Dalat is the capital of Lam Dong province in Vietnam. Also called, the "City of Flowers" is renowned for its orchids, roses, vegetables, and fruits. The city is located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbiang Plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands. In Vietnam, Da Lat is a popular tourist destination. Da Lat’s specific sights are pine wood (forming the name: “City of thousands of pine trees”) with twisting roads and tree marigold (Vietnamese: dã quỳ) blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name "City of eternal spring".
Welcome to the Tulip Hotel Dalat, which brings satisfaction and comfort to you. Tulip Hotel has settled in the heart of the city. Indeed it is just 3 minutes walk from famous spots such as Dalat market, restaurants and shopping centers. The hotel staff will be happy to guide through the city and organize your stay. Tulip Hotel offers airport transfer (30 minutes trip) and chauffeur services arrangement. If you are looking for a comfortable and spacious hotel in Dalat, near the excitement of the city center, close to dozens of attractions, Tulip Hotel is indeed the ideal choice.
Da Lat’s year-round temperate weather, standing in contrast to central & southern Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate, has led it to be nicknamed the “City of eternal spring”. The average temperature is 18°C - 25°C. The highest temperature ever in Da Lat was 27°C, and the lowest was 6.5°C. Mist covers the adjoining valleys almost year-round. Its temperate climate also makes it ideal for agriculture. Indeed, Da Lat is renowned for its orchids, roses, vegetables, and fruits. There are nascent wine-making and flower-growing industries in the region.
There are two separate seasons in Da Lat. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season is from November to April. The average annual precipitation is 1,750mm.
Da Lat is home to the man-made, 5 km² Xuan Huong Lake. As of early 2010 the lake has been almost completely drained, due to some repair works on the locks and a bridge that control the flow of water into the lake. As of October 2011, the lake is completely filled and back to normal.