Kon Tum Archbishop is the place to attract visitors to learn about the unique culture and unique
Compared to the roofs of a great land, the beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands are the places that carry special spiritual and cultural meanings for the people and are also a special mark that makes Western tourists nostalgic every time I remember this sunny and windy land.
Traveling to the Central Highlands, especially to places like Gia Lai and Kon Tum, the image of huge communal houses in the center of villages always impresses visitors. The beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands are the places to enforce customary laws, organize important events, community spiritual festivals, or keep as traditional artifacts such as gongs, gongs, weapons, etc. is the place to welcome guests of the Ba Na and Grai ethnic villages. The communal house in the Central Highlands is built mainly with natural materials of the mountains and forests, mainly bamboo, thatch, wood, and bamboo with the typical architecture of a traditional stilt house and an impressive long roof.
Rong house is one of the unique “specialties” of the great land of the Central Highlands. Photo: @littlekontum
Discover the beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands that fascinate travelers
Across the villages in the Central Highlands, there are many communal houses built in villages, however, the most concentrated is still in Gia Lai, Kon Tum. Here are the famous communal houses in the Central Highlands that have been checked in by the community recently.
Check-in to the communal house is an experience favored by many travel enthusiasts. Photo:@hoangquan31196
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1. Kon So La communal house
Kon So Lal communal house is located in Ha Tay commune, Chu Pah district in the Northeast region of Gia Lai, one of the places with the most unique indigenous culture. This is also a place where many traditional communal houses are still preserved, the most prominent one being the communal house in Kon So Lal village, one of the beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands . This communal house is 320m2 wide, 20m high and is the largest communal house in the Central Highlands today.
Kon So Lal is an attractive destination in Chu Pah district, Gia Lai. Photo: baogialai
The communal house in Kon So Lal village is now a new communal house built to replace the old one that burned down in 2015 because of thunder. This communal house absolutely does not use blisters, trusses, nails and the entire frame is tied with rattan, bamboo, and rattan ropes made entirely by hand. The roof is covered with pages with a thickness of up to 20cm, inside the roof are wooden and bamboo trees that are woven very carefully and firmly.
This is the largest communal house in the Central Highlands at present. Photo: Ngo Manh Tung
Still, with the old communal house architecture, the long roof like a scythe has created a unique architectural work. The highlight of the motif here is the coriander tree and the sun, this motif is decorated on both the roof and the wooden pillars of the stairs, which are symbols of special meaning in the culture of the Ba Na people.
The Rong house is now a meeting place and a cultural destination for local people. Photo: baogialai
Coming to Kon So Lal communal house, you will see a typical architectural work of the indigenous people along with the peaceful and gentle beauty of the great thousand.
2. Kon Klor communal house
As one of the most famous communal houses in the Central Highlands, Kon Klor is a very familiar check-in place for the traveling community when coming to Kon Tum. This communal house is located on Bac Kan street, Thang Loi ward, Kon Tum city, so it is very convenient for tourists to visit and check in. Especially near the communal house is a suspension bridge with the same name as the gentle Dakbla river and the famous Ba Na village, so visitors can combine sightseeing.
Kon Klor communal house is very popular with the moving community. Photo: @tho.ne.22
The current Kon Klor communal house is a new communal house built on the foundation of the old communal house that was burned in 2010, after the communal house of Kon So Lal village, Konklor is one of the beautiful communal houses in Central Highlands with an area biggest.
The Kon Klor communal house is currently 17m2 long, 6m wide, and has a roof height of 22m2. This work is built in the style of a traditional communal house, very typical with a long roof, wooden stairs in the form of a stilt house with sharp patterns and motifs of the Ba Na ethnic people.
Kon Klor brings architecture and patterns specific to the culture of the Ba Na people. Photo:@tranminhien
The material for making the house on stilts is also very typical with bamboo, wood, thatched leaves, cork… Most especially, the pillar of this communal house is made of rotating wood, a very precious wood. As an attractive destination in Kon Tum, every day, Kon Klor communal house still welcomes many visitors to visit and check-in, this is one of the most checked-in beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands today.
Coming to Kon Tum, do not forget to visit this unique communal house. Photo:@ngocdiepstagram
3. Kon Jo Dri communal house
Referring to the beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands , Kon Jo Dri is definitely a name not to be missed. Many followers say that Kon Jo Dri communal house has a unique architecture and a very poetic setting, but this place is not so famous, so many people have missed the opportunity to visit.
Kon Jo Dri communal house is the place with the most typical features of the communal house in the Central Highlands. Photo: Gia Lai Newspaper
Kon Jo Dri communal house, also known as Kon Jo Dri, Kon Jo Ri is located in a small village of the Ba Na people in Dak Ro Wa commune, Kon Tum city. This communal house was built in 1977, at the time of its construction, it was the most prestigious communal house in the region. The building has a height of 16m2 and a width of 12m2. The thatched roof is up to 20cm thick, inside are large wooden columns that support the whole house.
The interior architecture of the communal house. Photo: Ha Du
The floor is made from smashed wooden and bamboo boards, the bamboo and wood panels are not closed and still leave gaps. Kon Jo Dri communal house is the pride of the people in the village not only because it is a meeting place, welcoming tourists to visit, but also because of its rare poetic beauty. cool, the scenery is very peaceful, making many people fascinated.
The scene is imbued with poetry and peace at Kon Jo Ri communal house. Photo: Ha Du
Check-in beautiful communal houses in the Central Highlands will bring you special experiences. The land of thousands of years has always preserved its unique culture, magnificent and majestic communal houses, the sound of gongs, the fun songs of the highlands will hold your footsteps and help you preserve the memories. The journey is so beautiful.