The wild and peaceful landscape of Cu Lan Village.
A small suspension bridge in Cu Lan Village.
Cu Lan Village is located amid the vast greenness of pine trees.
Stilt houses at the tourism area.
Wood swings are placed at the village.
A wooden bridge over a stream which runs around the village.
There is a vast green lawn in the centre of the village for organising community activities.
hom Hom Market is the place where the locals make handicraft products and sell them to tourists.
Funny wooden or cuddly sloths are favorite souvenirs for tourists.
We came to Duoc (torch) hamlet with spacious wooden stilt houses facing a large lake, which is so tranquil and clear that it fully mirrors our reflection. There is a little “monkey” bridge across the lake, and some wooden floating rafts with which visitors can ride on while watching schools of fish in the lake. On festive days, the lake is a scene for exciting boat races. At night, torches are lit, making the entire hamlet so fanciful amid the magnificent mountains and hills.
Meanwhile, in the K’ho hamlet, with rows of the Central Highlanders’ typical stilt houses surrounded with flower gardens, visitors can learn more about the life of the local residents. In a small market, there are handicraft articles and cute souvenir items for sale. Along the hamlet lanes, varieties of flowers are growing, making the environment wholesome and beautiful. In addition, many traditional foods with local tastes are available in Cu Lan restaurant.
The hamlet’s centre is a vast green pasture where public events, entertainment or picnics can be held. At night, visitors, hand in hand, dance around the campfire, with the cheerful sounds of the gong.
Visitors to Cu Lan Village would hardly forget valuable moments after enjoying the local scenery - cool and wholesome, natural, magnificent and romantic. The cultural identities of the ethnic Central Highlanders, which have been well preserved, fascinate all visitors and have become a treasure of the site.