Spectacular 30 minutes drive from the LIEN KHUONG AIRPORT (30km), the resort nestled beside the beauty and serenity of Tuyen Lam Lake.
A complimentary hotel shuttle connects our resort with downtown Dalat by 20 minutes drive.
Please contact the reception +84 633 800 999, or email email@example.com, for further information.
Free Shutle Bus to Dalat city center (3 times per day)
Every day, there are three trips from Resort to city center to discover local people lifetime, buy souvenirs at Da Lat market and walk around Xuan Huong lake.
From Binh An Village Resort Dalat: 09:00am - 02:00pm - 18:00pm
From Da Lat center: 11:00am - 04:00pm - 09:00pm
ATTRACTIONS IN DALAT
Truc Lam Temple
Truc Lam Pagoda is a Zen Buddhist monastery six kilometres south of Da Lat city centre. Set on top of a hill shrouded in pine forest, it’s a pleasure to take a quiet stroll through the grounds which are full of exceptionally pretty gardens. This is not only the largest Truc Lam Zen Monastery in Lam Dong, but also as places of worship and many domestic and foreign tourists.
Prenn Water Falls
Prenn waterfall has long been a favourite attraction for Vietnamese tourists. Its pretty setting, amongst pine trees at the bottom of the Prenn Pass. This waterfall looks the hair of a fairy pouring from 30 meters high down to a small valley which is surrounded by lots of flowers and pine hill. Prenn waterfall is one of the most beautiful and attractive waterfalls in the Central Highland.
Bao Dai Summer Palace
Bao Dai’s third palace is around two kilometers from the city center, built at a great vantage in a wooded area. The palace was built from 1933 to 1937 under the dynasty of King Bao Dai, the last king of Vietnam feudal court. Palace III contains 25 rooms and 2 upper- storey built within the colonial architectural framework. The ground floor contains the public rooms for visiting dignitaries, including a large formal dining room and library. Upstairs are the private living quarters of the family, including the bedrooms of the King, Queen, Princes and Princesses.
Valley of Love
The valley of love was recognized as a National – level Beauty – spots in 1998. Throughout history, it has been one of the most picturesque and romantic sites of the city, with many deep valleys and endless pine forests. The tranquil Da Thien Lake, which was created in 1972, also adds a great deal to the attractiveness of the valley in general. The tracks lead to Vong Canh Hill from which The Valley of Love is magnificent view gradually appears in each traveler eyes. From that hill, they can also see the Langbiang peaks standing out vividly against the blue sky, or continue their adventure to find the Paradise Hill, another ideal destination which is surrounded by beautiful lakes.
A free-wheeling architectural exploration of surrealism, Hang Nga Crazy House is a joyously designed, outrageously artistic private home. Imagine sculptured rooms connected by superslim bridges rising out of a tangle of greenery, an excess of cascading lava-flow-like shapes, wild colours, spiderweb windows and an almost-organic quality to it all, with the swooping hand rails resembling jungle vines.
The roller coaster system at Datanla waterfall which have length is 1.000m is regarded as the unique one in Dalat city. At the foot of the waterfall, Datanla stream flows slowly through cliffs then fflow onto a deep hole called deadly abyss located between two vertical cliffs with the height of over 40m. In recent years, Datanla tourist site has exploited some more adventure activities for visitor trying such as climb the cliff, discover the forest and go along the stream to come to Prenn bridge.
Dalat Clay Tunnel
The 1.2-kilometre long clay tunnel was built in 2010 near Tuyen Lam Lake by Trinh Ba Dung who has a great passion for ancient architectural works of the highlands city. This sculpture originated from two ideas, reproducing a primitive Da Lat and also a famous resort and tourism city with its cultural and social identity. Visiting the tunnel, tourists have a chance to learn more about the history of the founding and development of the city.
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Dalat is the capital of Lam Dong Province in Vietnam. Due to its French architecture, Dalat is called "Little Paris". The city is located on the Langbiang Plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands. Dalat offers a harmonious combination of natural scenery and historical sites.
It is small enough to remain charming and the surrounding countryside is blessed with waterfalls, lakes, evergreen forests and flower gardens. Da Lat's year-round temperate weather, standing in contrast to central and southern Vietnam's otherwise tropical climate, has led it to be nicknamed the "City of eternal spring".
Languages: Vietnamese & English
Religion: Buddhism (95%)
Currency: Vietnam Dong (1USD=22,000 VND)
Time: GMT +7 hours
Average Temperature: 18oC - 25oC