Demo Since the French colonial era, the hill town of Da Lat has been the most popular vacation spot in the area. It’s sometimes referred to as “Little Paris,” and there’s even a little Eiffel Tower right in the middle of town. Because of its location on a plateau 1,500 meters above sea level, this getaway town provides a pleasant respite from the heat and humidity of the country’s larger cities, particularly in the summer. From November to early March, Dalat has relatively consistent temperatures of about 10 °C (50 °F). Therefore pants and a sweater are required.
Da Lat’s neighboring farmlands are known for producing abundant fresh flowers, vegetables, and fruit. There are many parks, woods, and ethnic communities around the city. While agriculture and tourism bring in the most money, the city also takes great pride because it is an educational hub that annually turns out experts in a wide variety of fields, such as physicians and architects (Dalat University alone has more than 13,000 students). In light of this, you may expect to encounter many young, passionate, and welcoming Vietnamese people throughout your stay.