Lam Vien Square is the most spectacular construction of the city of thousands flowers- Da Lat. The most prominent among the green spaces of Dalat entertainment venue this evening are 2 glass works which are considered the current architectural masterpieces. It was the works of Hoa Da Quy and Bud Flower Artisans, which almost everyone visited Dalat and had to check in.
Da Lat – The city of thousands of flowers is the most visited young people in early 2016. Not only prominent with the famous tourist attractions such as Langbiang Mountain, Dream Hill, Da Lat Market that recently. This beautiful city also attracts young people with new check-in points in Dalat Lam Vien Square.
In particular, within the flower buds also has a coffee corner, a beautiful bar to serve visitors to Dalat.
On the outside, there is a view overlooking Xuan Huong Lake, you can go hiking, visit the exhibition, trade, entertainment or participate in kite flying, roller skating, with friends gathered at colorful
Lam Vien Square is located in the middle of flower city, overlooking Xuan Huong lake with a total area of 72,000 m2
Not only bring a large space, cool with many recreational activities that Lam Vien Square is also impressed with the huge artworks with blocks of sunflower shape and flower buds are designed by colored glasses.
The sunflower is more than 18 meters high, with an area of 1,200 m2, the interior is performing art stage with 1,500 seats. According to the yellow flower design will hug close to the curved roof, pistil design is inclined so that people look at easily associated with sunflowers.
Open Time: 7:00 AM – Close Time: 10:00 PM
Address: Trần Quốc Toản, Phường 01, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Tỉnh Lâm Đồng
Every evening, the square is a place to attract people with lots of interesting games and unique dishes such as: Kite flying; rollerblading; Eat baked rice paper; soy milk.
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