Recently, National Geographic magazine introduced the Coffee World Museum in Buon Ma Thuot city to readers on its Spanish-language website.
This unique museum was opened in 2018, with many of the artifacts inside transferred from the Jens Burg museum in Germany. The design of the museum is inspired by the longhouse architectural style of the local Ede ethnic group. This is also one of the rare museums in Vietnam that integrates virtual reality technology such as VR, AR to enhance the visiting experience of visitors.
This is not the first time the Coffee World Museum has been praised by international news agencies. Since opening to welcome guests at the end of 2018, the World Coffee Museum has received many compliments from international media channels such as Wanderlust, AP, ART TV,…
Every year, the Museum organizes many exhibitions on coffee, bringing together local coffee experts and is highly appreciated by many people. It is expected that at the end of this July, the museum will have a thematic exhibition “Coffee and the sacred lands of the East” and will last until the end of September 2022.