Kon Chu Rang, which is largely in Gia Lai province, boasts a diverse and vibrant vegetation. Kon Chu Rang is home to beautiful and magnificent waterfalls, as well as a network of interconnected rivers and streams that will provide travelers with a variety of exciting travel opportunities.
The Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve is situated on a plateau with a wide range of geology. Coming here, you will be awestruck by the linked system of mountains, rivers, streams, rapids, and tropical woods that form a stunning image.
The natural conditions at Kon Chu Rang are not suitable for individuals seeking a comfortable and luxurious vacation. It’s a sort of adventure and discovery tourism for those who enjoy adventure and aren’t frightened of hard work while on a quest for knowledge.
The picturesque waterfall controlled by Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve (in Binh Dinh hamlet, Son Lang commune, K’Bang district, Gia Lai province) is known as the K50 waterfall.
The K50 waterfall is located on the border between the provinces of Gia Lai and Binh Dinh, specifically in the An Lao district of Binh Dinh province.
“Both the lyrical and whimsical area, it seems that all the quintessence of heaven, earth, and nature converge in this place,” many visitors to K50 waterfall said.
Pleiku may not be as beautiful as Da Lat, but it has its own allure. The delicate dew drops gently make everything appear and hide interesting, regardless of the season, the afternoon is also winter here.
The cold at night will make you crave a glass of red wine or a cup of hot coffee, and you will feel fantastic when you consume them. “The street is not far away, so the street of love…” “The high mountain town, the foggy mountain town, the street is not far away, so the street of love…” These words of poetry may have touched many people’s hearts.
Pleiku Mountain Town is worth seeing at least once. This highland city will undoubtedly enchant you!
This is the ideal vantage point from which to see the four sides. From here, you may get a close-up glimpse of the city’s panoramic perspective (this area is about 3 km from the city center).
The “sad city” — the cemetery region — is located at a 60-degree angle to the right. The pine forest, which stretches to the north (Ia Der commune region, Ia Grai district) like a big green patch, can also be seen.
Pleiku night market becomes busy as the mountain town begins to light up. Many traditional Gia Lai rustic foods can be found here. The lively ambiance of the night market’s sellers and buyers contrasts with the city’s natural peaceful pace.
The night market, also known as the wholesale market, is located just outside the City Trade Center’s main entrance, at the intersection of Nguyen Thien Thuat and Le Lai streets. Pleiku.
Because we can easily locate any wonderful meal or snacks, the food court at the night market may be described as a little world of Gia Lai cuisine. Two-bowl pho, crab vermicelli, grilled pork vermicelli, chicken sticky rice, grilled pig belly, grilled spring rolls, meat rolls or duck eggs, salad…
The initial products that emerge from this small market village have contributed to the appearance of Pleiku urban area for about a century of formation and development, even if it is not the first market.
It is unknown how many hamlets and markets there are in Pleiku city. However, no one in Pleiku is aware of the existence of “Little Market Village.” The secretive people keep their ideas to themselves, but the brave people imitate their tongues when they describe this place: “People of the Small Market, it must be fierce!”
It is a significant oversight if you have the opportunity to travel to Gia Lai but do not visit the Bau Can tea field, which has been associated with the existing Chu Prong property for hundreds of years.
There are so many distinctions between the tea plantations of Bien Ho and Bau May that you can immediately notice them when you arrive.
While the basalt red ground changes with the seasons, wild sunflowers and cassava blossoms bloom in a brilliant yellow color on the unending green carpet of coffee gardens and tea slopes…
It would be an understatement to say that this is Gia Lai’s golden flower season. When heaven and earth begin to transition from the rainy season to the dry season, flowers bloom in full glory. Thousands of travelers from all around the world couldn’t get enough of the golden cassia blooms’ allure. But they came to amuse themselves in Tay Ho hamlet (Bau Can commune, Chu Prong district). Only a short distance from the city center. Pleiku is roughly 25 kilometers away.
The beautifully blossoming flowers on the slopes, as well as the walkway around the million-year-old volcano, draw visitors and photographers.
The wild anemone is a flower associated with the Central Highlands’ love mythology. The majority of the flowers are wild and bloom in their natural habitat. Every year, the flowering season lasts until the end of December, with the best blooming time being around two weeks.
Gia Lai, located in the North Central Highlands, has become one of the richest places in the world due to its abundant resources, warm environment, distinctive indigenous culture, kind and hospitable people… Tourism has a lot of potential for development.
Gia Lai has a lot of tourism potential that visitors can explore. Take advantage of the free time to visit Gia Lai and see the “extreme” places of tourism in the Central Highlands. Visitors are invited to visit Gia Lai Tourism. See more tourist attractions in Gia Lai.
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