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Datanla Falls, Da Lat

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Waterfall · Nature / Park
Stand on the arched wooden bridge underneath Datanla Falls, pouring from a 40 m (131 ft) high terraced cliff into a pool below. Set in a conservation forest covering more than 300 hectares (741 acres), the well-developed, family-friendly site includes all the amenities. You can hike to the falls on a pleasant path or hop on the gentle alpine roller-coaster. Other onsite activities include cable cars, rappelling, and rafting. Add Datanla Falls to your Da Lat travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Da Lat trip itinerary maker app.
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  • The alpine rollercoaster is amazing. It can seat two people and you can go as fast or as slow as you want. We come here at least once every time we visit Dalat. Kids taller than about 85cm can go on.....  more »
  • I loved the rollercoaster ride. I think it's the best ride I've been on here The setting is Gorgeous. It is quite something to see when you realize that everything is made to look real and really...  more »
  • The prices seem a bit high however the facilities are well maintained and presented. We climbed down past falls 1 & 2 and then took the rail/coaster ride back up from fall 3. And this was a good option. I think given more time, I would recommend coasting down to fall 3 and then back up before visiting fall 1 & 2. (Or vice versa)
  • A pretty good place to visit! It’s worth a visit at least once when you’re in Da Lat. There is a roller coaster and high ropes course. I didn’t go on the roller coaster because it had a super long line and it isn’t much of an extreme ride (go if you like something that isn’t too thrill seeking). The high ropes course was great, however! There are different levels to the high ropes course, and it will definitely make you tired after 1.5-2 hours. :) Better to book ahead/online so that you can save time and reserve a spot. They allow the course in time slots.

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