Dalat’s specific sights are pine woods and twisting roads full of marigold and mimosa blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate that no other city in the country has. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name “City of Eternal Spring”.
Residents and tourists are said that Da Lat has all four seasons in one day: the morning in the spring, the noon in the summer, from the afternoon to the evening in the autumn, and from the night to the sunrise in the winter.
Dalat is also known as an area for scientific research in the fields of biotechnology and the only city in Vietnam researching nuclear physics.
With its year-round cool weather, Dalat supplies a huge amount of temperate agriculture products all over Vietnam, for example, cabbage, cauliflower, artichoke, tea, wine, persimmon, and coffee. Its flower industry produces the three most characteristic flowers: hydrangea, Dalat rose, and golden everlasting. The confectionery industry offers a wide range of mứt, a kind of fruit preserve that closely resembles varenie, made from strawberry, mulberry, sweet potato, and rose.
Dalat is an oddity, but a delightful one. While tropical heat and Socialist architecture define much of Vietnam, mild temperatures and colonial architecture are more Dalat’s beat. You’ll think you were in the French Alps instead of Southeast Asia, which makes sense as the French built the city in the early twentieth century as a resort getaway. Today, the city is Vietnam’s honeymoon capital, which leans into its European heritage with its eccentric Eiffel Tower-themed radio tower and “Valley of Love,” complete with swan boats. Dalat might ring as kitschy to some, but a few days here will be a highlight of any trip to Vietnam. Explore the city centre to take in the city’s oddball charms, including the Hang Nga Guesthouse, dubbed the “Crazy House” for its Alice in Wonderland-style architecture. However, you’ll want to escape to the surrounding hillsides to get a fuller sense of the region’s appeal.
The hills around Dalat are dotted with pagodas, waterfalls, picturesque inclines, as well as plantations for fruits not normally grown in Vietnam. For instance, temperatures and elevations allow farmers to grow strawberries instead of rice.
Take a one-day Easy Rider Tour to enjoy the hidden beauty of Dalat and its countryside. Take the-3-day Easy Rider Tour Dalat to Nha Trang to witness an authentic experience of the highlanders. Ride to Saigon and visit the magnificent landscapes and discover the rural life of the locals who live in the remote countryside. Take the Easy Rider Tour Dalat to Hoi An and step back to learn about the Vietnam War and explore the amazing landscape of the Central Highlands. Or discover the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trail and the friendly locals of the Mekong Delta,…
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