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Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

M’Lieng ancient village in Dak Lieng commune, Lak district of Dak Lak province is one of the rare villages that still retain the traditional tangible and intangible cultural values of the Central Highlands.

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

Traditional long stilt houses of M’nong ethnic people in M’lieng village. (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

A wooden stair leads up to the stilt house (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

Rough wooden bars are used as borders around the floor of the stilt house. (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

Stunning fields along the road to M’lieng village (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

M’nong people live mainly in the traditional stilt houses. (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

The village is home to eight ancient gong sets, aged 100-200 years. (Photo: VNP/VNA)

Ancient village where M’nong culture is preserved

There are three gong performing groups (one traditional group, two young groups) and a children arts team in M’Lieng village. (Photo: VNP/VNA)