Dalat Hotel Du Parc
Travel Blogs from Dalat
60 km (that's 37.5 miles) cycled today, in pretty extreme heat - the result??? a sore bum
We made an early start to miss the heat of the day, but the sun was up early as well.
The first 14 km was by the coast past lots of hotels and resorts and fishing boats and fish sellers. Then we turned inland through loads of Dragon Fruit. …
We left the hotel in Hoi An at 10:00 and were dropped off at the airport in Da Nang about 30 mins later. In fact the guides don't drop us off, they always queue at the check in desks with us and make sure there are no issues before leaving us to go through departures security - their service has been really excellent throughout the trip.
Dalat is a French colonial town (once known as Little France) located 4900 feet above sea level, and a bit cooler and more comfortable climate-wise compared to the other places we visited. The French influenced the city with villas and boulevards, and Swiss chalets, that still charms the city today.
During our travel to Dalat from Nha …
I heard Dalat was supposed to be a lot like Oregon – cool weather, pine trees and clean air. However, I found the city quite dirty and full of construction sites and rubble. The lake at the center of the city was drained at time since they are widening the road downtown. It sat like a huge mud pit at the middle of the town. For my first day …
We took a short flight to Dalat today (about 45 minutes). It was great to see how the landscape changes from giant bustling city (Ho Chi Minh City) to vivid green mountains and terrace farms. There are so many farms and green houses here and they are all gorgeous! After we had lunch, we went to this art gallery where all the art was hand …
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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