City break, Classic tours,
Dalat is an ideal holiday retreat, set amongst the low hills of the Central Highlands. The city served as a hill station for the French trying to escape the heat of the plains and the delta. Dalat city enjoys a year round spring-like climate and this day tour Dalat city bring you to experience this lovely setting and ideal climate.
Morning pick up at your hotel, you will first admire the beauty of the old French architecture at old Da Lat Railway Station which is the oldest and the most beautiful railway station in Indochina. Amaze at the admirable architecture of Linh Phuoc Pagoda was built from debris of glass, pottery and porcelain, and the unique Guan Yin statue by immortal flowers of Vietnam. Take a little further walk, visit the local farm with very hospitable farmers right beside the pagoda.
Continue to Bao Dai summer Palace which was used as a holiday villa of last emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty in Vietnam history.
Lunch at local restaurant.
Afternoon, get a lot of nice photos in The City’s Flower Garden for a plentiful collection of flowers, the Valley Of Love – romantic and fabulous landscape, the largest colourful preserved flower showroom. Finally, traveling to Lat Village to understand the daily life of Lat ethnic minority people. Take the Jeep car up to Langbiang Mountain – the roof of Dalat (1,950m high) to enjoy fantastic views of Silver Stream, Golden Lake, forest and whole Dalat city.
You might want a stop at Dalat central market which looks imposing, elegant, and artistic. Dalat market sells every kind of local specialties, mainly in the ground floor. And freely explore sparkling Da Lat at night, around Xuan Huong Lake.
PRIVATE TOUR prices quoted in USD per person in private group.
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- Transportation by private car, pick up/drop off at hotel
- Entrance & sightseeing fees
- English speaking guide
- Lunch at restaurant
- Mineral water
- Other meals & drinks
- Personal expenses, tips