Tag Archives: Dalat

Da Lat – 4 unique places that you shouldn’t miss

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Hello guys, I’m Hien Giercke from Vietnam Visa Easy. I just came back from the trip to Da Lat, the most beautiful and romantic city of Vietnam. I’m so excited to sharing with you how beautiful the city is. Let’s check out the footage I recorded during the trip of the four unique places you shouldn’t miss in Da Lat. …

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Da Lat Waterfalls

“Dat Aliis Laetitiam Aliis Temperiem” (It Gives Pleasure to Some, Freshness to Others) Da Lat is a city of Lam Dong province, has been long famous all over the world for its immense charms and beauties. To many Vietnamese, Da Lat is like a small European town full of flowers among the mighty forests and mountains of Central Highland. Da …

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Most Scenic Roads in Vietnam

One of the things that make motorbiking in Vietnam so worth trying is the scenic roads throughout the country. Just like the legendary Route 66 in America, Vietnam also has its symbolic roads with stories which are remembered in history, culture and arts. Some roads are famous about how hard they were to make; some roads are attached with danger or the …

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Da Lat upgrades infrastructure to welcome Tourism Culture Week

In order to prepare Tourism-Culture Week 2013 in the late December with 4 events of national and international stature, Lam Dong province has rush for upgrading infrastructure, renovating urban and vestiges as well as scenic spots in Da Lat. As a highlights of Tourism-Culture Week, Da Lat has improved, upgraded, expanded and beautified pavement of more than 30 streets in …

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Dat Lat is covered up by colors during Flower Festival

Da Lat is overwhelmed with various flower species and bustling with flower festival. Duration from November to February is the best time to travel to Da Lat if you desire to admire beautiful flowers and join the exciting atmosphere of festival. Da Lat Flower Festival is an attractive annual event of Lam Dong province that draws a large amount of …

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100-year-old villas in Da Lat

Da Lat is always known as the land of flowers, temperate climate and ancient French villas built in the early 20th century. Ana Mandara Villas resort is managed by EMG. It is favorite destination of many tourists in Da Lat due to distinction of ancient villas and rich services. Ana Mandara Villas Dalat is situated on 100 year old pine …

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Da Lat’s flower villages prepares for festival

In order to prepare for Tourism and Culture Week 2013 in Da Lat (include 4 important programs) taking place at the end of this year, residents of traditional flower villages in Da Lat city hurry to plant seeds and execute welcoming constructions. At Thai Phien flower village, the locals has seeded more than 30 hectares for year-end harvest. The main …

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Da Lat railway station

Being closed after 20 years, Da Lat railway station is now re-opened for the public. With a series of records such as the highest station at 1,500 m high above sea level; the most unique station in Indochina; the most beautiful station in Vietnam; the only station which has steam locomotive, one of the 2 oldest station in Vietnam, Da …

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Top places for a perfect honeymoon

Autumn is considered as wedding season in Vietnam. It is also the perfect time for young couples to enjoy romantic honeymoon. Here are some popular destinations that newly-married couples often choose to enjoy memorable moments. Dalat Dalat is referred to as “Spring city” because it is year-round cool with average temperature of a day ranges from 15ºC to 24ºC and …

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2013 Culture-Tourism Week in Lam Dong

From 17th to 31st December, Dalat city in Lam Dong province will take place “Culture-Tourism Week 2013” with four main events. This is the first time ASEAN-Vietnam UNESCO Heritage Festival is held with the participant of more than 10 ASEAN nations and their partners including China, India, Korea and Japan. Accordingly, UNESCO Heritage Festival will introduce, perform and advertise unique …

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