In the southern Vietnam Central Highlands lies the city of Da Lat, where cool breezes and picturesque sights attract locals and tourists all year round. Known as the "City of Eternal Spring", this popular tourist destination was originally developed as a vacation resort by the French colonizers. Dotted with colonial style villas and hotels against the magnificent mountains, pine forests, lakes, and waterfalls, you would not want to miss a tour around the city's best sights. Get picked up from your hotel or meet up with the group and make your way to Robin Hill, where you'll have the option to take a scenic cable car ride to Truc Lam Zen Monastery or continue via car. At the Truc Lam Zen Monastery, take a peaceful walk around and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere before visiting the man-made Tuyen Lam Lake where rows of pine trees meet the shore. Your next stop is the Datanla Waterfall, where the water falls from a height of 20m before disappearing through layers of marble scattered along the stream. You'll then make your way to Emperor Bao Dai's Summer Palace, the third mansion of the last Vietnamese emperor. The French inspired villa is located within the Love Forest and a must-visit site for all visitors in Da Lat City. After a quick lunch at your own expense, explore Dalat Flower Garden and be drawn into the beauty of this kingdom of flowers that make for a great background for photos! Your second to the last stop is the Van Hanh Pagoda, and your tour ends with a visit to the Strawberry Farm where the hydroponic farming method is used. After the tour, you'll be dropped safely back to the meet up location or hotel.