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Time to visit a place: 120 phút
Open Time: 7:00 AM -
Close Time: 10:00 PM
Address: Buôn Trí A Xã Krông Na, Huyện Buôn Đôn, Tỉnh Đắk Lắk
Ban Don was calling from Laos, but Ede people and M’nong people call it is Buon Don.
Ban Don in Laotian (the majority ethnic group has lived here when stub) means “island village” means a village was built on an island of Serepok river. This was one of the important trading points of three countries of Indochina yore on the river route. Laotians at that time, while they went upstream for business, come to this land has captivated and stayed with local Ede people build up here a village which was rich and full of culture. Residents of Ban Don today still fluent in Lao and Thai, residents crossed between indigenous Ede people and Southern Laos people.
Ban Don was set beside the Serepok River with many small islands floating between currents flowing billowing day and night. A riverside is community life of the peaceful village; the other side is Yok Don thick forest full of mystery, excitement, and as also echoed the fascinating sound of the ancient elephant hunting. Under the expert eye, Ban Don has many favorable conditions to exploit both types of tourism: ecotourism and cultural tourism. There is a big Yok Don national park (over 100 thousand hectares) ... View more