Recenty, a large number of tourists have rushed to Da Lat city. When they are asked about the destinations to visit, it is surprising that Hoa Sơn Điền Trang is a place that many visitors put in the schedule when they visit this city.

So, where is it and why is it attractive? Let’s find out with Viet Activity.

Hoa Son Dien Trang is an eco-tourist location. It is about 8km from the center of Da Lat city, locating at 159, Ward 5, on the way to Ta Nung Pass (DT725 motorway).

In spite of its area of nearly 40 hectares, Hoa Son Dien Trang “nestle” gently under the hills. Coming to this place, you will not only be overwhelmed by the wild and terribly mystical scenery but also by the great charm of Hoa Son Dien Trang.

The first special attractiveness of Hoa Son Dien Trang is the Lucky Hand or the Giant Buddha’s Hand, which has been shared a lots on social internet. The hand is braided from clambering plants and braced with huge wooden blocks below; therefore, tourists can stand and take photos comfortably without worrying about the safety. Standing on the Hand, you can look far away and have a panoramic view of Hoa Son Dien Trang.

Moreover, there are many different beautiful sights such as Triangle Flower Road, Japanese Cherry Blossom Road, old banyan tree, ponds, skygate, waterfalls, camping area on the 7 floors waterfall, Old Sapa Rose Garden, treehouses and other small landscapes, helping Hoa Son Dien Trang become more familiar and harmony with nature.

You can get to Hoa Son Dien Trang by using this chedule: From the city center, head to Hoang Van Thu Street, then go to Van Thanh Village, go toward the trail leading to Ta Nung Pass (the pass between Da Lat city and Nam Ban town, Lam Ha). From this position, go about 5km further and you will see Hoa Son Dien Trang by the left side of the road.

Designed harmoniously to the nature,Hoa Son Dien Trang is an ideal destination for tourists who love peacefulness and want to be in harmony with nature to abandon their worries and sadness.

Besides, Hoa Son Dien Trang has accommodating system, food service, outdoor camping or team building games ... to make your trip complete.