Situated on the Lang Biang plateau in Central Highlands Vietnam, Dalat is called “City in the clouds”. And despite urbanization, this “Little Paris” remains the paradise of impressive waterfalls, of poetic lakes, of blooming flowers, of rolling pine hills, of elegant French architecture and of everlasting love.
Lying 1,500m above sea level, Dalat enjoys pleasant and equitable climate all year round. Dalat has two pronounced seasons: rainy season from May to October and dry season from November to April. Generally, you may drop in Dalat at any time of year, but the best time to visit Dalat is during dry season (November to April).
Dalat is endowed with stunning nature and favorable climate, the very best conditions for a real retreat. Almost every street in the city is lined with hotels, restaurants and shops, making it a busy hub for both local and international vacationers. Whatever your budgets and needs, Dalat has much to offer.
Poetic nature, charming colonial architecture and gentle local people, all blend well to give Dalat its unique appeal among Southeast Asia cities.