Gia Nghia (Gia Nghĩa) is in Dak Nong Province, Central Highlands (Vietnam).
Gia Nghia town is in the southwest of the Central Highlands.
Gia Nghia is pronounced sort of like Zee-on-gee-ah. Very few foreign travelers come here, but the city is very nice, clean, and has good scenery.
Gia Nghia town has 19 ethnic groups living together including Ma, M'Nong, Thai, Nung, Tay, Muong, H'Mong, Kho Me, Dao, Gia Rai, Hoa, San Chay, Ede, Cho Ro, San Diu, San Chi, San Chay, Xe Dang, Kinh.
Weather Gia Nghia town has a rainy season lasting 7 months from April to October, dry season from November to March next year. The rainfall in the rainy season accounts for 80% of the annual rainfall.
It is 225 km from Ho Chi Minh City, and 120 km from Buon Ma Thuot city. You can take a bus from Ho Chi Minh Xity's Eastern Bus Station.
Rent a motorbike, or hire a taxi.
- Dieu Thanh Waterfall
- Three Floor Waterfall
- Dak Nong Waterfall
- Nam Nung Nature Reserve
- Jubat Plateau
- Virgin Waterfall
- Dray Sap Waterfall
- Gia Long Waterfall
- Lake Ea Sno
- Krong No River
Typical dishes of the Central Highlands such as Bitter Cacao, Giang leaf sour soup, Lam rice.
- Son Ma Restaurant, 34 Quang Trung Street, Nghia Tan, ☏ , . This is the largest restaurant in Dak Nong province, with a capacity of up to 1000 people, relatively beautiful scenery.
- Sunrise Cafe, March 23rd Street. Serving coffee, other drinks and breakfast.
- Sunrise, Dien Bien Phu, ☏ . Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 11:30.
- Daknong Lodge Resort, Block 7, Trung Nghia Ward, ☏ .
- Aluminum Hotel, Quang Trung Street, Nghia Tan Ward.
- Khach San Ho Tay is a family-run hotel in a nice location and is a good place to stay for about 160,000 to 200,000 dong per night.