Dalat Flower Park, Da Lat

3.6
#3 of 15 in Parks in Da Lat
A family-friendly attraction with something in bloom year-round, Dalat Flower Park features 300 species, including hydrangeas, camellias, azaleas, orchids, pansies, roses, mimosas, bonsai trees, and peach blossoms, as well as countless topiaries. Established in 1966, the hilltop park covers around 11 hectares (27 acres), making a nice relaxation area away from city bustle. Take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the grounds, or head to one of the observation decks to view the different colors and the central pond. The park sells attractive bouquets as souvenirs of the "city of a thousand flowers." Plan trip to Da Lat with our itinerary maker to find out where to go and what to do.
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  • Not very exciting and no information about the flowers etc. Just like walking round a garden centre.  more »
  • Had to kill some time in the day so we stopped by here and had a walk around. Pretty, cheap and nice on a sunny day.  more »
  • This place cannot attract too much. Just a place to take photos with some decorated flowers background.  more »
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  • It’s ok I supposed. Not much to be seen here except flowers. I don’t know what to expect out of this only flowers and you can only expect a flower, only that. And the thing is me and sister was taking a photo with the lavenders. And then their is some Vietnamese girl group want to take a photo and they literally chase me and my sister. We were like huh okay. And another the story is that in the garden they have like a horse to ride or something and my mom wanted just to take a photo with the horse face, but then the guy who was their with the horse chase her like a dog! I mean okay if you don’t want us tourist to take a photo why don’t you have a sign says do not take a photo or something but then again it’s in the tourist spot which it doesn’t make any sense if they don’t let us take a photo. IF YOU EXPECTED MORE THAN A FLOWER, JUST DON’T GO.
  • plenty of flowers to see and well maintained not like those free local parks. many stools or place to sit and relax. plenty of nice spots to take photos and should visit when you have plenty of time to spare and the place is quite big. however, should try to avoid visiting this place during noon as the ultraviolet from the sun will make you darker in no time. couldn't find any map inside the park itself, they should have put map every small distance so that the tourists are able to decide where to visit instead of just simply walking around.
  • Wonderful place! So much to see! A lot of upkeep must be involved with his place! The fare was fairly cheap I believe it was 40-50k per person. Great place for kids, many picture taking opportunities!
  • Was just OK, not something I would expect to be charged for. The whole thing seems to be set up for getting your photo taken. Seems all the Asians like to dress up and pose for photos. Much effort put into wierd, not sure what to call it "art" instead of nice flower beds. The bonsai style trees were my favorite part. Water as in the lake is very smelly and full of dead floating fish.
  • Exactly how I image English formal gardens looked in the 1960s, complete with painted concrete toadstools and Disneyesque woodland creatures, along with garish flower beds depicting flags etc. It’s bit of fun really and the grounds are well tended, but don’t go out of your way to visit.
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