The trade routes from the Central Highlands to the Central Coast in the past

• Nguyen Thi Hoa
Institute of Sustainable Development of the Central Highlands

To exchange goods from the Central Highlands to the Central Coast of Vietnam, there must have been some trade routes in the past. Indeed, there were at least two trade routes that the Central Highlanders in Vietnam used to take to exchange goods with people on the Central Coast. One route went to the towns of Phan Ri and Phan Rang where the Cham people lived and the other route led to Khanh Hoa and Phu Yen provinces where the Kinh people lived. These were local man-made trails that started out from highlanders’ villages. Continue reading