Kon Jo Dri is the village of Ba Na ethnic minority people in Kon Tum province. Its Rong house was built in 1977 with the height of 16 metres and the width of 12 meters. This is the place of meetings of Ba Na people.
It is surrounded by ancient trees and poetic scenery, which helps it become the symbol and pride of residents.
Big logs inside the house. The floor is made from pieces of wood and bamboo.
The roof is made from grass of up to 20 centimetres in thickness.
Ba Na children bring with them the typical characteristics of Kon Jo Ri.
The village belongs to the key tourism route of the province.
Kon Klor bridge, the largest and most beautiful cable-stayed bridge in the Central Highlands, links Kon Tum city and Kon Jo Dri village.