Sunday, October 20, 2019

Two emerging 'virtual living' spots in Dalat

Rose garden with many small landscapes like abroad or a photographic background built from yellow barrels attracts many young people in Dalat.

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Below are suggestions for two emerging check-in photo spots in Dalat.

Tom's Rose Garden


Rose Garden is located in Khe Sanh, about 3 km from the center of Dalat City. Although it was put into operation not so long ago, this place is currently crowded with many visitors, especially young people, thanks to its large garden and many beautiful photo corners.
The fascinating experience here is mainly picking roses and eating on the spot. Photo: Tom's Rose Garden.
To visit the garden, visitors will buy tickets for 20,000 VND per person. The owner of the garden has arranged many small baskets with a pole for visitors to borrow to pick roses and to make photography props.

The persimmon season in Da Lat usually starts in the middle of September to the end of November. Tourists can directly find the ripe red fruits located deep in the garden. The owner of the garden also noted that visitors do not pick yellow or green fruits, as these have to be kept for 7 to 10 days to be edible. If you can't find ripe fruit, you can still go to the stall to taste persimmon in the garden bungalow.

In addition to the experience of picking persimmon, those who love to take pictures when coming here will indulge in the small scenes scattered in the garden. You can also take pictures of transparent bubbles or eye-catching bungalows.
In the garden, there is also a mini landscape like a bubble hotel in Bali. Photo: Tom's Persimmon Garden.

To come here, from the center of Dalat City, visitors follow Tran Hung Dao Street to Trai Mat and turn to Khe Sanh. After running for 1.2 km, turn to a small road next to Huong Rung restaurant. Going about 500 m, you will encounter 3 more dirt roads leading to 3 different directions, turn to the rightmost path is to.

Windmill Cake Factory


Famous for its golden wall in the heart of Da Lat, the Windmill Bakery has just released a similar photography background, made from yellow fruit containers.
Photography background from the yellow barrels interested by many people. Photo: @coixaygiovn.
This background is located in a bakery on Phan Boi Chau. Tourists come here, besides taking photos, you can still enjoy a variety of affordable cakes such as donuts, cupcakes, ice cream cakes ...

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