Being known as a highly mountainous region, Central Highland Vietnam has not many favorable conditions to develop economics; nonetheless, the land has its own strengths in culture and tourism that cannot find in other places of the country.
Weather in Central Highland Vietnam is characterized by the tropical savanna climate. There are two distinct seasons in this region: rainy season and dry season. Due to the effects of altitude, weather varies in different topography.
Dalat weather is portrayed by characteristics of weather in Central Highlands with two main seasons: rainy season and dry season. Weather in Dalat is relatively similar to that in Sapa, though they are located in different region.
Dak Lak is one of the provinces that have potential in tourism of Vietnam thanks to relics, landscapes and diverse cultural traditions. In particular, Don Village has been known on the world tourism map as traditional hunting and taming elephants.
To immerse in the development of Vietnam economy in the international integration, industrial production in Central Highlands Vietnam needs developing more to catch up with other regions in Vietnam and enhance some key factors in the country economy.
Located in Central Highlands, Dak Nong is the home to 40 ethnic groups with unique traditional cultures and majestic scenery imbued with the characteristics of the mountain and forest in Central Highland.