Depart north toward Mui Ne through the rubber plantations, the arid semi – desert landscape with cacti and shrubs, dragon fruit gardens
Sacred Hindu site of Po Nagar complex, which dates back to the seventh century. Pass by hidden wonders of the lost Cham civilization and view a stone statue that depicts the Yan Po Nagar goddess …
Our car pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi (or meeting point) and transfer to Cooking center. After finish, drop up at hotel (or meeting point) Cook and enjoy 1 starter, 2 main courses, 1 …
Da Lat is located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. It serves as Lam Dong Province’s capital city. It has several landmarks that include a golf course, lake, several waterfalls, pine forests, and hills.
Da Lat is located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. It serves as Lam Dong Province’s capital city. It has several landmarks that include a golf course, lake, several waterfalls, pine forests, and hills. The French developed it as a resort during the early 1900s. Since then, Da Lat has become one of the country’s most attractive tourist and travel destinations.
If you’re fanatic about outdoors, then you would love Da Lat for its legendary walking and biking tours. The city has plenty of offers in this regard that you would be spoilt for choice. A few options worth considering include:
Da Lat has several parks that you can visit to sample some of its best natural attractions. It has plenty of waterfalls that include Prenn Falls, Bao Dai Waterfall, Datania Waterfall and Elephant Falls among others.
Vietnam is a deeply religious country. Da Lat is not an exception. Check the city’s many sacred and religious sites for a glimpse into the local’s beliefs. A few sites worth visiting are Linh Phuoc Pagoda, Thien Vien Truc Lam, Linh Son Pagoda, and Lam Ty Ni Pagoda among others.
Da Lat also boasts of some of the most outstanding landmarks in the country. A few of these include Elephant Falls, Valley of Love, Lam Vien Square, and Dinh I Da Lat among others. The Statue of Golden Buddha is also worth checking out.
Visit Da Lat’s famed Flower Gardens for a chance to give your mind the much-needed rest. The Gardens lie to the north of Xuan Huong Lake and covers an area measuring 7,000sqm. The city is already renowned for its unmatched range of plant species and colorful flowers.
The Flower Gardens has more than 300 different types of flowers, which include:
This building is rich in history. It was once home to Vietnam’s last emperor or king – Bao Dai. Emperor Dai began his reign in 1926 when he was only 12 years old. He loved parties and good living. Visit what was once his place of residence to capture a bit of his and the city’s history. You now have a few ideas of the places to visit when in Da Lat.Share this tour
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