A rugged, mountainous region of spectacular beauty, much of Vietnam’s Central Highlands remains unexplored by outsiders – a world of ethnic tribes ruled by rituals, deities, supernatural spirits and the word of the gong…
A perfect conical shape, Adam’s Peak dominates the skyline of southwest Sri Lanka’s central highlands, a sacred landmark that comes alive during pilgrimage season as devotees flock to the mountain.
The Rong House is the symbol of Kontum and Gia Lai provinces in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. It is the place where village ceremonies and festivals take place and serves as a court of justice and as a meeting place where important decisions are being made.
Khiri Travel Vietnam goes out of their way to find plenty of hill tribes residing in traditional houses. In a three-day tour we enjoy the villages of Kon Tum and Pleiku in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. The area, sharing borders with southern Laos and the far northeastern tip of Cambodia, is also on the famous Ho […]