ARCHITECTURE & FAMOUS WORKS IN DALAT
Dalat attractions are fully listed by category to help the visitors easy to refer and choose the favorite places before the trip. All are the popular tourist places of Dalat, which are loved and appreciated by tourists. We hope this information will help tourists have a well-prepared trip and get beautiful memories in “The City of Love”.
Crazy House or Hang Nga Villa is a guesthouse in Dalat, located at 3 Huynh ThucKhang Street, on a 2,000 square meter campus. The house is famous for its unique architectural style.
Dalat University is a public university training multi-disciplinary, multi-field in Dalat city, Lam Dong. The school is located on a pine hill with the scenery is rated as the most beautiful in the Southeast Asia.
Dalat Teacher’s Training College
Dalat Teacher’s Training College (formerly Grand Lycee Yersin) was recognized by the International Union of Architects (UIA) as one of the 1,000 unique works of the world in the 20th century. The school was founded in 1927 and designed by the French architect Moncet.
Pavilion on Water – Thuy Ta Restaurant
The beginnings were small huts on an island in the middle of Xuan Huong Lake for tourists in Dalat had a rest. Later, the architecture became a water sports club, and then became a small coffee shop. Always associated with Xuan Huong Lake – the heart of “the land of fog”, Thuy Ta created the most beautiful pictures for tourists in their journey to explore this romantic city.
Dalat Old Train Station
Old Railway Station is the train station of Dalat city. This is considered the oldest train station in Vietnam and Indochina. The station was built by the French from 1932 to 1938 and was the focal point on the Phan Rang – Dalat railway line of 84 km long (now it is only exploited 7 km to serve tourists visiting Linh Phuoc pagoda).
Tran Le Xuan Palace
Tran Le Xuan Palace is a complex of three villas located at No. 2 Yet Kieu Street, Dalat City, and Vietnam. At the time of the Republic of Vietnam, this palace was the vacation villas of Ms. Tran Le Xuan and Mr. Ngo Dinh Nhu.
Palace of Nguyen Huu Hao – Queen Nam Phuong’s palace
Nguyen HuuHao’s Palace (also known as the Queen Nam Phuong’s palace) is an ancient residence with French architectural style, was built in the 1930s of the 20th century.
Bao Dai Summer Palace – Palace 3 Dalat
Palace 3, also known as Bao Dai’s Palace, was built between 1933 and 1938, where King Bao Dai’s family lived and worked in Dalat. Palace 3 was designed by Huynh Tan Phat and a French architect.
King Palace – Palace 1 Dalat
Palace 1 Dalat is an architectural work in Dalat city, Vietnam. Palace 1 was built in 1940 by a French millionaire named Robert Clément Bourgery on a hill, with an elevation of 1550m above sea level surrounded by pine forests. This area is about 60 hectares, located on Tran QuangDieu Street in ward 10, about 4 km of the southeast from Dalat city center. This is one of the three most beautiful remaining Bao Dai’s Palaces in Vietnam.
DalatCadasa Resort is a complex of French villas adjacent to each other, spread over 6 hectares of land, with ancient architecture typical of northern France long time ago, each villa is an different architectural style. It is located on Tran Hung Dao Street, central city of Dalat.
Dalat Palace Hotel
More than just a hotel, Dalat Palace is an old heritage in Dalat and Vietnam. It is formerly known as Langbian Palace was built by the French in 1916, completed in 1922. The architectural space is unique inside and outside the campus. Visitors can come here to take pictures in the hotel campus at nighttime as beautiful as a palace.
Dalat Market is a commercial center of Dalat city located on the main street: Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street and is considered “the heart of Dalat city”. This market is not only for shopping activities, but also attracting tourists come to visit when they are in Dalat
Lam Dong Museum
The Lam Dong Museum displays local and traditional artifacts, especially those exhibiting the cultural traditions of Lam Dong province. The Museum is located at No.4 Hung Vuong Street of Dalat, on the top of a high hill.
Dalat Biological Research Institute
The place investigating and studying the regional flora and fauna in the Western highland area of Vietnam. Storing plant and animal specimens.