The waterfall is good but I don't condone the elephant riding however this review is purely based on the waterfall. Worth walking under.
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I find this place is just a stop by venue along the journey to Da lat. Nothing special besides the falls. We had our simple lunch there and took a good rest with few shots of photograph. The museum and animals rides does not appeal...More
The falls are mediocre and the animal rides are horrible. Wouldn't recommend that anyone support this place with their money while they are treating animals poorly.
The waterfall itself is OK. It's packed with tourists. There is elephants you can the, but they are chained down and do not look well treated. There are water buffalo which are visibly scared of humans. Would not recommend to avoid supporting the animal rides.
Impressed by a suspension bridge, this is a highlight spot, the rest of scenery is alike almost the other touristic areas: Valley of Love, Datanla Falls... I always try to take a cable car for getting the panaroma view, it is suitable for a family...More
beautifull . but I think that place just for Vietnamese and Russian here, You will run out of money if you want to do something here. like Visiting Orchid Garden, Wild Kid Hunting, Elephant Riding, Cable Car 100m, Ostrict Riding, Buffalow Riding,..etc
Let's start with the important reason why you ought not to go - water buffalo and elephants chained up ready for some fat set of tourists to idly sit on their back. Saw an ostrich whacked for no reason by its owner. Why is any...More
Beyond the scenery, the rest was disturbing the way they treated their animals. Depressing and over priced for what it was. Water Buffalo's nose was chained to a stool, the three elephants were in such a tiny space and looked unhealthy and the ostrich looked...More
Prenn Park & Falls is located just outside of Dalat in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and is a park with picnic areas, amusement rides and a waterfall dedicated to the Montengard people who live in the Central Highlands. I came into contact with the...More
Hard to see from the start but once you get moving and go down to the foot of the falls, you start to appreciate the layout, the gardens and the work that was out into this semi amusement park. Did not appeal to me from...More