Seminary & Hill-Tribe Museum
Immaculate Conception Cathedral
Built entirely from wood, this stunning cathedral from the French era has a dark frontage, sky-blue trim and wide terraces. Inside it’s...
There are several clusters of Bahnar villages on the periphery of Kon Tum. Village life here centres on the traditional rong house (nha...
Very quirky neighbourhood cafe with lots of seating in log-cabin-like and treehouse-style spaces with tribal masks overhead. A nice...
All goat, all the time. Try it steamed (de hap), grilled (de nuong), sautéed (de xao lan), curried (de cari) or opt for the...
Seminary & Hill-Tribe Museum information
Lonely Planet review
This lovely old Catholic seminary wouldn’t look out of place in a provincial French town. Built in 1934, it has a chapel with beautiful wood carvings and a 'traditional room' upstairs that functions as an unofficial museum of hill-tribe life and the Kon Tum diocese. You may have to ask one of the seminary residents to unlock the museum for you.