Vietsovpetro Hotel

07 Hung Vuong St., Dalat, Vietnam | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 07 Hung Vuong St., Dalat.
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Travel Blogs from Dalat

3 Days in Dalat

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 15, 2014

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... monstrosities hide what is actually a nice, green spot. Ideal for say, a romantic stroll. We gave it a miss and headed to 100 roof bar. The life work of renowned local architect Lu Truc Phuong was destroyed when the government thought it was anti socialist. This exploration of surrealism in the centre of town is his reboot. His portfolio also includes pagodas, giant Buddhas and civic buildings. His lover is daughter to Ho Chi Minh's successor and creator ...

Final leg of Nam!

A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jun 23, 2014

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... mentioned about the roads being dug up and rebuilt. On the rare occasion we were treated to freshly tarred road, and often was the case the locals would find these roads and we can sidestep the pot holed area. Now it was absolutely lashing it down with pot holes everywhere and I was looking for this opportunity to alleviate some pressure on my bike and more importantly my back. I thought I had stumbled on a gold mine of a stretch of road that was a fresh bit ...

Dalat - canyoning & abseiling

A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Jun 04, 2014

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Our first night bus in Vietnam was from Saigon to Dalat. The night buses are strange, effectively 3 columns of single bunk beds running down the length of the bus. With the help of a sleeping tablet Dave got a decent nights sleep. Same couldn't be said with Sara. During French colonial rule Dalat was popular with the frogs due to its cooler climate and is now more ...

Canyoning more like being fired out of a canon

A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 28, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... Antonio Gaudi's work and was beautiful in an odd kind of way. This house is the work of an architect named Hang Nga and she has a PhD in architecture from Moscow. She started this house to try and entice people back to nature and as such the structure resembles an enormous tree unfurling itself. You can also stay in some of the rooms here too (which we previously didn't know about). They are all named after unlikely animals and most have ceiling mirrors and quirky interiors. It was ...

I'll cut you for one dollar

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on May 05, 2014

1 comment

... valleys to our first waterfall. The colours were so vibrant, the walls of the valleys were a bright orange clay, the sky a vibrant blue and the trees a lush green. It was a stunning journey - though there was mild peril as we had to make our way through road building sites.

Our guide, Kevin, showed us to a "secret waterfall". To get to this waterfall we had to scramble up and over rocks and nearly fall down multiple hill sides. I had made the error of wearing heavy ...