Hồ Tây Đăk Mil
Hồ Tây Đăk Mil, Đắk Mil, Đăk Nông, Vietnam
A semi-artificial lake in Ho district formed in 1940 by French colonialists to serve the coffee planting project in Vietnam. The lake is located in Dak Mil district, Dak Nong province. West Lake has a circumference of more than 10 km, an open surface area of about 108 ha with the deepest point of 15 - 17 m.
Location of Hồ Tây Đăk Mil