Da Lat City Tour – Full day
After breakfast, get picked up at the hotel to visit, Bao Dai Summer Palace, where the last Emperor of Vietnam – Bao Dai (1913 – 1997) stayed and ruled his Vietnam from 1949 to 1954. The next will be the Crazy House, built in 1990 by a woman named Dang Viet Nga (the daughter of a former president of Vietnam), The Crazy House immediately began attracting attention by it weirdness and unusual structures. After lunch, continue to visit the Truc Lam Monastery, over-look TuyenLam Lake (the nicest Lake of Dalat), at present is the biggest University in Vietnam. Back to the hotel with a quick look at the Dalat Cog Railway, which was built in 1932 and put into use in 1936. There were two trains Da Lat- Nha Trang and Da Lat - Sai Gon a day. But this line was destroyed in the war and abandoned in the late 1960s. Seven kilometers of the track between Da Lat and Trai Mat has been reconstructed and operated for tourism purpose since 1997. Back to the hotel with a stop en route at Dalat Market.
* Meals included: Lunch