Exhibition advertises land and people of Ha Giang to Dak Lak residents

An exhibition entitled ‘Ha Giang – A travel destination in the northernmost region’ opened at the Dak Lak provincial museum on September 16.
Visitors at the exhibition (Photo: baodaklak.vn)
Visitors at the exhibition (Photo: baodaklak.vn)

A total of 100 photos on display at the exhibition will introduce to visitors the land, people, and cultural heritages of Ha Giang province as well as the tourism potentials of the locality.

The photos portray Ha Giang as a land of 19 ethnic groups and a province with diverse cultures and spectacular landscapes, such as the Heaven Gate, the Lung Cu National Flag Pole, and the Ma Pi Leng Pass.

The exhibits also provide a glimpse of the Dong Van Karst Plateau in Dong Van District, officially recognised by UNESCO as a global karst geo-park in 2010.

The exhibition aims to introduce the typical cultural and geological values of Ha Giang province to people in Dak province and other localities in the Central Highlands in general. It also seeks to strengthen the coordination between Ha Giang and Dak Lak provincial museums.

The exhibition will run until November at Dak Lak Museum, 2 Y Ngong street, Buon Ma Thuot city.