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Buon Ma Thuot intro. Known as the 'capital of coffee', the city of Buon Ma Thuot is the capital of Vietnam's Dak Lak province. This is the gateway to the large and lovely Yok Don National Park, and many of the leading Buon Ma Thuot hotels can be found conveniently close to the park entrance. Yok Don National Park is a popular place to go trekking through the forest, while the park is home to animals such as elephants, Indochinese tigers, leopards and gaur. Animal lovers will want to head on over to the nearby Ban Don village for the chance to ride through the area on the back of a mighty elephant. A number of hiking trails run around Lak Lake, and this is also a good spot for swimming and fishing, while those who enjoy messing about on the water will want to take a boat trip along the gently flowing Srepok River.
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