Discover Da Lat – Vietnam’s most romantic city

Last update 16:00 | 17/09/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – The hill town of Da Lat has long been the most popular location in the region for getaway holidays since French colonial times.

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Da Lat City (photo: travel sense asia)

Situated on a plateau 1,500 metres above sea level, this retreat town offers a good change of atmosphere with a refreshingly cool climate while other cities in Vietnam can be very hot and humid especially during summer.

Da Lat is famous for its wide variety of flowers, vegetables and fruit from its surrounding farmlands as well as countless nature sites; its beautiful landscape, evergreen forests and minority villages.

The area’s main sources of income are from agriculture and the tourism industry but the city is also very proud of being an education centre that produces multi-field professionals each year including doctors and architects. Continue reading “Discover Da Lat – Vietnam’s most romantic city”

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Top 5 new check-in points in Da Lat

Last update 15:07 | 12/07/2017

Greenhouse café, Australian zoo and unique homestays, just to name a few, are new check-in points for tourists in Da Lat city in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.

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Located in the middle of Da Lat’s flower growing area, Greenhouse Café is a popular check-in point for travelers as they can have a scenic view of the city from here.
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Nguyen dynasty treasures on display in Da Lat

Last update 11:42 | 16/06/2017

A total of 36 precious artifacts, from the Nguyen dynasty period (1802-1945), are on display at an exhibition that opened recently at Lam Dong museum in Da Lat city.

The artifacts, made of gold and gemstones, include flower vases; daily utensils such as bowls and basins; objects used in royal worship and rituals; and items used in royal office, including brushes, ink stone, paperweights and pen holders.

All of the items were carefully carved with highly sophisticated decorative patterns, showing the talent of Vietnam’s craft masters.

The exhibition also introduces 100 documentary photos on Hue royal architecture, the tombs of Nguyen Emperors and images of mandarins from that period. Continue reading “Nguyen dynasty treasures on display in Da Lat”

Buyer beaten for returning bottle of juice in Vietnam’s Da Lat

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Updated : 06/01/2017 15:00 GMT + 7

A female customer was violently beaten on Wednesday by the owners of a store selling local delicacies in Da Lat City after attempting to return a bottle of mulberry juice she had been tricked into buying.

The victim suffered from flesh injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Tran Ngoc Bich, 44, was driving her niece around Da Lat on Wednesday when a man on a motorbike approached the pair and invited them to a local mulberry garden where he said they could buy freshly picked mulberries for VND20,000 (US$0.88) per kilogram Continue reading “Buyer beaten for returning bottle of juice in Vietnam’s Da Lat”