By bus the journey from Dak Lak to Dalat is scheduled to take 5 hours. There are no direct flights between Dak Lak and Dalat.
Bus Times from Dak Lak to Dalat
There is currently 1 direct bus service a day from Dak Lak to Dalat available to book online.
|06:00||11:00||$9 USD||Vy Van|
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Dak Lak Bus Stop
Vy Van bus services from Dak Lak to Dalat depart from Buon Ma Thuot Bus Station.
Dalat Bus Stop
Vy Van bus services from Dak Lak to Dalat terminate at the Vy Van Bus Station in Dalat.
About Travel to Dalat
Dalat is one of several highland holiday destinations in Vietnam. Dalat is much closer to Ho Chi Minh City than the highland areas, such as Sapa, in the North of Vietnam and lots of Vietnam tourists come to Dalat, particularly before or after weddings to take pictures of the couple in their wedding attire. Dalat is located at altitude, 1,500 metres above sea level, surrounded by lakes, forests and hills creating an excellent background for photographs. The higher altitude also means that the weather is much cooler than lowland areas of Vietnam allowing the production of temperate climate vegetables and flowers, and the whole area is very green.
Dalat was founded in 1907 as a holiday destination for French residents of Vietnam. Since that time Dalat has grown into a large town with other 400,000 permanent residents. The French influence is still apparent in the layout of the town, which features wide streets, and its architecture. Paticularly notable is Dalat’s pretty train station which is disconnected from the main railway network. Dalat Railway Station looks very similar to the historic Trouville-Deauville Railway Station in Normandy. Also notable are the three Art Deco style villas built for the last Emperor of Vietnam who frequently came on holiday to Dalat. For the best views of Dalat and the surrounding area we recommend taking the cable car service up to Thien Vien Truc Lam Monastery and Linh Phuoc Pagoda. The views on route and from these two hill top temples are stunning.