Top Choice Church in Kon Tum

Immaculate Conception Cathedral

Built entirely from wood, this stunning cathedral from the French era has a dark frontage, yellow trim and wide terraces. Known to the locals as the 'wooden church', inside it’s light, airy and elegant, with incredi…
Museum in Kon Tum

Seminary & Hill-Tribe Museum

This lovely old Catholic seminary was built in 1934. The 'traditional room' upstairs functions as an absorbing museum of hill-tribe life and the Kon Tum diocese, with English descriptions of rites and excellent exam…
Village in Kon Tum

Ya Chim

Ya Chim is the collective name for a group of eight Jarai villages, which start 17km southwest of Kon Tum. In them, you'll find traditional cemeteries complete with wooden mourning figures. You may see villagers 'fe…
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Ktu

Five kilometres to the southeast of Kon Tum, the village of Kon Ktu is reachable across the suspension bridge and along a potholed road. There's a beautiful rong here, right near the Catholic church, and you can wat…
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Klor

Near the suspension bridge across the river you'll find a large, immaculate rong in the village of Kon Klor.
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Harachot

Kon Harachot's beautiful rong sits next to the rustic football field.
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Tum Konam

Near Kon Harachot, this village has a large and appealing rong.
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Jodreh

Northeast of Kon Tum, this village has a small rong and you can observe tranquil riverside activities. It's a poor place, even by local standards, so not great for overnight stays.
Village in Kon Tum

Plei Thonghia

This village is just west of Kon Tum; you can watch local boys swimming with the cattle from the pastureland across the river.
Village in Kon Tum

Kon Tum Kopong

You may see villagers weaving baskets out of bamboo along the streets of Kon Tum Kopong village.