37 thoughts on “DA LAT, Vietnam – I Had NO IDEA It Was SO BEAUTIFUL!

  1. 👎👎👎❌😡SIMPLY THE WORSE IN DA LAT – THANH THANH Hotel, 70B Ba Thang Hai, Da Lat 670000 Vietnam. Stayed in 2 rooms from 4th to 6th August 2019. Room 303 has no hot water and Room 302 have a very pungent toilet smell. Requested for air freshener but receive no response, instead the owner came to our room and demanded that we pay VND150,000 for a slightly stained bath towel which she insist cannot be washed clean. Refusing to accept our explanation that the stain can be removed, we have no choice but to get it cleaned 100% at a nearby launderette. Instead of solving our complaints she demanded for extra payments. Warning: This hotel does not entertain complaints but instead you need to solve their complaints. Our rating: SIMPLY THE WORSE IN DA LAT and possibly Vietnam .

  2. The name of the new apartment building with automatically hot water, and includes electric, wi-fi etc. Thank you.
    Avoid pork. Go to a Halal place to eat, or cook yourself. Thank you.🇺🇸

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    THANH Hotel, 70B Ba Thang Hai, Da Lat 670000 Vietnam. Stayed in 2 rooms from 4th to 6th
    August 2019. Room 303 has no hot water and Room 302 have a very pungent toilet
    smell.  Requested for air freshener but receive no response, instead the owner came to our room and demanded that we
    pay VND150,000 for a slightly stained bath towel which she insist cannot be
    washed clean. Refusing to accept our explanation that the stain can be removed,
    we have no choice but to get it cleaned 100% at a nearby launderette. Instead
    of solving our complaints she demanded for extra payments. Warning: This hotel
    does not entertain complaints but instead you need to solve their complaints.
    Our rating: SIMPLY THE WORSE IN DA LAT.

  4. I go to Dalat today it was edited lol. My uncle work at cambodia as a soldier and he’s boss let him work at Vietnam

  5. At last a decent picture of Da Lat. Heading there in December for a month's stay. Would you know if visa extension is available there or one needs to go to HCM? Thanks!

  6. Dalat very could
    U should drive a duck in A lake is Ho Xuan Huong
    Go to Dalat is 6hour or 7hour
    XD bus in Việt Nam have a bed

  7. I cannot picture my life without curry though. Are there and curry dishes available at some of these places? What is this food called? Sorry for the dumb question; I'm going to Da Lat in June and am really nervous about liking the chow there.

  8. I love Dalat and i have been there last week on a solo trip. Coming from the ever warm and humid singapore, i absolutely love the cool weather in dalat! On my first day here, i thought i would be alone, but the Vietnamese students i met were so friendly and i have forged several friendship with them. We went to travel, eat and learn about one another. It was a fantastic experience. 🙂

  9. my home town, there is a lot of times i tried to tell people how beautiful of the wild places there, but they only told me"nothing but forest", finally some one noticed what is the point of those places.

  10. Aaah this makes me miss Da Lat so much! Very similar to Sa Pa but bigger and filled with more people I think. I would go out and drink hot soy milk at night and just relax like that.

  11. Similar to the traditional food issue of Chinese cuisine, which uses lots of fats and oils (oily Chinese fried noodles Chow Mein, fatty Beijing duck, and greasy orange chicken are some examples), the biggest problem with Thai cuisine is that it uses too much canned coconut milk. This can lead to many health issues, such as weight gain, high cholesterol, heart diseases, and strokes due to abundant sugar and saturated fat in canned coconut milk. Eating Thai food is like being on a diet of sugar and fat. By contrast, Vietnamese cuisine uses fresh ingredients, lots of vegetables and herbs, and lean cooking techniques that utilize water or broth instead of oils or canned coconut milk. This explained why The Lancet-one of the world's oldest and best known general medical journals, reports, "Vietnam as one of the few countries that has so far escaped the tide of obesity. Less than one per cent of the population of Vietnam is considered obese, unlike in nearby countries such as Thailand, China and Indonesia. . . certainly the more traditional diet in Vietnam is protective against obesity compared to high-density fast food." There you have it. Lean, healthy, and delicious traditional Vietnamese cuisine is now backed by science. "You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces— just good food from fresh ingredients." (Julia Child) ― it sounds a lot like Vietnamese cuisine to me.

  12. Thanks for the video. How hard was it for you to get your Drone in Vietnam? I had my confiscated at the airport and held until I left.

    Kevin

  13. Love the video editing. I was in Dalat a couple of weeks ago. If you got time to kill, I found the Cafe Bich Cau coffee garden on the lake to be pretty relaxing.

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