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Dalat city

Dalat is a city in Lam Dong province, on the Lam Vien Plateau, at an altitude of 1500 m above sea level and the natural area: 393.29 km ². Dalat in the highlands Lang Biang, northern province of Lam Dong, on the north, adjacent to the Dalat district of Luoyang, the eastern and southeastern borders with Don Duong district, west and southwest border with two Lam Ha and Duc Trong district. 



Hundreds of years ago, Da Lat is the locality of residence of the Creek, or all of Lang Biang Plateau, an area of over 400 km ², surrounded by mountain ranges and a row: North and Northwest World Choromui limited by range, Yo Da Myut (1816 m), Northwest-based foot mountain Kae Chu Yang (1921 m), in Lang Son Biang the highest peak is Chu Yang Sinh (1408 m). Eastern foot of the mountains Bi Doup (2278 m) plateau slopes down to Dran. Southeast definitely taught by Proline (1629 m). South and southwest are the mountains Elephant (1754 m) and Yang Soreng surrounded. 

Because the influence of elevation and pine trees surrounded, Dalat's many features of the temperate domain. Average temperature 18-21 ° C, the highest temperature never exceed 30 ° C and lowest is not below 5 ° C.

Dalat bears the look of an Old French city. It was founded in 1897 when Doctor Alexandre Yersin recommended that the area be developed as a resort town. Dalat has many natural and artificial lakes such as Ho Xuan Huong, Than Tho, Da Thien, and Tuyen Lam bordered by lines of pine trees, which are a well-known feature of Dalat. A trip to Dalat is not complete until one goes to the Dalat Flower Gardens.

The temperate climate of Dalat is suitable for flowers such as orchids, roses, lilies, and camellias. Nowadays, tourists not only limit themselves to Dalat, they also visit the area of Langbian Highland and the ethnic minorities. Langbian Mountain's highest peak at 2,165m is very tempting for climbers. From Lom Bieng Klo peak, one can see endless green mountains reflecting the silver rays of the sun. Many tours are organized in the area, including parachuting and climbing. 

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