Lak belongs to Lak District, Dak Lak Province. The mysterious land of Lak not only attracts tourists but also is considered as the symbol of Dak Lak's unique culture, which expresses in the sound of lithophones - a product of the traditional culture of the Central Highlands.
The myth of Lak not only appears before tourists' eyes but also is expressed by ancient stories passed down from generation to generation. If tourists do not believe, come to Lak and ask whoever there. They can tell tourists about the fierce battles between the dragon and the eel in time immemorial.
Coming to Lak Lake, tourists can learn of these old stories. They can also go boating on Lak Lake, or ride elephants to have sightseeing tours. Fascinating extras include enjoying traditional dance performance and the local specialties. If tourists get a chance to listen to the lithophones, they feel more interested in exploring this mysterious land.
Lak constitutes the hometown of Dinh Puoc Pa, lovely Kong Tua dance, Khan Tunes, Tam Pot songs, ancient stories, and legends. Lak has won kudos for its apricot forests and traditional villages. Lak Lake has inspired many couple, artists, poets and musicians. Uphill one finds the Residence of Bao Dai, the last emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty. Next to Lak Lake are Jun Village, and the Dak Phoi Revolutionary Base. Here, the traditional culture of the E De and M'Nong is still preserved, which attract tourists near and far.