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Dalat or Da Lat is the capital city of Lam Dong province, Vietnam. Da Lat is the City of Flowers and honeymooners with lovely French villas, the fresh air, the beautiful waterfalls and gorgeous lakes sits in a lush and green valley of postcard beauty. Da Lat sits approx. 1500 m (4921 ft) above sea level on the Lang Biang Plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands. So, you do not be surprised when someone called Da Lat as The City in the Forest. So one day trip from Nhatrang to Dalat will a great day for your vacation! We will see : Datanla waterfalls ( most popular waterfall in Dalat with longest Alpine Coaster 2,4km), Robin Hill ( most top view of little Paris and have a chance toTake a Cable Car if you desire), Paradise Lake ( Biggest natural lake ), Truc Lam Zen Meditation Center, oldest Railway Station in VietNam, Linh Phuoc Pagoda, Dalat Square and Dalat Dry fruits if you desire. The trip will finishAround 4pm you can stay in Dalat or Back to Nha Trang
What To Expect
1.Linh Phuoc Pagoda
Linh Phước Temple (Vietnamese: Chùa Linh Phước, Chữ Hán: 靈福寺, IPA: [t͡ɕûə̯ līŋ fwə̂kˀ]), also known as Ve Chai Temple, is located at No. 120 Tu Phuoc, Trai Mat District, Vietnam, 8 km from Da Lat city center, on Highway 20. The 49-meter-long dragon temple is made of 12,000 bottles; the dragon's head is 7 metres high. Linh Phuoc Pagoda is considered a special architectural mosaic of Da Lat city. The 33 m long and 12-metre wide main hall features 2 rows of cobblestone mosaics. On top of it are many mosaic bas-reliefs featuring the history of Shakyamuni and the histories of the Lotus Sutras. The temple grounds (Hoa Long Vien) have a dragon of length 49 m, the dragon enclosure is made of 12,000 beer bottles, and the dragon mouth covers the Maitreya Buddha. In front of the temple grounds is a 37 m high seven-storeyed tower, which is considered the highest temple bell tower in Vietnam.
Datanla Waterfall is a very nice waterfall, located in the middle of Prenn Pass about 5km south of Da Lat city center. Here you will be blessed with wild nature, experience the feeling of joining in an alpine coaster Along the pine forest and flowers here. Datanla Waterfall is a small waterfall pouring from a rocky cliff about 20m high into a deep pool, creating a romantic and dreamy scene. The thing that distinguishes Datanla Falls from the other waterfalls is its unique alpine coaster. With a total length of 2400 meters, this system is the longest roller coaster in Vietnam as well as in Southeast Asia. The alpine coaster would take you through the pine forest to enjoy the beauty of the falls from above
3.Tuyen Lam Lake
Tuyen Lam Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Da Lat with an area of 350 hectares. The mother of nature is affectionate towards Tuyen Lam Lake with a majestic wild beauty that not all lakes have. Tuyen Lam Lake is surrounded by the tranquil lush green pine forest which all year round sends a gleam to the crystal-clear water. What makes Tuyen Lam Lake different from the other lakes in Da Lat is the oases around the lake, which look like verdant plates covered by pine trees and magnificent mist. Watching the green of the forest lushly blended with the blue of the lake, you would have a feeling of relaxation as if you get lost in a wonderland.
4.Thien Vien Truc Lam
On the way to Tuyen Lam Lake, tourists have to run right onto a zigzagging road at the mountain side to Phoenix Summit, on which stands beautiful famous Truc Lam Zen Monastery in an open poetic natural environment. Historical records of Truc Lam Zen Monastery Established in special social conditions, with the aim of restoring Truc Lam Yen Tu Zen School founded by the King Tran Thanh Tong, this Zen school has harmoniously combined different Zen schools with Vietnamese cultural and tradition into Vietnamese Zen. Truc Lam Zen Monastery lies on a protected forest of 23,2 hectares, of which 2 hectares is the building area. The pagoda was built in 1993 – 1994 by superior Buddhist monk Thich Thanh tu and it was designed with the oriental architecture style. With the beautiful landscapes, the pagoda is not only a place for meditation but also an ideal place for visiting.
5.Dalat Railway Station
Dalat station (Vietnamese: Ga Đà Lạt) is a railway station on the Da Lat–Thap Cham Railway line in Vietnam, serving the town of Da Lat in Lâm Đồng Province. It was designed in 1932 by French architects Moncet and Reveron, and opened in 1938. Largely unused since abandonment of the railway during the later years of the Vietnam War, it was returned to a limited level of service in the 1990s with the reopening of a 7 km (4.3 mi) section of track leading to the nearby village of Trai Mat, operated as a tourist attraction. It is notable for its unique architectural style, which incorporates an overall Art Deco theme with elements of native Cao Nguyen communal houses from Vietnam's Central Highlands.
6.Xuan Huong Lake
Xuan Huong Lake has an area of 32 ha and the average depth of 1.5m. It is located on an elevation of 1.478m above sea level and it is considered as the heart of Dalat. Records of Xuan Huong Lake in Dalat In the past, the lake used to be a swamp and it was also the rice field(close to Da Lach stream, the present Camly stream) of Lach minority people.
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- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
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- Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
- Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
- Private A/C Car with English Driver , entrance fees, bottled water, fee Parking or Toll
Lunch (5$/pax extra), Personal expenses
Cable Car/ Roller coasters
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