Train ride to Temple complex is sooo cool. Please check before hand if the train actually goes because it requiers at least 20 guests. You get a bottle of water and all. We loved it!
About Dalat Railway Station
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I also would recommend this place because it contains like you were in that place by contains all trains as normal like before but not good for going with children because they might get boring very quickly.
This is a nice old building with a (stationary) steam train on one track. There is also an operational older train that takes you to the very interesting Linh Phuoc Pagoda complex, about a 20-minute ride. This train goes around 4 times a day, but...More
Although it is apparently the oldest railway station in Vietnam, this is a run down place with no trains. Just a few, second rate, cafes
An old non-operational French built railway station which includes a vintage steam engine and carriage (converted into a cafe and gift shop, of course) and a collection of large wooden carvings made from tree trunk pieces. Not much to see so if you look at...More
The railway station is a pretty colonial building but the greatest attraction is the possibility to take a short trip in the historic train. Warmly recommended and unique
Located in the city and it is very old. I was built from the colonial time. Now it is just another landmark of the city
Interesting architecture but the place really could use some cleaning and renovation (ie. the ink off the stained glass panels was coming off). The souvenir shop is dark and full of the usual cheap trinkets. There's a old Swiss stream engine and a few cars...More