Just outside of Buon Ma Thuot is an area of a few waterfalls named Draysap. It's a very picturesque and natural place that is only now just beginning to see the starts of the Vietnamese tourism horde coming in to destroy and pollute what was once beautiful and serene.
Here is a little story of how it got it's name
This name is derived from a legend of love story between a boy and a girl who lived in this area. Everyday, H'Mi - name of the girl - used to go to the milpa with her lover. One day, while resting on a flat stone, they saw a monster, whose head was as big as a mountain, eyes like bronze urns. Its body was glittery with silvery scales. Suddenly, the monster dived down from the sky and his trunk plunged into the ground, stirring up a colossal column of water. The monster spread out its large wings, flew around several times, making a fierce rain then flied away. In terrible shock, the girl disappeared into the mist. The boy was transformed into a big stump, whose roots stuck into the rock. This place was then called the Dray Sap, or Misty Waterfall.