The city of eternal spring.
Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
Hang Nga guesthouse | Dalat in Vietnam
A rock garden in front of the train station, Da Lat, Vietnam. | Dalat in Vietnam
Hoan My Hospital, Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
Golden Valley in the morning fog. Shot on: August, 2008. | Dalat in Vietnam
Hang Nga's "Crazy House" in Dalat, Vietnam | Dalat in Vietnam
Hang Nga guesthouse | Dalat in Vietnam
Trường Dân tộc nội trú Lâm Đồng | Dalat in Vietnam
Da Lat train station | Dalat in Vietnam
Tay Nguyen Institute of Biology | Dalat in Vietnam
Bao Dai's Summer Palace | Dalat in Vietnam
Lam Dong Library, Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
Dalat Palace Hotel | Dalat in Vietnam
Cabbage fields, Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
Cathedral of Dalat. | Dalat in Vietnam
Da Lat, Vietnam | Dalat in Vietnam
Dalat market, Vietnam. | Dalat in Vietnam
Overview of Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
XQ Đà Lạt sử quán | Dalat in Vietnam
Domaine de Marie, Da Lat | Dalat in Vietnam
Hang Nga's "Crazy House" in Dalat, Vietnam | Dalat in Vietnam
Truc Lam Zen Monastery | Dalat in Vietnam
Thiền viện Trúc Lâm Đà Lạt | Dalat in Vietnam
Lien Khuong Airport | Dalat in Vietnam
Dinh Bảo Đại (Dinh III), Thành phố Đà Lạt | Dalat in Vietnam
House in Dalat, Vietnam. | Dalat in Vietnam
Save to List
City in 🇻🇳 Vietnam.

Dalat is Vietnam’s “City of Eternal Spring”, a moniker well-earned for the perpetually mild temperatures and stunning mountain scenery. The former French colonial town is a popular destination for Vietnamese and international tourists alike, and it’s not hard to see why. From the lakes and parks that dot the city to the towering peaks that surround it, Dalat is one of the most picturesque places in Southeast Asia. The town is also home to a thriving arts and culture scene, with a number of galleries and performance venues. While Dalat is a great place to spend a few days, the surrounding countryside is even more spectacular, and is well worth exploring.


What people say

Dalat is a little bit hard for me to review. Being from Sweden with lots of forest, fresh air, and nice nature all over, I tend to underrate their value in other places. But when I lived in Ho Chi Minh City for many years Dalat felt like an amazing getaway in Southeast Asia to be able to get to a little higher altitude, breathe fresh air outside the megacities, and just enjoy the food made from locally produced ingredients. Dalat does have its own charm too, the people are very friendly, there are some nice waterfalls in the surroundings, food and especially salads are very fresh and nice, and it is a special feeling to get a chilly evening and sip on a hot chocolate in a sidewalk café in the middle of a small Vietnamese town. Dalat is also considered to be a romantic place in Vietnam, so there are some slightly cheesy things like swan boats at the lake as well. I recommend having low expectations for excitement and simply enjoying the peaceful life, fresh air, and fresh food. Dishes to try include some kind of beef salad with egg (many restaurants have something like it), Bánh Căn (small savoury rice pancakes, normally with shrimp or meat), and Nem Nướng (grilled Vietnamese pork sausages, normally with rice noodles and crispy rice paper).

Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°
Climate icon0°

You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in July during the day in Dalat.