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Cheap homestay in Dalat. Boarden your views of Vietnam through the locals.

  • ivy7117

    Joined Travelfish
    18th May, 2013
    Posts: 6

    Posted from within Vietnam.

    DALAT, , a beautiful city locates on the highlands, with cool weather. The year round temperature is at 25 C.


    "Dalat is, from what I understand, a favorite destination of the Vietnamese tourists. It is considered a romantic city, where lovers come to enjoy their honeymoon around the lakes and waterfalls. There are far less international tourists than the other main cities, and I thoroughly enjoy that. One interesting fact about this place is that it is the only one in Vietnam that has no traffic lights. Good thing the traffic here is not nearly as chaotic as in Ho Chi Minh city." (Felipe Inturieta's blog)

    We're offering cheap homestay accommodations in Dalat local families.
    If you wish to see Vietnam through much interaction with the locals like staying with the family, joining English speaking clubs, cheap student tour. We're just what you're looking for.

    VISIT US at
    homestayindalat.wix.com/home

    #1 Posted: 18/5/2013 - 22:31

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  • kellylee

    Joined Travelfish
    30th May, 2013
    Posts: 1

    Posted from within Vietnam.

    Well I spent quite a long time in Da Lat. Enough time to say that Vy´s home is the most magical and peaceful place (with the most esthetic furnishings btw) in this whole city.
    And Vy and her family? They are my favorite persons in there. Oh, and her frinds are also pretty cool!
    Thanks Vy! Hope to keep in touch.
    See you again! Either in Vietnam or in Germany...

    #2 Posted: 30/5/2013 - 10:57

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