Being blessed by nature, districts and town in Dak Nong have great potentials for land, forests, hydro-electric, natural minerals, which is favorable for developing potential economic sectors, such as: hydroelectric, mineral exploitation, tourism, High-tech agriculture… This is also a solid premise for districts in attracting domestic and foreign investments
Duc Lap coffee , Tuy Duc sweet potatoes, bitter eggplants, Rượu cần (wine drunk out of a jar through pipes), Dak Gan mangos… are specialities that can’t be mistaken of Dak Nong.
Endowed with abundant tourism potential, Dak Nong Province defines that tourism development will be a key breakthrough field in socio-economic development in 2014 and subsequent years. Therefore, the provincial government has actively instructed and adopted many long-term tourism development strategies to speed up the progress of socio-economic restructuring of the province.
Endowed with abundant tourism potential, Dak Nong province defines that tourism development will be a key breakthrough field in socio-economic development in 2014 and subsequent years. Therefore, the provincial government has actively instructed and adopted many long-term tourism development strategies to speed up the progress of socio-economic restructuring of the province.
Today, the province has many tourism attractions in operation where draw a large number of tourists every year. Tourist arrivals reached 619,000 from 2011 to 2014, of which domestic tourists were 593,110 and international tourists were 25,890. Tourism revenue grossed VND 83.5 billion. However, these results were incommensurate with the potential and development requirements of the province. Hence, tourism development is one of the key tasks now.
Dak Nong province was re-established on January 1, 2014 under the Resolution No. 23/2003/QH11 dated November 26, 2003 by the National Assembly on the basis of splitting former Dak Lak province into Dak Lak and Dak Nong provinces. As one of the five Central Highlands Provinces, Dak Nong is bordered by Dak Lak province in the East and Southeast, Binh Phuoc province in the South and Southwest, and Cambodia in the West.
From now to 2020, that is the goal of province to contribute to socio – economic growth, to transfer economic structure toward increasing proportion of tourism and service, to create more jobs, to increase income for employees and communities, to increase budget revenue, to support economic sectors to develop.
It is interesting when the M’nong created a Tam Nghet epic describing about their buffalo feast fully. According to M’nong, Tam Nget means eating meat and drinking wine together. This traditional festival is indispensable in the spiritual life of the community.
Memorial products not only bring economic value for manufacturers and businessman but also take important role in advertising local image. Being a place where there are a lot of traditional handmade jobs, Daknong there are a lot of memorial products produced, sale and attracted near and far tourists.
It is nearly 60 kilometres from Gia Nghia Town and about 3 kilometres away from No.6 provincial Road, Dak G’lun waterfall ecological tourism area is in Quang Tam commune (Tuy Duc) which remains the wild and imposing of Tay Nguyen highland.
Gia Long waterfall is located in Dak So Commune, Krong No District, at a distance of 94 kilometers from Gia Nghia Town in the direction of national road no.14 (to Buon Ma Thuot).