Cultural Village Kon K’Tu
can be the most iconic destination in Kon Tum for its well-preserved cultural space which represents every Ba Na Village on the central highlands.
Lying just next to Rong house Kon K’lor is the suspension bridge Kon K’lor which is the biggest bridge crossed Dakbla river. This bridge is a wonderful place to watch sunset on the river. Cross the bridge and go for 6km more, you will reach the cultural village Kon K’Tu, home to the local Ba Na community.
The Ba Na ethnic group was the first among the minorities of the Central Highlands know how to write, use buffaloes and cows for ploughing the fields. They are also known for hunting skills. Ba Na people keeps fire inside their house not only as a source of warmth but also as a communal space where people gather, sit around, eat and drink together.
Homestay is available at Cultural Village kon K’Tu – it’s an opportunity for the visitors to join and enjoy the cultural activities. You will be offered to taste their delicious foods and drinks and watch folklore performances. Another activity that worth doing is boating on Dakbla river on a dugout boat.