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Dalat Railway Station, Da Lat

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Landmark Tourist Spot
A colonial Art Deco structure with some nods to Vietnamese highland architecture, Dalat Railway Station once provided an important starting point for the rack railway. Climb into the old wooden carriages on display and take some nostalgic photos, then explore the well-preserved Japanese Class C12 steam locomotive and its counterpart, a 1930s German model of a Prairie engine. The station still services five trains, including a 7 km (4.3 mi) circular journey around the city and through some countryside. A local guide will tell you all about history of the region; refresh at the cafe in one of the trains. Our Da Lat holiday planner makes visiting Dalat Railway Station and other Da Lat attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This is one of the oldest train station in Indochina. Da Lat railway station looked charming with colonial architecture . We came here to take start our short train ride to Traimat  more »
  • Part French, part Vietnamese, we enjoyed our visit and stopped for lovely Dalat coffee in one of the railway carriages. It was very quiet here, but had a strong 'feeling' of what it would have been li...  more »
  • The Da Lat rail station is quite charming, lovely building, they put a lot of effort and skills to make it lovely. Not a working railroad station (that I know of)...now a big gift shop and nice views ...  more »