- Phuong Hoang Pass lies in the National Highway No. 26, which connects Khanh Hoa Province with Dak Lak Province.
- The Mountains resembled the wings of a phoenix, hence its name Phuong Hoang (phoenix) Pass. The pass creates a natural majestic landscape.
- From Ninh Hoa T-junction, go along National Highway No. 26, visitors will leave behind the skinned-brown heat of the delta to feel the cool air of the highland, the land of thick and interminable forests with the flavor of Buon Ma Thuot coffee.
- In the war, military strategists named this pass "the steel door - Phoenix". This is the most winding pass of 10km on National Highway No.26 (former Highway No.21). The 3rd brigade of Saigon paratroops occupied several tops, and two sides of the road, forming multi-stage field fulcrum. The artillery fire was without let-up between the 10th Division of Liberation Army and the 3rd brigade of paratroops started on the morning of March 29th, 1975 shaking violently the border of Khanh Hoa and Dak Lak. Until April 1st, 1975, our Liberation Army occupied all of Phuong Hoang Pass, the 3rd brigade of paratroops were annihilated.
- Phuong Hoang Pass is a beautiful natural landscape and the place where the Vietnamese businessmen went on their trading routes in the past. Yersin went through this pass before discovering Da Lat. On the way to Dak Lak, visitors will enjoy the spring purls, the casual rains of the highland, houses on stilts and winding routes. Phuong Hoang Pass makes visitors blend with natural environment. It is a major tourist attraction in Central Highlands.