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Son Doong Cave in Vietnam -Discovered the World’s Largest Cave

There are many things that make the Son Doong Cave in Vietnam a remarkable natural wonder; at about 9km in length, 200m in width and 150m in height, it is the largest cave in the world, with caverns capable of fitting entire city streets and skyscrap...
by dalattravel on May 14, 2015

dalat – vietnam travel blog By Mr billamelita(

Certainly full of food we head off for our tour of the mountains. And it was at this point we met Mr Lee. Mr Lee is 34yrs old and married with a 4yr daughter. He was to be the guide and his party consisted of ourselves, Chinese ( of course) , Koreans...
by dalattravel on Aug 27, 2013

Dalat Jam

Jam in other area is only produced and sold by Tet occasion, but jam in Da Lat is sold all time because Da Lat is a Kingdom of jam in Vietnam. The jam-making occupation in Da Lat was found in the late 1950s – the early 1960s. It firstly appeared fr...
by dalattravel on Jun 14, 2013

Exploring riddles of nature at Cat Tien Park

Together with Tram Chim National Park in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap, Bau Sau (Crocodile Lake) in Cat Tien National Park in the southern province of Dong Nai is recognized as a world wetland Ramsar site by UNESCO. The southern section of C...
by dalattravel on Jun 14, 2013

Dalat City at full speed

The facade of Dalat Railway Station The best way for tourists to see the delectable Dalat City if they are pushed for time is to head to Dalat Railway station, buy a cheap ticket and full steam ahead. A cabbage fi eld viewed from the train – Ph...
by dalattravel on Jun 4, 2013

A wonderful tour of Tuyen Lam Lake

You can feel the first cool air of Dalat when reaching Prenn Pass. Just past Datanla Waterfall, our bus makes a left and goes into a pine forest before an immense lake called Tuyen Lam looms. Why such a name? Tuyen stands for stream while Lam means f...
by dalattravel on Jun 4, 2013

Exploring ecotourism in Yang Bay waterfall

Tourists on their way to Nha Trang will no doubt be excited about swimming, scuba diving, exploring the marine world or mud bathing, however, they should also consider  eco-tourism and the hot spring at Yang Bay Waterfall tourist area. Yang Bay, abo...
by dalattravel on May 17, 2013

The clay house in dalat Vietnam

Dalat is a charming city with vast flowers gardens, winding mountain passes, Iushy green pine forests and amiable people. Many visitors to Dalat are so charmed by its beauty that they hesitate to leave after just one visit; many choose it as their se...
by dalattravel on May 2, 2013

A visit to Ninh Thuan grape garden

Those who have a chance to visit the central coastal province of Ninh Thuan should make a trip to its popular grape garden and savor the sweet taste of this fruit. Ninh Thuan is home to around 200 varieties of grape. It has 2,500 hectares for grape p...
by dalattravel on Apr 23, 2013

A perfect moment in Sao Beach

Bai Sao is a must-visit destination for anyone touring Phu Quoc Island off the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang. When it was suggested as a weekend break by one of the gang, we knew we’d be regretful our whole lives if we did not make it happen.
by dalattravel on Mar 25, 2013

An Giang’s rice fields rival northern rivals

People often talk in admiring terms about the northwest region’s beautiful terraced rice fields, but not so many people know that An Giang Province is also blessed with such beauty. We came to Ta Pa Hill in Tri Ton District one sunny afternoon to l...
by dalattravel on Mar 25, 2013

Enchanting hills of highlands

When you imagine the Central Highlands you think of forests, streams and funnily enough big hills. So, on a recent city break in Dalat the hills were a-calling and we had to take advantage of our location to enjoy the real locations of Lam Dong Provi...
by dalattravel on Mar 22, 2013

Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival with Saigontourist

Buon Ma Thuot Coffee Festival will take place in Buon Ma Thuot City, Daklak Province from tomorrow until Tuesday, featuring a series of colorful festivities to introduce the culture, landscapes and people of the highlands to visitors. Hotels under ma...
by dalattravel on Mar 12, 2013

Dalat City at night is some spectacle

Having been desperate to go to the jewel in Lam Dong Province for such a long time maybe I had hyped it up too much and my myths were dispelled by a trip to the night market, which the signpost said was 1km from our hotel but as we strolled arm-in-ar...
by dalattravel on Mar 10, 2013

Admiring coffee flowers on Di Linh Plateau

  Di Linh Plateau is covered in white on a spring day It’s such a perfect time after Tet (Lunar New Year) to admire the immense coffee forest blossoming white in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong. This year, Di Linh Plateau which ha...
by dalattravel on Mar 10, 2013

Travel Vietnam: Mai Chao Village

This guest post was written by Stephanie Long. From the top of the hill, Mai Chao looks like the Vietnam I’ve always imagined: rice paddies and small huts, nestled in a valley in the midst of sharp mountains. After a chaotic week in Hanoi, I wa...
by My Several Worlds on Jul 19, 2012

Lowongan kerja April : Lowongan mining di KPC Kaltim Prima Coal

PT KALTIM PRIMA COAL (PT KPC) 1. Manager Coal Technology (Code: MCT) • Tertiary qualifications in Geology, Chemistry or Metallurgy. • Broad experience and proven skills in coal management, stockpile management, coal quality inspection and testing...
by Lowongan Kerja CPNS dan BUMN on Apr 17, 2012

Halong Bay

Halong Bay Vietnam consists of a dense cluster of over 3,000 limestone monolithic islands (although locals claim there are only 1,969 as this is the year of Ho Chi Minh’s death), each topped with thick jungle vegetation, rising spectacularly fr...
by Halong Bay Cruises on Mar 26, 2012

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