Buon Ma Thuot Travel: Discover The World Coffee Museum In Vietnam
What you need to know about The World Coffee Museum
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The reason why this place is called the World Coffee Museum is that they were built to introduce the history of coffee and spread the coffee culture in Vietnam and around the world.
The museum has only been in operation for more than 3 years from November 24, 2018. However, it has soon become viral all over the country and attracts a large number of tourists coming to visit DakLak.
It is a 100-acre property in the central highland province of Dak Lak that boasts spectacular views and a museum like no other. The building, engulfed in curved archways, is inspired by long-houses, a local architectural style of the Ede, an ethnic minority group in the country. Inside, the museum—in partnership with Germany’s Kaffeemuseum Burg (Museum of Coffee)—displays more than 10,000 coffee artifacts from around the world.
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Visitors are encouraged to smell, taste, and touch coffee beans as they learn about the history and migratory patterns of the drink. Some of the earliest objects come from Vietnam, showcasing tools and instruments used by farmers to harvest the bean before its industrialization.
How to visit The World Coffee Museum in Buon Ma Thuot
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Currently, the World Coffee Museum is located on Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Tan Loi, Buon Ma Thuot City.
To get to the museum, you can go by different vehicles such as motorbikes, taxis or buses. The location is quite close to the city center, which is only about 4.2km away.
How to get to Buon Ma Thuot Museum: You can choose the route that starts from the city center, then drives along Le Duan street towards Nguyen Viet Xuan. At roundabout 6, turn to Pha Chu Trinh street, then just go straight to Nguyen Dinh Chieu and you will see the museum.
Discover The World Coffee Museum
The unique architecture
After arriving at the place, you will see the curved blocks lying on the green grass. This architecture is inspired by the long house of the Ede ethnic group, which is both special and modern. The exterior of the museum is completely covered with basalt, creating a unique beauty.
Going inside, you will also be overwhelmed by the creative architecture, accompanied by a fancy layout, and bold colors of the Central Highlands culture throughout the region. You can also smell the coffee from every corner of the museum.
Learn about the world’s amazing coffee culture
At The World Coffee Museum, you will be able to visit and see more than 10,000 coffee-related artifacts in the display areas, tools specialized in coffee production, and witness coffee collections in many other countries around the world.
Unlike museums where you know the exhibits are only placed in glass cabinets, at the world coffee museum, you will experience more than that. You are given a chance to touch, smell, hear and even taste.
Visitors here will also experience the 360-degree design space. All coffee objects will be projected 3D images for you to see from many angles, which is fanciful and vivid.
If you have come to the coffee world museum, don't forget to visit the coffee area that is both beautiful, luxurious, and modern with a European style.
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