Dalat
Lam Dong
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Things To Do in Dalat

4.4/5
491 Reviews
Modern Architecture
_GG***37Hello everyone, I visited this place with my girlfriend and we enjoyed very much. We spend there around 2-3 hours and we very much impressed from the unique design of the house, which is also hotel. In my opinion if you are coming to dalat you off course don't have to sleep at the hotel of the crazy house, but I totally recommend to visiting this special place.
4.3/5
285 Reviews
Lake
E40***48Centre of all attractions.... This lakes makes dalat so wonderful..... Evening and morning walks and jogg is must.... And can also enjoy coffee and breakfast in beautiful cafes around the lake
4.3/5
293 Reviews
Other Sightseeing Tours
XuefeiThe retro carriages, fronts and rails here are all good places to take pictures. But unfortunately, because it is too popular here, there are so many people taking pictures. Either they wait patiently or wait in line, or they can only find some places to take pictures. For example, the entrance of a restaurant transformed from an old carriage... There is a sightseeing route at the train station (additional charge), which is bound for the nearby town of Trai Mat. It is said that each train requires more than 10 people to drive. The departure times are: 7:45, 9:50, 11 :55, 14:00, 16:05. The train's one-way time is 30 minutes, and visitors can stay in the town for 30 minutes and then take another 30 minutes to return. We didn't sit, because we rushed to Datanla Waterfall later.
4.2/5
148 Reviews
Historical Architecture
多多Tickets are 30,000 VND. Baoda is equivalent to the last emperor like Puyi. It is just a house, but it has a strong sense of age and is worth seeing. The Crazy House was very close in the past, and it was only a ten-minute walk away. A spot that can be visited or not, which is within walking distance. From the outside, Baoda’s Summer Palace is a two-story house, very simple (there is nothing to look at here, so I don’t even bother to take pictures with my mobile phone). The Bao Dai Summer Palace was the summer residence of the last emperor. It was quite modern in the 1950s and 1960s. There is a huge floor-to-ceiling window in the living room on the first floor with a garden outside, which is really nice. I think one of the highlights of Baodai Summer Palace is that there are so many flowers in every room.
4.2/5
167 Reviews
Max HodgeThe cable car starts just 3km south of the centre, with beautiful views over the countryside and an attractive pagoda on the hilltop. Meditation sessions are also available for those that want to have a more spiritual experience. Either way it's great to spend a couple of hours here and is also a good way to escape the tourists in its large grounds. Come early in the morning for an even quieter and relaxed visit.
4.5/5
145 Reviews
_GG***37Indeed a worth visit pinkish church for instagrammable photos ❤️