Dalat Railway Station was a narrow-gauge railway built by Frenchmen. After the war, it was abandoned. In 1990, it was put into use for running the 7-kilometre tourism route from the Station to the nearby Trai Mat village. Dominated by orange-red tone, the Station has three sharp roofs and stained glass, highlighting the ancient exotic. The train, with open seat carriages, runs toward the terminal village. You can enjoy the scenery along the way. This is also one of the venues where locals to take wedding pictures.