Dà Lat, is not the simple tourist city where you can take beautiful pictures. This city has a very impressive tourist destination within the region. It has interesting and unusual sites. Its colonial style and French history make it even more attractive.
How to Find A Dà Lat?
Dà Lat, is located in the interior of Vietnam, has a population of more than 200,000 inhabitants. The city was founded in the year of 1912 by the French occupation. Due to being in the interior of the country, Dà Lat has a mountainous climate due to its highlands. Touristicly it is one of the favorite destinations of Vietnam. The French chose it as their place to rest and vacation because of its landscapes, cool temperatures and the tranquility it provided.
Many tourism companies are making fortunes, to include Dà Lat in their Vietnam tourism routes and how not to fall in love with a city like this one, which has a certain resemblance to the Swiss Alps among its landscapes. Another of the destinations that are unmissable is the excursion to the Elefante waterfalls, which is really impressive.
Sites of Interest You Can Find In Dà Lat
There are many tourist sites that will leave you open-mouthed and you will only find it here:
Linh Phuoc: It is the highest pagoda bell tower in the country, it has a room where you can find information related to Buddha and everything related to his life and death. It is also known as Pagoda Ve Chai, because it was made from glass and recycling material between 1949 and 1952 in a remote residential area of Dà Lat.
The nuclear reactor: Currently It is the only nuclear reactor in operation in Indochina. This reactor was once called TRIGA Mark II. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the reactor does not have much
Da Quy Theater: If you want to visit this architectural jewel, just look it up Lam Vien Square, Dà Lat.
Hang Nga Guest House: This architectural design which has an area of approximately 1.6 km2, was created by the innovative architect Dang Viet Nga.
Dà Lat tunnel of clay sculpture: This is one of the most striking works of Dà Lat has a path of approximately 1,000 meters in length, with a mountain of red basaltic soil, also has outstanding sculptures in its outline.
Lake Tuyen, is responsible for guiding this labyrinth created by the artist Trinh Ba Dung. The work tells the story of the city of Dà Lat from its beginnings about 100 years ago.