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The magnificent waterfalls of the Central Highlands

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Standing in front of the majestic waterfalls of the Central Highlands mountains and forests, visitors cannot help but be amazed by the poetic and mysterious beauty.

Dam B'ri Waterfall

★ Village 14 Ly Thai To, Damb'ri, Bao Loc, Lam Dong

Nature has favorably endowed Lam Dong with countless wild and magnificent waterfalls. Among them is DamB'ri Waterfall which is considered a masterpiece in the middle of the jungle with a height of up to 57m and a measured width of 30m.

The usual scenery here is a space with a little misty color because of the tiny white bubbles bouncing up from the foot of the waterfall, so that on sunny days, you have the opportunity to admire each strip of rainbow shimmering dim on the water. The flowers scattered at the foot of the falls, the huts, simple roofs and unique paths leading out into the middle of the small stream, all make for a beautiful landscape like a fairyland.

Pongour Falls

★ Phu Hoi Commune, Duc Trong District, Lam Dong Province

Nam Thien First Pongour Waterfall is a famous beautiful waterfall, one of the most majestic in the Central Highlands, pouring from a height of nearly 40m, spreading more than 100m, through a multi-tiered stone terrace system. The waterfall is surrounded by primeval forest with diverse and rich vegetation.

Pongour Waterfall is divided into 7 tiers. The stone steps are flat, layered to "tear" the water source into hundreds of small streams, forming carpets of white foaming water. Below the waterfall is a wide, peaceful lake with many rocks undulating in the middle of the water.

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Lieng Nung Waterfall

★ Dak Nia Commune, Chiayi Town, Dak Nong Province

Lieng Nung Waterfall, also known as Dieu Thanh Waterfall, is one of the Central Highlands waterfalls with poetic beauty that visitors should not miss. With a height of more than 30m, standing from a distance looking back at the waterfall appears as a strip of white silk standing out among natural mountains and forests. The water flows down the rocks, shooting up tiny particles of water mixed with the sunlight to create beautiful "tiny" rainbow strips that cannot take your eyes off. The whole mountain and forest seemed to lean in front of Liang Nung, there was no other sound, only a proud, powerful solo echoing. Perhaps that's why this place is still beautifully called "heaven's gate".

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Dray Nur Waterfall - Dray Sap

★ Buon Kuop, Dray Sap Commune, Krong Ana District, Dak Lak

Referring to Buon Ma Thuot, it is impossible not to mention the majestic Dray Nur - Dray Sap waterfall next to the poetic and lyrical Serepôk River.

From the craggy cliffs, the inclined cascade cascades into the deep river, creating a magical natural picture of the Central Highlands mountains and forests. In the rainy season, the water pours violently, the water dust splashes up, making a large area become very magical. Many of you who love to explore nature when admiring these two waterfalls have not been surprised and captivated.

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Elephant Waterfall

★ Nam Ban Township, Lam Ha District, Lam Dong Province

Elephant Waterfall is located about 25km from Dalat, with a width of about 40m, a height of more than 30m. On the side of the waterfall, there are rocks like the shape of a baby elephant, so it is called Elephant Waterfall.

When coming to Elephant Waterfall, especially people can not ignore the location of Bat Cave located in the middle of the falls. From the Elephant Waterfall to the Bat Cave, you have to pass 145 steps that are quite round, sometimes stone steps attached to the cliff, when the steps of the wooden bridge. The path is quite slippery and some places have red soil, iron fist bars have breaks, so you must be very careful when coming to the falls.

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Narcissus Waterfall

★ Ea Puk Commune, Krong Nang District, Dak Lak Province;

Thuy Tien Waterfall, also known as Three Tiers Waterfall, is a famous landscape of Dak Lak province. Thuy Tien Waterfall is like a gentle hair stream of a fairy in the middle of wild mountains and forests.

On the way to the waterfall, you will swoon in the vast vast landscape, hidden somewhere are streams hidden behind green forest leaves. The chirping of birds, the rolling mountains and hills, the sound of streams gurgling like love songs. Looming somewhere in the midst of the majestic natural scenery of mountains and hills, the waterfall winds through the forest as a unique touch on the watercolor painting. It's all like retelling ancient legends imbued with love.

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