The Lak lake’s water is always transparent. The lake looks like a miraculous mirror when being viewed from a far distance, which amazes tourists. Particularly in the rainy season, the lake is in the ripples and seems to go far away from its banks, narrowing the distance with Giun, a typical village of M’nong ethnic minority group. In the deep-water area, tourists can travel on a dug-out canoe or a speed boat to enjoy beautiful lotuses on the lake.
The Lak lake is still wild. Despite not as attractive as famous lakes in Hanoi and Da Lat, in economic terms, the lake provides a considerable quantity of fresh-water fish.
It also supplies a giant volume of water for neighbouring fields and keeps humidity so as to cool the region in summer.
It is really wonderful to view the community’s living activities of Mo-nong group’s villages by riding on an elephant. It is also very interesting to view ethnic girls from the Giun village washing their hair by the streams, looking as dainty as fairies.
At night, the village patriarch will hold a party for tourists with grilled meat, bamboo-tube rice and ruou can (wine drunk out of a jar through pipes). At the same time, tourists have a chance to dance around the fire which is accompanied by the gong performance.
Each year, more than 11,000 international tourists join the Lak lake tour, said Dam San Trade and Tourism Company that has invested hundreds of millions of dong (Vietnamese currency) in building the Lak lake resort.
It is hoped that the service quality of the resort will be improved and more attractive products will be made to turn the resort into an interesting destination, attracting more and more tourists.