During New Year 2019 (from December 29th, 2018 to January 1st, 2019), Dak Lak Museum welcomed nearly 166 groups of more than 1,000 domestic and foreign visitors.
In addition to the permanent exhibition and the electric model of Buon Ma Thuot victory, the visitors were provided with the information about the temporary exhibiton titled "The Central Highlands in the 1950s " and "Jars in the Ede’s life in Dak Lak". Specially, visitors also had a chance to ruou can – a specialty of the Central Highlands. “Dak Lak Museum attracts viewers from the external form to inside display quite modernly and harmonious color design, especially the way dynamic display of the exhibition “Peoples”, said Mr. Khanh from Tay Ninh. The dark gallery designed with a smart light system. The first time I came to the Museum brought me a lot of emotions ... ” or “Dak Lak Museum has a diversified displaying content, good conservation objects, and modernly clear explanatory explanation in writing, which helps him feel familiar images of culture, history and biology in the Central Highlands...”, said Thien, an architectural student. The exhibition with many different forms and types partly contributed to create new and exciting images for visitors to Dak Lak Museum.
Visitors at the exhibition agriculture
Students given the information about the traditional long house
Visitors at the temporary exhibition Jars Department of Communication
Department of Communication