Da Lat Flower Festival

Update news Da Lat Flower Festival

The Central Highland province of Lam Dong is preparing to host the ninth Da Lat Flower Festival which is expected to be the largest ever lasting for two months.

Da Lat flower festival

Da Lat city always sees a dramatic surge of visitors for its biennial flower festival, which has become a cultural trademark of the Central Highlands.

Da Lat to host Flower Festival 2019 in December

The 8th Da Lat Flower Festival will take place from December 20 to 24 in Da Lat and Bao Loc cities, the Lam Dong province People’s Committee has announced.

Da Lat Flower Festival slated for late December

The upcoming Da Lat Flower Festival which will take place between December 20 -24, announced the People’s Committee of Lam Dong at a recent press conference in Hanoi.


Da Lat - A city of flowers

Da Lat City in the central highlands province of Lam Dong is called with different names due to its romantic beauty such as “Little Paris”, “City of Pine Forests”, “Land of Mist”... Da Lat’s flowers, lakes and waterfalls attract tourists

Two records made in Da Lat

 The Vietnam Record Book Centre has certified the 4,000 square metre Love Maze with its 24,000 trees as the largest bewildering network of passages in the country, according to a local newspaper.

Photos: Da Lat Flower Festival 2015 opens

A 15-minute fireworks display lit up the sixth biannual Da Lat Flower Festival's opening ceremony held last night in Da Lat City's Lam Vien (Langbiang) Square.

Home gardeners reviving retro orchid breeds

 VietNamNet Bridge – A number of once-popular varieties of orchids are now back in vogue across Viet Nam, particularly in the southern region.

Da Lat says it with flowers, once again

 VietNamNet Bridge – In Viet Nam, even with its nationwide tradition of horticulture, if you play a word-place association game and mention "flowers", you know what the place is going to be.

Art & Entertainment Headlines December 23

 Vietnamese awarded at Miss ASEAN contest; Traditional Japanese culture on display in Hanoi; Hanoi hosts Fashion Week Spring Summer 2013; Beethoven Symphony No. 9 concert prepares for debut

Myriad activities to be held during Da Lat tourism week

 VietNamNet Bridge – A series of activities will be held during the long-awaited culture and tourism week in Da Lat City of the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, from December 27-31.

Hell market – a unique destination in Dalat

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although it is two more months until the fifth Dalat Flower Festival, many travel companies are doing brisk trade with current tours to the Central Highlands city.

Nguyen Hai Phong – king of bonsai

 VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Hai Phong has shot to fame as the nation’s most famous bonsai artist.

Da Lat is preparing for the Flower Festival

 VietNamNet Bridge - Every year, the exhibition of flowers and plants at the flower garden of Da Lat city is one of the highlights of the Da Lat Flower Festival.

Da Lat to launch Culture-Tourism Week

 VietNamNet Bridge – The 2013 Culture and Tourism Week will take place in the Central Highland resort city of Da Lat, Lam Dong Province from September 27–31.

Da Lat tourism map to better serve visitors

 VietNamNet Bridge – A tourism map for the Central Highlands city of Da Lat is being completed to better serve visitors to the Lam Dong culture-festival week scheduled for late 2013 in the city.

First Vietnam-ASEAN UNESCO Heritage Festival set for 2013

 VietNamNet Bridge – The first Vietnam-ASEAN UNESCO Heritage Festival 2013 will be held in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong from December 27-31.

Da Lat plans four major cultural events in 2013

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province plan to hold four major cultural events in Da Lat towards the end of 2013.

National Tourism Year 2014 to feature 45 events

 National Tourism Year 2014, with its theme of, ‘High Mountains and Thick Forests of the Central Highlands’, will include 45 events, according to an announcement by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.