|The museum, inaugurated in late 2018, can be found on Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street in Buon Ma Thuot City, the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak.
|The primary design of the building is based on the Nha Dai (long house) architecture of the Ede ethnic group that reside across the Central Highlands.
|The world coffee museum, the first of its kind in Vietnam, consists of open spaces specifically for exhibiting artifacts, photos, coffee tasting, and organising seminars.
|A special space is set up for visitors to sample coffee of various varieties from across the world.
|A photo exhibition aims to help guests gain greater insights into the history, culture, and development of the coffee industry, both locally and globally.
|The design of the museum seeks to receive light from outside, leaving a positive impression on tourists.
|The space within the museum has been designed in a way that is close to nature.
|The architectural style of the various ethnic groups who reside in the Central Highlands region is highly impressive for visitors.
|Numerous musical instruments of ethnic groups, including the Gong, can be seen on display at the museum.
|Among the 10,000 items on show at the museum, many date back to the 19th and 20th centuries.
|Historic Vietnamese coffee processing tools are also on display in the building.
|In the photo are ancient tools used to process coffee originating from Ethiopia.
|A coffee sorting machine manufactured in Germany in 1930.
A collection of pots and kettles made using ceramic and glass go on show.
|The ancient, intricately designed products on display impress viewers.
|An interactive area allows visitors to fully experience the local coffee culture.
|An overview of the world coffee museum as seen from above.