Gia Lai has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons: rainy season from May to November and dry season from December to April of the following year. The average yearly temperature ranges from 21oC to 25oC. The average annual rainfall in the western Truong Son region is 2,200-2,500mm, whereas in the eastern Truong Son region it is 1,200-1,750mm.

Tourism Development Possibility

Gia Lai is the starting point for many of the coastal domain's and Cambodia's river systems, such as the River Ba, the River Se San, and other streams. Gia Lai area contains many lakes, rapids, passes, and primeval woods that create beautiful and lyrical natural vistas, as well as the strong primal wildness of the Central Highlands' mountains and forests. It is the Kon Ka Kinh and Kon Chu Rang rainforest, which is home to many unique species; the Chu Prong district's Wild Xung Khoeng waterfall.

In Chu Se district, there lies the lyrical Phu Cuong waterfall. There are many beautiful rivers such as Da Trang stream, Mo stream, and other picturesque sites such as "Mong" wharf on the Pa river, Bien Ho (To Nung lake) on the broad and calm sea - Ham Rong mountain is 1,092m high and the summit is an extinct volcano.

Gia Lai has a historic revolutionary past, with the Tay Son Thuong region serving as King Quang Trung's base and being the hometown of the hero Nap. Many historic Gia Lai combat locations, such as Pleime, Cheo Reo, and La Rang, have gone down in history.

"Chu Dang Ya Volcano - The enchanting beauty and legend of the mountain "Wild ginger""


Chè Bàu Cạn
Bau Can Tea Field - Famous tea plantation for hundreds of years

If you have the opportunity to travel to Gia Lai, but you miss this place, it is a huge omission, the Bau Can tea field has been associated with hundreds of years with the current Chu Prong land.

Làng chài Sê San
Se San fishing village - The Western land in Gia Lai

After many years of living and catching fish, on the bed of Se San hydropower reservoir, a fishing village has been formed, also known as Se San fishing village, this fishing village is more and more crowded, people here have a peaceful life. .

Plei Op Village
Plei Op Village – A 100-year-old village in Pleiku.

Plei Op village became the first cultural and tourist village of Pleiku mountain town with a very simple but impressive beauty, meeting the sightseeing needs of tourists who want to experience the life of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands.

K50 Waterfall – Overwhelmed by the magical beauty

K50 waterfall is the symbol that Kon Chu Rang Nature Reserve (in Binh Dinh hamlet, Son Lang commune, K'Bang district, Gia Lai province) gives the beautiful waterfall managed by the reserve. K50 waterfall is located across the border between Gia Lai and Binh Dinh provinces, especially the waterfall is located in An Lao district, Binh Dinh province.