Kbang Tourism Festival 2019 to promote Gia Lai province

Kbang Tourism Festival 2019 to promote Gia Lai province

Kbang Tourism Festival 2019 will be held from July 26 to 28, in Kbang district, Gia Lai province to promote tourism in the Central Highlands region.
Central Highlands struggles to cope with migrants

Central Highlands struggles to cope with migrants

The Central Highlands has found itself the ‘last resort’ destination for impoverished people from across the country seeking a new life on the area’s fertile soil in recent years.
Brand-building in Central Highlands

Brand-building in Central Highlands

Despite the convergence of many opportunities in the fields of agriculture, processing, clean energy, and tourism, the Central Highlands region is still facing plenty of challenges as it aims to become one of seven key tourist areas of Vietnam by 2020.
Festival displays cultural value of brocade

Festival displays cultural value of brocade

A performance gathering 2,000 artists from around the nation opened the first Vietnamese Brocade Festival on January 14 in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong.
Smoked pork – Tet speciality in Central Highlands

Smoked pork – Tet speciality in Central Highlands

For ethic minorities in the Central Highlands, wine and smoked meats are must-have items during Tet festival.
Gia Lai replaces old coffee trees with new trees

Gia Lai replaces old coffee trees with new trees

The Tay Nguyen (Central Highlands) province of Gia Lai is providing free coffee seedlings and farming techniques for farmers in an effort to replace old, unproductive coffee trees.
Coffee firms left with bitter taste

Coffee firms left with bitter taste

Central Highlands coffee trading giants face going bust due to colossal debts.
Region a key central attraction

Region a key central attraction

The Central Highlands region has harvested many prominent agricultural achievements thanks to a wide range of advantages.
Hoang Anh Gia Lai takes big steps forward

Hoang Anh Gia Lai takes big steps forward

Hoang Anh Gia Lai, one of Vietnam’s leading private economic groups based in the Central Highlands Gia Lai province’s Pleiku city, has marked an important milestone this year by the restructuring its business systems and setting up affiliates in key business fields.
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