Da Lat Destination
The natural beauty also inspired vietnam's last emperor, Bao Dai, to build a summer home in Dalat in 1933. this original golf course has been redesigned and expanded to a plush 18-hole course, which consistently earns high ranks from international sporting magazines and draws golfers from all over Asia.
While some of the colonial mansions have been beautifully restored, others remain neglected, and the sight of these majestic villas, their roofs covered in moss and their tennis courts choked with weeds, lends the town a poignant air of faded elegance.
For leisure time, you can visit the oldest train station with the last steam locomotive in vietnam, visit Bao Dai palace, or enjoy a cup of coffee and watching people in one of many stylish coffees shops. you can ride old vintage citroëns around town, trek, bike, elephant ride in tuyen lam lake and more. Travelers can fly to Dalat from hanoi, Saigon or Danang.