The South-Central Coasts and Highlands Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The South-Central Coasts and Highlands - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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100 Egg Mud Bath

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Nha Trang's newest mud bath complex, 100 Egg Mud Bath is named after the dinky egg-shaped private bathing capsules that each accommodate...

Ba Ho Waterfall

A stop often included in countryside motorbike tours, Ba Ho Waterfall is not the most impressive waterfall around but the journey there...

Bai Dai Beach

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Located 20 km (12½ miles) south of Nha Trang near Mia Resort, this beach is definitely worth a visit sooner rather than later. Right...

Bao Dai's Summer Palace

  • Historic District/Site

A yellow cement structure built in 1933, Bao Dai's Summer Palace, on the south side of Xuan Huong Lake, is a wonderfully preserved example...

Cat Tien National Park

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The 72,000-hectare ruggedly beautiful Cat Tien National Park, one of six biosphere reserves recognized by UNESCO in Vietnam, is home...

Central Market

  • Market/Bazaar

Originally built in 1929 and rebuilt in 1937 after a fire, the central market is the heart of Dalat. Locals and tourists come to the...

Crémaillère Railway

  • Building/Architectural Site

In 1933, 30 years after work started, a 105-km cog railway line was completed, linking Dalat to Nha Trang and Saigon. The line was closed...

Dak Lak Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum, which opened in late 2011, pays tribute to local ethnic minority people with its overall design and displays, which include...

Dalat Crazy House

  • Building/Architectural Site

This psychedelic flight of architectural whimsy will probably be the wackiest thing you see in Vietnam, which is saying something, given...

Dalat Flower Garden

  • Garden/Arboretum

The Dalat Flower Garden, on the northeast side of Xuan Huong Lake, contains 300 species of native and exotic flowers, including roses,...


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