TAG : Dalat

  • Dalat introduces five new walking tours

    Dalat introduces five new walking tours

    The central highlands city of Dalat has launched five new walking tours at famous sites: a sightseeing tour by Xuan Huong Lake, with either a 1-km paddle boat ride or horse riding or a 3-km trip to visit flower gardens and go souvenir shopping; a 2-km sporty tour to Dalat golf course; a religious tour to Con Ga Church, Linh Son Pagoda, or Domain DeMarie Church; a city tour along the streets of Tran Le, Ly Tu Trong, Hoang Van Thu, and Tran Hung Dao, as well as Hang Nga villas, the Culture Centre, Palace I and II, Lam Dong Museum, and Cam Ly Waterfall; and a one-day trekking tour around Tuyen Lam Lake.

  • Dalat, HCMC plan flower exchange centres

    Dalat, HCMC plan flower exchange centres

    Officials in the central highlands city of Dalat and in HCMC are planning to open two separate flower exchange centres in 2018.

    In Dalat, the flower exchange centres will be at the end of the Mimosa Pass, about 10 km from the heart of the resort town, which is a trading hub for flowers and vegetables in Lam Dong province. It will occupy 16.6 ha and receive flowers from Dalat and surrounding areas for processing and transport to elsewhere. The centre will take orders from buyers and gather information from growers in order to finalise and sign purchase contracts, supported by technology. It will also deliver flowers to its counterpart in HCMC.

    The flower exchange centre in HCMC will cover 14 ha at Binh Dien Market in District 8. Flowers will be delivered from the centre to smaller markets or florists upon request. Orders and payments will be handed over to the centre in Dalat in the next stage. The centres are modelled on the one at Ota Market in Tokyo.

  • First Can Tho - Dalat flights begin

    The first flight between the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho and the central highlands city of Dalat in Lam Dong province took off today in a cooperative deal between the Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) and Vietravel, one of the country’s leading tour operators, helping to reduce the travel time between the two from 12 hours by road to just one hour by air. Until 6 August there will two flights a week, on Thursday and Sunday, using ATR 72 aircraft, with a one-way ticket costing VND999,000. Flight frequency will be increased based on demand. The new route is expected to boost tourism and economic development in the two regions. Last year Lam Dong province welcomed 1 million visitors travelling from Mekong Delta provinces by car while Can Tho city welcomed more than 1.1 million domestic visitors.

  • Dalat opens maple leaf tourism area

    The Da Lat Maple Leaf Tourism Area has been opened in the central highlands city of Dalat. At 45 Dang Thai Than Street, the area quickly attracted visitors with its 2,000 maple and many other trees, plants, herbs and flowers local to the area, architecture relating to fairy tales and biology models, Koi fish ponds, and bonsai trees. It is expected to create a new, unique, and attractive destination for tourists to Dalat, especially those interested in researching rare endemic coniferous plants.



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    Sights & Delights

    Stretching nearly 2,000 kilometres in length and featuring mountains, valleys, beaches, bays, and farming fields and with a long-standing culture and history, Vietnam conjures up different images in the mind of each and every expat. The Guide asked a few to share their most unforgettable trips.




    More so than anywhere else in Vietnam, the past is what largely defines Dalat.




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