Introduction to Dalat

Located at an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level, Dalat used to be a popular resort during Vietnam’s colonial history. Due to its mild climate and fascinating natural environment, it is still among the locals’ favourite holiday destinations and one of the most beloved areas for honeymooners.

The surrounding area includes misty woodlands, peaceful lakes, gargling streams and crystal waterfalls. Lang Bian Mountain and its volcanic peaks are one of the most common excursions from the city of Dalat.

The city is dominated by distinct colonial architecture, while a few oriental touches, such as imposing pagodas, contribute to a pleasant diversity. Dalat is also known for its cultural diversity, with more than 5,000 of its residents rooting back to hill tribes. Also known as ‘The City of Eternal Spring’, it is better to be visited during the winter, since the period from April to November is considered to be the area’s wet season.

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