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King for a day

Normally I don't visit places such as these; Pagodas, Temples, etc. I'm more of an outdoor... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kidon L
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A King for a Day ( well 5 mins at least )

Great fun and worth checking in with those that used to have it all. The palace is small but... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2018
Kevin T
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Auckland, New Zealand
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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No. 1, Tran Quang Dieu Str, Da Lat, Vietnam
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+84 91 712 82 18
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Normally I don't visit places such as these; Pagodas, Temples, etc. I'm more of an outdoor adventurer such as going to beaches, waterfalls, or hike in the mountains. But it's good to sometimes visit places like these to learn a little about history. I enjoyed...More

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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

Great fun and worth checking in with those that used to have it all. The palace is small but informative and there is a bit more to see and do. Loved dressing up as a King....

1  Thank Kevin T
Reviewed 4 April 2018

Essentially a summer residence, described as a palace, providing interesting information about the King and his family.

Thank zjadavji
Reviewed 4 February 2018

We took a taxi from the city center, paid a reasonable entrance fee and entered a huge compound covered by trees. After passing around few smaller villas you arrive to the main building at the end of the driveway. In the palace, you can see...More

3  Thank davidborges
Reviewed 21 January 2018

We learned a lot of history touring the palace and even paid a fee to dress up in their costumes for pictures as Emperor and Empress of Vietnam! Palace is well kept and the grounds well tendered. We enjoyed this place.

1  Thank _fntham
Reviewed 29 December 2017 via mobile

Our family of four thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this Palace. It tells the story of King Bao Dai who was the last Emporer of Vietnam. The palace and gardens are beautifully restored and maintained. All the rooms are set up with furniture etc and...More

1  Thank Apsara65
Reviewed 26 December 2017

There is some basic history of the genealogy along a self-guided tour of the Palace. The grounds are beautiful, as is much of Da Lat.

Thank DrBillHCMC
Reviewed 29 July 2017

This is the only palace open to the public and well worth examining the life of the past residents. Palace 2 is visible from the road, part of the grounds are a private hotel, and Palace 3 which is in decay, is off the beaten...More

Thank oldaussieiady
Reviewed 11 July 2017

If you only have time for one palace, visit this one. (Palace III is more utilitarian.) Well maintained both inside and out. Great photo opportunities start at the front gate and continue through the grounds.

Thank LA4man
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

It was a new attraction and not many people visited when I went there which was good to me compared to the crazy house. The whether is cool and it feels so cozy while walking. The ticket sells for 30000 dong and it's worthwhile.

Thank dbfdoam
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robyBNL
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Hi Roby, The King Palace locates in Da Lat, which is more than 600 kms from Da Nang. Da Lat is a city of Lam Dong province in the south of Vietnam while Da Nang is in the middle of Vietnam. You can refer to the Wikitravel... More
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