Swimming pool without water- new check-in corner attracts young people to Dalat

With a different, mysterious beauty, a shallow pool in a villa in Dalat (Lam Dong) is a check-in point that attracts young people.

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Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Considered by many tourists as the "national virtual living paradise", Da Lat has constantly appeared quality check-in locations, making young people irresistible. Recently, the area of Tran Le Xuan special villa at 2 Yet Kieu Street causes a stir in the tourist groups with a different view of the pool without water. Photo: Yy.chu__.
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
After a period of restoration, this place was officially opened to visitors since 2008. In addition, the palace is also a place to display many important documents on the formation and development of Da Lat. Photo: Lh.duy, baocunnguyen.
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
The Palace has a campus of 13,000 m2, built in the style of classic French architecture. It consists of 3 large villas named Lam Ngoc, Bach Ngoc and Hong Ngoc and a Japanese garden that is always green. Photo: Mailtt_, k.minh99.
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
The water drained pool area is impressive to visitors when coming here. At first glance, the pool is nothing special except the blue background, but if you invest in costumes, perform a little "deep", promising you will take home many "excellent" pictures. Photo: Ngocbaotran8, phuongmy.0804.
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Now, if you have the opportunity to visit Dalat, do not miss this place. The quiet, silent setting around the palace will help you relax more. Posing with outside angles, trees, flowers, and leaves will help your photos look more vivid and vibrant. Photo: Bobtuannghia, thienhang_dino.
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Dalat (Lam Dong)
Tran Le Xuan Palace is open from 7:30 to 16:30, with a ticket price of 20,000 VND / person. Coming here, in addition to checking-in with a special pool, you can visit the space of an ancient Dalat with nostalgic and ancient features. Photo: Vonkstef, vonkstef.

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