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  • Bung Nam L
    13 contributions
    폐품으로 만든 오메이징한 사원 통풍도 잘 되고 종탑 위에 올라가면 전망도 좋은 사찰. 달랏역에서 짜이맛 역까지 관광기차를 타고 오면 더욱더 좋을것 같네요.

    An amazing temple made of scrap materials. The temple is well ventilated and has a great view from the top of the bell tower. It would be better if you take the tourist train from Dalat Station to Traimat Station.
    Written 20 March 2023
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  • Thomas
    South Korea3 contributions
    Peacefully, nice view . Its also close the Tuyen Lam lake.
    From here you can walk down to welcome sunset or use Kayak service of Viet Challenge Tours to experience on beautiful lake .
    Highly recommend
    Written 15 February 2023
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  • Mathew B
    Hoa Binh, Vietnam3 contributions
    The toilet in the crazy cafe is the most disgusting toilet I have ever seen.

    The rest of the crazy house is great
    Written 20 February 2023
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  • JamesMC
    Bath, UK23 contributions
    Fabulous waterfalls. We spent a few hours being alone here - just experiencing the awe-inspiring majesty of the millions of liters of water cascading over the rocks in rainy season.
    Written 3 October 2022
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  • camuche123
    Brussels, Belgium536 contributions
    Historical site. Took the 30min train trip to the middle of somewhere to see a big pagoda...not much of history and classic train experience. Cheap option with reserved seats but nothing impressive to see along the way.
    Written 30 July 2022
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  • Ellie
    25 contributions
    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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  • Kin N
    Hanoi, Vietnam13 contributions
    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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  • Dharmaproblems
    Flushing, NY2 contributions
    Very beautiful temple. The Buddha was very impressive. Unfortunately the Chay(vegetarian/vegan) resturants next to the temple were closed but it is nice those so exist, it ties well into the visit.
    Written 12 August 2022
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  • H D
    1 contribution
    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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  • Gracie Stewart
    Phoenix, AZ1 contribution
    Nice church but many tourists now, especially Chinese tourist - too loud and do not respect the local culture.
    Written 6 October 2019
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  • Moon
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam30 contributions
    This is a beautiful place and you can see the whole green tea garden and enjoy the cold atmosphere of Dalat.

    It took 45 minutes to get here by motorbike but totally worth to see.

    There is a vendor store selling grilled honey sweet potatoes that you can also try.
    Written 21 June 2020
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  • Koi L
    Dallas, TX48 contributions
    we went during tet to the mall and it was packed. the store offered some interesting finds. side note we went at nighttime and the view was pretty nice, there were many people taking pictures.
    Written 29 January 2020
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  • Hao M
    Barcelona, Spain472 contributions
    You can easily get lost in this freaky place; however it's worth a try. Quite expensive for an entrance ticket compared to yo local prices but it's nice to experience weird architect in Vietnam.

    Wouldn't recommend this lace for people with low blood pressure as you will go up and down very often on very narrow stairs and may get lost within the building as it's hard to find the way to go down.
    Written 6 March 2017
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  • JosephNhan
    Boca Raton, FL18 contributions
    Linh Son Pagoda located in the Center, A nice old pagoda to visit if you are going to Dalat, Vietnam.
    Written 8 December 2020
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  • gastronaut_11
    Perth, UK2,207 contributions
    Minimal entry fee. Beautiful gardens. Excellent French style country house. Lots of significant history. Could possibly have spent longer than an hour.
    Written 23 January 2020
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