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Crazy house Dalat is in top 15 most spectacular marvels in the world

Crazy house Dalat is in top 15 most spectacular marvels in the world

Lonely Planet, The world's leading travel guide book publisher, has just announced its list of the 15 most spectacular marvels in the world, which people only believe when they see with their own eye. In Vietnam, Crazy House Dalat (or Hang Nga Villa) is ranked 11th. Lonely Planet depicts Crazy [read more...]

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Dalat Maple Leaf

Dalat Maple Leaf

Located at the end of Dang Thai Than street (Da Lat, Lam Dong), Da Lat Maple Leaf garden invested by Vinh Xuan Co. Ltd (Da Lat), is built on an area of over 4.8 ha. This place impresses viewers with the green color and unique architectural works, with a total investment of up to 100 billion [read more...]

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Experiencing tubular hostel in DaLat

Experiencing tubular hostel in DaLat

Experience,  that's what the young owner,  Nguyen Quang Khai (30 years old)  always wants his customers to have when they come to The Circle a small hostel with guestrooms built in the tubular type,  located on a small hill on Dang Thai Than, Dalat city. The experience he refers to started [read more...]

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Forest Ghost Inn

Forest Ghost Inn

Forest Ghost Inn in Da Lat In the dark and remote area on the land of fog there exists an extremely beautiful place: the Forest Ghost Inn. With a quite bizarre and unique name, Da Lat Forest Ghosts Inn obtains a wild and very suble beauty. A peaceful place in the hustling pace of life Origin [read more...]

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Famous architecture edifices in Da Lat

Famous architecture edifices in Da Lat

Presidential Palace - Bourgery Palace, usually called Palace I The Palace was built before 1940s by Bourgery, millionaire and owner of Shanghai power a station. Afterwards, Bourgery sold it to a French official and Bao Dai bought it to use as his office during his tenure as Chief of State while [read more...]

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Cam Ly church

Cam Ly church

  Cam Ly church (also called Son Cuoc church) in Dalat Cam Ly church or church or Son Cuoc church of Vietnam Catholic Church in the Dalat city. The church serves mainly for ethnic minorities. History of Cam Ly Church The church is an architectural style unique in the architecture of the [read more...]

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Urban Dalat “open” vision needed

Urban Dalat “open” vision needed

Mr. Nguyen Huu Tam, Director of the Provincial Construction Department, said: The idea of planning and designing Dalat center must meet the criteria of modern urban architecture, convenience in transportation, associated with the characteristics of the environmental urban landscape of this [read more...]

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Clay Sculptures Tunnel – Dalat Star

Clay Sculptures Tunnel – Dalat Star

Dalat Clay Sculptures Tunnel (Dalat Star tourist site): It is known by many names such as: Clay Village, Clay Tunnel…which is a carved dry ditch about 1.2 km long beside Tuyen Lam Lake. Here, visitors seem to be stay in the fairy world with countless unique art sculptures; the statues of: [read more...]


Linh Phuoc Pagoda

Linh Phuoc Pagoda

  Records of Linh Phuoc Pagoda in Dalat (Also called with another name is Dragon Pagoda) Location Linh Phuoc pagoda is located at 120 Tu Phuoc – Ward 11 which is in the northeast, 8km from the city center. Taking the train to Trai Mat to visit Linh Phuoc Pagoda in the chilly cold of the [read more...]

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Crazy House

Crazy House

  Records of Crazy House in Dalat Otherwise known as the "Crazy House," this Gaudi-meets-Sesame Street theme park is one not to miss. It's a wild mass of wood and wire fashioned into the shape of a giant tree house and smoothed over in concrete. It sounds simple, but there's a vision to this [read more...]


Dalat Railway Station

Dalat Railway Station

History of Dalat Railway Station The railway line to Da Lat was one of the finest feats of colonial engineering in Vietnam. Plans to build the Da Lat Railway Station were laid tabled at the turn of 20th century but construction did not commence until 1932. There was no point building a railway [read more...]

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