Synonyms for đắk_lắk_province or Related words with đắk_lắk_province

lâm_đồng_province              đắk_nông_province              điện_biên              cà_mau_province              bình_phước_province              bình_thuận_province              lào_cai_province              bắc              quảng_ninh_province              bắc_giang_province              ninh_bình_province              đắk_lắk              lâm_đồng              bạc_liêu_province              ninh_thuận_province              lai_châu_province              hòa_bình              kiên_giang_province              hà_tĩnh_province              bắc_ninh_province              quảng_bình_province              phú_thọ_province              đồng_nai_province              bến_tre_province              cao_bằng_province              đắk_nông              gia_lai              bình_phước              bình_định              bạc_liêu              đồng_tháp_province              kon_tum_province              nông              bắc_giang              vĩnh_phúc_province              bình_thuận              thừa_thiên_huế              thanh_hóa_province              bắc_kạn_province              tây_nguyên              bà_rịa_vũng_tàu              lai_châu              phú_thọ              hà_giang              khánh_hòa_province              hà_giang_province              bắc_kạn              quảng_ngãi              hóa              bảo_lộc             



Examples of "đắk_lắk_province"
Lắk is a district ("huyện") of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
Like Đắk Lắk Province, coffee, pepper and rubber are the most important products of Đắk Nông.
Dray Sáp is a commune ("xã") in Krông Ana District, Đắk Lắk Province, Vietnam.
Until recently, Đắk Nông was part of the larger Đắk Lắk Province, but is now fully independent. Before 1975, Đắk Nông was part of South Vietnam (Republic of Vietnam), and Đắk Nông Province was formerly named Quang Duc Province, but after the 1975 Viet Cong conquest over the South in the Vietnam War, Quang Duc was conjoined with Đắk Lắk Province. For Đắk Nông's history, please see Đắk Lắk Province.
Krông Ana is a district ("huyện") of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
Krông Pắk is a district ("huyện") of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
The Krông H’Năng River () is a river of Vietnam. It flows through Đắk Lắk Province for 130 kilometres.
Ea Kar () is a district ("huyện") of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
Krông Năng is a district ("huyện") of Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
Buôn Kuốp Hydroelectric Power Station is a 280MW hydroelectric power plant on the Vietnamese section of the Srepok River in Đắk Lắk Province, Vietnam.
Krông Bông is a district of Vietnam's Đắk Lắk Province. The name is originally from the language of an ethnic group in the Central Highlands.
Đoàn Văn Phúc (1998:24) lists 9 dialects of Ede. They are spoken mostly in Đắk Lắk Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam.
The 2013 Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship was the 14th staging of the AVC Club Championships. The tournament was held in Buôn Ma Thuột, Đắk Lắk Province, Vietnam.
The Cái River () is a river of Vietnam. It flows through Khánh Hòa Province and Đắk Lắk Province. The river has a basin area of 1904 km².
The Krông Nô River () is a river of Vietnam. It flows through Đắk Lắk Province for 156 kilometres and has a basin area of 3920 km².
The Đắk Sơn Massacre was a massacre committed by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, in the village of Đắk Sơn, Đắk Lắk Province, South Vietnam.
In December 1948, after persuading his family, Lan applied to work at with the police in Đắk Lắk Province at the age of 14. Due to his youth he was only assigned to cooking tasks and was later transferred to communication work. In January 1949 Lan was writing about security for the Resistance Administrative Committee of Đắk Lắk. In October of that year, he went to do clerical work for the Đắk Lắk Province teams.
Léopold Sabatier (died c. 1929) was a French colonial administrator in the province of Darlac (now Đắk Lắk Province). He was province chief and later "résident" of the province from 1914 to 1926, after serving temporarily in Kontum.
Đà Rằng River's basin area makes up southern Phú Yên Province, parts of Đắk Lắk Province, around half of Gia Lai Province and parts of Kon Tum Province and therefore, much of the eastern part of the Central Highlands.
The Krông Ana River () is a river of Vietnam. It flows through Đắk Lắk Province for 215 kilometres and has a basin area of 3960 km². It is the principal tributary of the Srepok River.