Central Highlands (Vietnam)
Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands) is an area in Vietnam. It shares borders with Cambodia and Laos. It includes the provinces Đắk Lak, Đắk Nong, Gia Lai, Kon Tum and Lâm Đồng. A large part of the population of Tây Nguyên consists of ethnic minorities, such as the Muong, Thai and Chinese. The largest city in the central highlands is Da Lạt.
The Highlands plays an important role for the Vietnamese foreign trade mainly as a growing area for coffee. In addition, in the highlands further flourish elsewhere in Southeast Asia rather rare fruits, such as strawberries and wine.
Regions: North West | North East | Red River Delta | North Coast Region | South Coast Region | Central Highlands | South East | Mekong Delta
Major cities: Can Tho | Da Nang | Haiphong | Hà Nội | Thành Pho Hồ Chí Minh
Provinces: An Giang | Bắc Giang | Bắc Kan | Bac Lieu | Bắc Ninh | Ba Ria- Vung Tau | Bến Tre | Bình Định | Bình Dương | Bình Phước | Bình Thuận | Cà Mau | Cao Bằng | Đắk LAC | Nong Đắk | Dien Bien | Đồng Nai | Dong Thap | Gia Lai | Hà Giang | Hải Dương | Hà Nam | Hà Tinh | Hòa Bình | Hau Giang | Hưng Yên | Khánh Hòa | Kiên Giang | Kon Tum | Lai Châu | Lâm Đồng | Lạng Sơn | Lào Cai | Long An | Nam Định | Nghe An | Ninh Binh | Ninh Thuận | Phú Thọ | Phú Yên | Quảng Bình | Quang Nam | Quang Ngai | Quảng Ninh | Quang Tri | Sóc Trăng | Sơn La | Tây Ninh | Thái Bình | Thái Nguyên | Thanh Hóa | Thua Thien Hue - | Tiền Giang | Trà Vinh | Tuyen Quang | Vinh Long | Vĩnh Phúc | Yen Bai
- Region in Vietnam