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Lang Biang, Da Lat

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The two peaks of Lang Biang provide great views of the city and the river, stretching like a strip of silk across the green valleys. Paved walking trails wind through the pristine nature of a dark green pine forest, which contrasts against the surroundings and provides welcome shade. Grab some snacks and refreshments on the peak, which reaches 2,167 m (7,109 ft), and enjoy the vista. The well-maintained park also features plenty of benches and small flower gardens. If you're looking for fun activities, try horseback riding or observing birds at the bird-watching site. Put Lang Biang and other Da Lat attractions into our Da Lat itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Best way to get to the moutain peek is taking a jeep car to go and return on foot. And best time to go there is morning, you can enjoy the morning sunshine, the fog and of course the view of Da Lat. I...  more »
  • I was there to experience the trail on a Sunday. Beautiful weather up there. Trail was a bit tough after the part where the trail ends off with pines and starts on clayey, muddy part with undulating a...  more »
  • Lang Bianca has a great scenic view from the top of the mountain but be aware of the costs involved. It costs 30,000 vnd to enter. If you want them to take you by jeep up and down it is an additional ...  more »
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  • Do the trek on your own. Take the local bus (in the city center) to the base of the national park for 9k Dong. From there hike up the main road until you see a cabin (about an hour depending on fitness). At the cabin go right. Takes another 1-2 hours to reach the top and is well worth it. Usually best to start earlier in the day as the afternoon brings rain (written in June). Great view and nice people along the way.
  • Wonderful place. There are many local village artist show theire skills on handmade products. Good place to view natural forest. Beautiful. The weather is cool, a second Europe.
  • There's a path to the top. 1 h 20 min walk at least from bottom. Up there is just a small grassland. Very steep way through the jungle and path is hard to walk! Don't get caught in rain, start early (Path is turning into a stream).
  • Amazing, by walking: follow google maps until view point (dont need to go on the road. There is a hiking way thru forrest that ends up at a cabin near the road to radar station, you find it in google maps) The Rest way is just one way
  • The best camp site I have ever been so far. Either follow the path the Jeeps take or hike through the hills starting from the small path next to Langbiang gate, and enter the entrance to the right. You're supposed to pay a fee, but there is usually nobody there to take it. Follow the path and you will arrive to the peak. The last 1 mile/1.2km or so has wooden stairs, but they are steep and can be slippery if it's the rain season. All your efforts will be paid off once you arrive. The view is breathtaking. During the hike, we saw a few people walking down. And that was their loss. We set camp for the night. There is probably just enough space for 3 small tents. When the sun set, we sat down with the fire, and watch the fog taking over Da Lat, listen to the city's radio echoing through the night. It was amazing. Make sure you wake up early to see the sun rises. You can see the city deeply sleep under the fog, and the sun starts to rise above it. Just you, above everything else. Not sure we will come here again (carrying camping gears and hiking here was a little much for me), but it was an experience of the lifetime.