Van Thanh Flower Village is known as Dalat's largest flower village. Although steep terrain, in the form of stairs, is still the main flower supply for Dalat, especially roses, Van Thanh Rose is known for its body of wild roses. With the new rosebud imported from the Netherlands, the people of Van Thanh have created many kinds of roses of different colors, such as pink velvet, pink lotus, pink roses, yellow moonlight, and pink strong roses. This place also attracts many visitors through many beautiful flowers, such as daisies, glasses, Salem, carnations, coins, etc. As they step into the "kingdom of flowers", visitors also enjoy the charming scent.
One of the small groups of Chil People who lived in Dalat at the beginning of Dalat's foundation and development. The K'ho people group lives in the valley near the falls and the river.
Among the many things to see and do in Da Lat is the Elephant Waterfall. At 40 meters high, it is indeed a majestic waterfall! We will walk slowly down from top to bottom, where you can take some beautiful pictures. (30-Minute Admission Ticket Included)
It makes visitors interested because of its location and architecture. It has an area of 4 hectares and many kinds of trees. Linh An Pagoda is 30 kilometers from Dalat City, which has been an ideal destination for tourists, especially Europeans. In the garden, you can view the biggest Happy Buddha and Lady Buddha in southern Vietnam. Duration: 30 minutes Admission Ticket: Free
Thien An cricket farm in Dalat must be quite strange to many people, but if you have the opportunity, visit the farm to experience the difference compared to the usual tourist attractions. Here, you will be enthusiastically instructed by the farm owner on how to raise crickets, care for them, and breed them. Additionally, you can eat meals made with crickets.
The silk weaving factory in Dalat is an interesting place to visit to see the entire process, from cocoon to the fabric. This is the only silk factory in the country that maintains the old method of removing silk from the cocoons. The cocoons are soaked in hot water, and the delicate thread is wound onto a machine that unravels the cocoon. The thread is then wound onto a reel, which is used on a large loom to weave it into a delicately patterned fabric.
They not only grow their coffee, but they also roast it on-site and sell it from their cafe. The complex stretches from the top to the bottom of the hill and through the coffee trees. It consists of many seating areas, a shop, a café, and weasel living quarters. Their specialty, of course, is weasel coffee, and they have a few options to choose from too. You can also buy their coffee products and accessories from the shop. It’s located at the top of the complex. There are several coffee and tea-related items for sale, so shop to your heart’s content.
Among the various waterfalls in Dalat, such as Datanl, Elephant, and Pongour, surrounded by a huge, unspoiled forest, Pongour stands out.
It is about 40m high and 100m wide. Its polished steps look like a natural amphitheater! A stream of water powerfully plunges down these seven staircases, filling the air with a loud sound. The waterfall is imposing, but not formidable. Its beauty is poetic and praised by the locals as well as tourists.
Drop off at the hotel, end tour