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Top Attractions in Da Lat

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What travellers are saying

  • Jean Luc T
    Phnom Penh, Cambodia19 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful quiet place for meditation in the pine forest. Agreable and helpful monks. Free coffee at the cantine. Nice fish pond w lots of big fish.
    Written 21 April 2024
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  • arnold ahmed
    Singapore, Singapore293 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    the house is impressive the way its built. makes you go crazy going around it.overall worth a visit to see
    Written 2 January 2024
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  • Log201
    United Kingdom132 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very serene place. It’s so peaceful and scenic. The walk down to the lake is beautiful, all through the trees and it smells so fresh. Lovely gardens too.
    Written 24 March 2024
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  • Louise N
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands23 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The waterfall is not so special and a bit smelly. But the rollercoaster was really fun! We loved that, it's kinda pricey but worth it.
    Written 2 June 2023
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  • Ellie
    28 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Pleased we visited! Lovely day so lovely views. The areas to the left of the map were good but some areas seemed to be in building works, areas to the right were beautiful - gorgeous flowers and models of wonders of the world, amazing gardens and statues and nice to walk around. Can comfortably walk the whole thing but buggies available and regular if prefer not to! We easily spent three hours here. Would recommend!
    Written 14 February 2023
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  • BrockleyPhil
    London, United Kingdom85 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The walk around Xuan Huong Lake, Da Lat (5km of newly installed, reasonably wide flat path, with periodic sloped cut-outs down to road level) is largely wheelchair accessible, the only occasional challenges being street vendor and moped clutter covering the path at one point near the centre of town, the occasional fisherman’s moped parked on the path, and a sudden slope towards the lake near where the horse-drawn carriages park). It is particularly pleasant and picturesque to circumnavigate the path at dusk.
    Written 14 March 2024
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  • Ilya Mikhaylyukov (Russia)
    Hanoi, Vietnam63 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Regular crowded and overpriced local market. If you are for the first time here in Asia. It will be great experience. Otherwise I recommend you to avoid such touristy and pricy parts of the city
    Written 22 January 2023
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  • Jeremy P
    Dallas, Texas184 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A peaceful, beautiful park, with lovely sets of flower arrangements, soothing background music,
    a hothouse, with many varieties of roses.
    It is directly adjacent to the lake, about a 30 minute walk from central Dalat.
    Written 8 April 2022
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  • BrockleyPhil
    London, United Kingdom85 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Barring a few slightly bumpy bits as you enter, it is fully wheelchair accessible, though there’s not a lot to it - one steam train and a load of carriages, they don’t move and there aren’t any displays; good for a few photos and 15 minutes
    Written 14 March 2024
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  • Joey A
    3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A good experience for those who want to be immersed with nature. The whole place is peaceful and tranquil. Fynn was a very accommodating guide.
    Written 6 April 2024
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  • Kin N
    Hanoi, Vietnam13 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The pagoda is large and very beautiful. The pagoda is located high and very nice. At the gate of the pagoda there is a very large cherry blossom tree. Inside the pagoda, we are overwhelmed by the big golden Buddha Statue.
    Written 21 March 2019
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  • H D
    1 contribution
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    The description of Bao Dai's palace on Trip Advisor is factually incorrect: "Bao Dai was ousted by Ho Chi Minh in 1945."

    Correction: On September 2, 1945, Uncle Ho declared independence from the French and the most recent occupiers, the Empire of Japan. (After the dropping of US nuclear bombs, Japan surrendered to the Allied powers in August 1945.) Bao Dai abdicated to Ho Chi Minh's party, the Viet Minh, and handed over the official seals to the communists. Seeing how Bao Dai, the 13th emperor of the Nguyen dynasty was still influential and symbolic of Vietnam's history, Ho Chi Minh asked Bao Dai to become an advisor to the newly formed Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV) as a private citizen. Bao Dai agreed to this arrangement initially although he ended up self-exiled to Hong Kong soon after. Four years later, Bao Dai returned as the Chief of State (not king or emperor) under the Associated States of France (French reclaimed Vietnam militarily twenty days after Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the DRV). He attempted to use his influence for Vietnam's independence from France, with limited success.
    Written 23 January 2023
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