JARAI & BAHNAR TRIBE VILLAGES
These tribe villages are the “must-see” of Pleiku as the villages still preserve most of their authentic cultural aspects such as the “rong” house, houses on stilt, tomb-house special statues and unique musical and dance performances with instruments like gongs, chiengs, and many others made from stone, horns and bamboo. The visit to these villages will be more memorable during the minority’s festivals and ceremonies such as Po-thi (tomb leaving customs), buffalo stabbing, etc. The elephant rides in the nearby village of Nhon Hoa are regarded as more authentic than that of other minorities in the Plateau.
Located 15km to the north of Pleiku by the beautiful San Se River, this waterfall is 60m high with different levels of falling water. The Yaly Hydro-electric Power Plan is one of the crucial power supply of the Central Highland.
There are some former battle grounds that are opened for visit from Pleiku such as Ham Rong Mount, the former 1st Cavalry Division base at Hon Chong – An Khe, Plei Me post and Ia Drang valley.