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You're Going to Love Dalat

The French colonial resort town of Dalat is often referred to as "The City of Eternal Spring" for its cool spring weather and "Le Petit Paris" due to its kitsch European architecture. Encased by hills, pine forests, and waterfalls, this premiere honeymoon retreat caters to travelers seeking a refreshing take on Vietnam's treasures.

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When to Visit Dalat

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The valleys of Dalat experience two distinct seasons: dry (November to March) and rainy (April to October). The dry season is better for outdoor activities during the spring months.

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How to Get to Dalat

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Where to Stay in Dalat

There are numerous hostels that enable you to spend as low as ₫113,663 per evening, such as the Dalat Moon Hostel. In contrast, travelers can upgrade to mid-range priced hotels such as the highly recommended Monet Garden Villa or luxurious options such as the Dalat Palace Hotel.

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How to Get Around Dalat

The Cost of Living in Dalat

Shopping Streets

Shopping is a colorful experience in the city's Central Market, a wonderland where skilled artisans sell a variety of goods until 4 am.

Groceries and Other

Big C in Lam Vien Square will meet your needs as a shopping center full of domestic and imported items. Grocery prices are reasonable, as a gallon of milk and a carton of eggs will cost you roughly ₫159,128.

Where to Eat in Dalat

The food scene in Dalat is rich with street barbecue, hotpots, hotplate dishes, and fried delicacies such as at the popular eatery Goc Ha Thanh on Truong Cong Dinh Street. Coffee and tea are staples in Dalat, made locally and found almost everywhere. While the bar scene is modest, several hangout spots are clustered together around Truong Cong Dinh Street.