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A Day in Da Lat: What to See and Do in the City of Eternal Spring  


Kaylin
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Da Lat (also spelled as Dalat) is a city in the mountains of Vietnam, and it's one of the most popular destinations for tourists. The city is famous for its natural beauty and cool climate. Da Lat is also known as "the City of Eternal Spring" because it has an average temperature of 18 degrees Celsius all year round. Visitors to Da Lat can enjoy a variety of activities, such as hiking, biking and sightseeing.…

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Young Vietnamese people think that there is a curse that "couples in love, if they come to Da Lat together, they will break up later". This place is also suitable for people who are sad, many music shows take place here. The scenery is beautiful, so there are also many couples taking wedding photos. Curse or not, Da Lat is still an ideal place for a vacation.

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yes I heard about this curse too. Da Lat is a great place to take your friends and family but not your lover.

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I think you are not right about this, 90% of young people come here with their lovers and couples always want to go to Da Lat.

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I heard about the curse of Da Lat and always thought it was silly. I feel like if you go there believing this then you will manifest it in your real life. That is the only way it happens!

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I agree with you. If you keep believing in something, it might just happen in real life.

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I go there quite often kk I usually travel there 2 times/year just to relax and breath of fresh air there. I think young Vietnamese people usually travel to Dalat and they very liked there

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Yes, many young Vietnamese often go to Da Lat to cool down from Vietnam's hot weather. There, street vendors sell food favored by young people like banh trang tron.

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Thanks for the guide, Kaylin! It sounds like a great day. Here are a few of my own recommendations:

1) Start your day by exploring Da Lat's French architecture and vibrant markets.
2) Head to the Valley of Love for an afternoon of hiking and waterfall watching.
3) End your day with a relaxing soak in Da Lat's hot springs.

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I'm thrilled you enjoyed the guide and thanks for sharing your own delightful recommendations! Exploring Da Lat's enchanting French architecture and lively markets sounds like a marvelous way to start the day. And the Valley of Love sounds like the perfect spot for an afternoon of joyful hiking and waterfall watching. By the way, when I visited Da Lat, I couldn't resist trying some of their scrumptious street food too! It was a delectable adventure.

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Happy you liked the guide! Valley of Love is indeed a delightful spot for hiking and waterfall-watching. By the way, have you checked out the Amazing House and Bao Dai Summer Palace yet? They're worth a visit too!

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