come and have a look the most "oldest" train at Dalat railway... you can have your photo shooting here....
Seems as if the station is part wedding photographers' standard locations. We saw a couple during our short time there. The station itself is not particularly interesting, though you might feel differently if you are into trains. Worth a look if you are in close proximity to the station, if not then don't bother.
Practically nothing to add, station - not interesting, train - perfect, pagoda - perfect. We didn't go with the group and visited another pagoda on the left hill first. That's how we saw two pagodas instead of one, but be careful - train waits only for 45 minutes, so we had to run back.
It is a small place, nice to see if you are already here, but not a must-see. There are brides and grooms coming to take photos here and they are far more interesting to look at than the site by itself
My boyfriend loved capturing every moments, every scenes and I definitely became his model. We were recommended by our local friends about this place. We did not disappoint. The weather was cool therefore I could choose winter style. The view made my day. The architecture was so ancient and lovely. I also had some beautiful pictures with the train. I'm... More
I loved the waiting room with the leather seats and coffee table. The architecture is also lovely. there is an old cog-wheel train outside. Although not obvious if you can't read Vietnamese, you can take a 7 or 8km journey to a village on this train.
The station is a lovely old building with a lot of original parts inside from the French. The best bit is the train takes you to Ga Trai Mat which has the two most lovely pagoda's you will ever see
For anyone interested in trains or architecture this is worth a visit. It is an imposing structure and was an important terminus, transporting visitors from Saigon and produce out of the highlands. It really ceased to operate once hostilites commenced during the French war and never really functioned again as it was always vulnerable to attack and sabotage. Road and... More
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