Da Lat At A Glance

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Dalat is quite different from anywhere else you’ll visit in Vietnam. This was certainly how the former colonists treated it – escaping to their chalets to enjoy the cooler climate. Dalat is small enough to remain charming, and the surrounding countryside is blessed with lakes, waterfalls, evergreen forests and gardens.

Located in the South Central Highlands of Viet Nam (Lang Biang Highlands), Da Lat was originally the playground of the French , and today’s “valley of love”, surrounded by cool, fresh and silently charming atmosphere.

Dalat is located about 300km from Ho Chi Minh City, and 150km from Nha Trang

The City has its airport which is located only 30km from the southern of the City.

The airport serves domestic flights from and to Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Hue, Hanoi, Vinh.


DATANLA WATER FALLS & the apline coaster

Dalat railway station

built in 1938, was designed in the Art Deco architectural style by French architects, although it incorporates the high, pointed roofs characteristic of the communal buildings of ethnic minorities from Vietnam’s Central Highlands.

Unused since abandonment of the railway during the later years of the Vietnam War, it was returned to a limited level of service in the 1990s with the reopening of a 7 km section of track leading to the nearby village of Trai Mat, operated as a tourist attraction.

Nha Tho Con Ga (Rooster Church)

Bao Dai Summer Villa

had been the palace of King Bao Dai, the last King of Nguyen dynasty, built from 1933 to 1938. It is located on a hill with pine trees and at an elevation of 1,539m above sea level. The palace is a beautiful architecture which witnessed the history of Vietnam.

Tuyen Lam lake

is located 5 kilometers distant from Dalat center. Its flows start from the legendary Tia Lake and made it location neatly in the middle of the boundless pine forests. 

The Crazy House’s  overall architecture  has acknowledged the inspiration of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí in the building’s design and has been described as expressionist in Dalat 

Da Lat Market

Xuan Huong Lake

The Valley of Love


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