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  • SACOM TUYEN LAM GOLF CLUB Sacom Tuyen Lam Golf Club is located on the eastern shores of the Tuyen Lam Lake and is surrounded by large mountains and towering pine trees; which makes for excellent scenery and year round cool golf weather.
  • THE DALAT AT 1200 COUNTRY CLUB The Dalat at 1200 Country Club is one of the finest courses in the region, with Bent grass greens and aprons consistently green speeds are 9.5 to 10.5 although they can be faster.
  • DALAT PALACE GOLF CLUB The Dalat Palace Golf Club is situated 5000 feet above sea level in the temperate highlands of Dalat and plays downhill to the Xuan Huong Lake.
  • BA NA HILLS GOLF CLUB The IMG-managed Ba Na Hills Golf Club is set in the foothills and native forests of the famed Ba Na Hills, only 25 minutes from Da Nang City, Vietnam.
  • LAGUNA LANG CO GOLF CLUB Laguna Lang Co Golf Club will certainly leave golfers with a unique sense of place in the rustic hinterland destination.
  • MONTGOMERIE LINKS VIETNAM The over-arching design philosophy behind all of Colin Montgomerie’s designs is to work closely with natural characteristics of each site.
  • BRG DA NANG GOLF RESORT The 148-yard, par-3 16th, which plays to a slightly elevated green, framed by two of the course’s deepest bunkers and back-dropped by the azure East Sea and lush Cham Islands.

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Dalat Overview

Known as the city of flower and the city of eternal Spring, Dalat is a romantic honeymoon spot for Vietnamese. Da Lat’s specific sights are pine wood (forming the name: “City of thousands of pine trees”) with twisting roads and tree marigold blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate. Mist covering the valleys almost year-round leads to its name “City of eternal spring”.

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The high altitude, cool climate, natural beauty and rich game hunting are what first drew the French colonialists here in the first half of the 20th century. Da Lat became a popular holiday spot, a respite from the country’s heat and tropical maladies. It flourished as an alpine/lakeside summer holiday town, garnering it yet another nickname, “Le Petit Paris” or little Paris. Remnants of bourgeois French colonial architecture can still be seen today: grand old hotels, charming crumbling villas with rose gardens, tree-shaded promenades and churches.

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Da Lat’s appeal continues as it now enjoys popularity as a vacation spot for domestic tourists. As one local explained, Da Lat experiences four seasons in one day. When you wake, the weather will feel like spring. Midday temperatures rise to a summery 24 degrees Celsius. At four o’clock the air turns as crisp as an autumn’s day. By nightfall, it’s winter – at least by Vietnamese standards. Judging by all the thick puffy jackets for sale at the market, you’d think it was Siberia. For most, the 15-degree nights are refreshing and pleasant. Come prepared with a warm layer.
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