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Dalat has a unique flavor among Vietnamese towns. Founded in 1897 as a resort for French commanders weary of the Vietnamese tropics, it still has hundreds of huge colonial mansions. Some are being restored by Vietnamese nouveau riche; others are empty and decaying. Dalat"s history, combined with the welcome temperate mountain climate and pastoral hillside setting, give it the feel of a European alpine resort which,in fact, it once was. Với nhiều cảnh quan đẹp, Đà Lạt là một trong những thành phố du lịch nổi tiếng nhất của Việt Nam. Trong thời Pháp thuộc, tên tiếng Latin Dat Aliis Laetitiam Aliis Temperiem có nghĩa là "cho những người này niềm vui, cho những người khác sự mát mẻ"[1]. Đà Lạt được mệnh danh là : thành phố hoa, thành phố tình yêu, thành phố mùa xuân, thành phố sương mù.

In and around town there are also numerous pagodas to see, in serene natural settings that lend an atmosphere far different from, for example, your typical bustling Saigon temple. Dalat is also a good place in which to glimpse the influence of the Catholic Vietnamese, represented by several churches and cathedrals. Farther out of town are postcard-perfect farmlands, valleys, and waterfalls. A few ethnic minorities, including the Lat and Koho, live in and around these hills, and you can visit their small villages.

Dalat is the number-one resort destination for Vietnamese couples getting married or honeymooning. If the lunar astrological signs are particularly good, it"s not unusual to see 10 or so wedding parties in a single day. Many of the local scenic spots, like the Valley of Love and Lake of Sighs, pander to the giddy couples. The waterfalls are swarming with vendors, costumed "bears," and "cowboys" complete with sad-looking horses and fake pistols. A carnival air prevails. Yes, it"s tacky, but isn"t it interesting to see how other cultures do tacky? Plus you"ll get a chance to travel, lodge, and dine with Vietnamese on a holiday, a rare opportunity.

Tuyen Lam Lake

Tuyen Lam Lake, 6 km to the South of Dalat, has the water surface of 350 ha. It was created by Tia stream - head water of Da Tam River. No one knows when and why it was called Tuyen Lam, but maybe because of the grandiose nature around it - stream and forest were close to each other. Tuyen stands for stream, Lam stands for forest. Tuyen Lam is a place for water and tree meeting each other.

Linh Son pagoda

Located at 120 Nguyen Van Troi street, Linh Son pagoda was built in 1938 -1940 according to the suggestion of Mrs. Tu Cung (mother of King Bao Dai) with Buddhism Association of the Central.

Dalat Railway Station

Construction of the Da Lat–Thap Cham Railway began in 1908, a decade after it had first been proposed by Paul Doumer, then Governor General of French Indochina, and proceeded in stages. Due to the difficulty of the mountainous terrain west of Song Pha—where the Ngoan Muc Pass rose into the Central Highlands—construction proceeded slowly, requiring several rack railway sections and tunnels to be built.

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