48 hours in Da Lat, Vietnam. Vietnam Vlog #44
Places we went:
Hang cafe –
Dalat Maple Hostel & Inn –
An Cafe –
Datanla Waterfall –
Nem Nướng Dũng Lộc –
Lam Vien Square –
Da lat Raileway –
Xuân Hương Garden Coffee –
K’Ho Coffee –
Da Lat Night Market –
We recently spent two days in Da Lat and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. This vlog covers everything that we saw, ate. So sit back – its a long one! And enjoy!
To start off, we checked in to our accommodation that we booked on Airbnb – This accommodation is a hostel called Maple Hostel! The hostel is located in the centre of a valley overlooking one of the many green pine tree forests of Da Lat. Our favorite part about staying at this hostel was the peace and quiet, the sounds of birds and insects, beautiful butterflies flying around and the serene music being played at the restaurant downstairs. Iv
Not only does the hostel have private rooms, they have a cafe downstairs that serves breakfast, coffee and tea…and they hire out motorbikes too! We ordered a Honda Airblade and it was there within minutes.
As you saw, we started our Da Lat adventure at Datanla Waterfalls where we took a rollercoaster through the Pine tree forests down to Datanla Waterfall. It was an unforgettable experience and we highly recommend you do it when you’re in Da Lat!
Sadly, the rains started coming in for the weekend so we waited the rains out at a local Nem Noung restaurant called Nem Nuong Dung Loc where we had our first authentic Vietnamese spring rolls, and it was great! We then headed to the Da Lat Night Market around Nguyen Thi Minh Khai where we had our first Vietnamese pizza, Soy milks and Da Lat strawberries. The market has a lot to offer from winter clothing, to art, to fresh fruits, vegetables and food. A must-see in Da Lat.
The next day, we visited the Lam Vien Square and then headed to the Da Lat Railway Station where we saw beautiful old trains used before, during and after the Vietnamese War and still in-use to this day for short tourist trips. Da Lat Railway station is a great spot to take photos for instagram so be sure to check it out!
After the trains, we stopped at a cafe for lunch called La Chalet and got absolutely wet on the way as sadly the heavy rains set in for the weekend. La Chalet is right across the road from the Crazy House, which is also a tourist attraction in Da Lat that most people go to.
We planned to visit K’Ho Coffee plantation and village but the rains didn’t stop. One of the things Da Lat is most known for is its coffee plantations and exportation. Our last morning was spent at Xuan Huong coffee garden before we caught our bus back home to Nha Trang.
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