Da Lat is a famous tourist city of Vietnam, with a cool climate all year round, beautiful natural scenery, and many romantic landmarks. Among them, Lam Vien Square is a must-visit destination when coming to this land of mist.
Lam Vien Square is located on Tran Quoc Toan Street, Ward 1, Da Lat City, only 1.5 km away from Da Lat Market and has a view overlooking the poetic Xuan Huong Lake. The square was built in 2009 and completed in 2016, with a total area of up to 72,000 square meters. The square is named Lam Vien based on the geographical location of the city, located on Lam Vien Plateau (Lang Biang Plateau), as well as the land once called Lam Vien Province.
Lam Vien Square stands out with unique architectures, shaped like the typical flowers of Da Lat. Here, you can admire the giant Wild Sunflower, 18 meters high and 10 meters wide, made of stainless steel and colored glass. The Wild Sunflower is a symbol of life, joy, and dynamism of Da Lat. In addition, you can also see the Artichoke bud colored glass, 13 meters high and 9 meters wide, made of stainless steel and colored glass. The Artichoke bud is a symbol of sophistication, elegance, and luxury of Da Lat. Both flowers can glow at night, creating a sparkling and magical scene.
In addition, Lam Vien Square also has many amenities and services for tourists to visit and entertain. In the basement of the square, you can find a modern entertainment area, with many attractive games such as electric cars, ice skating, virtual reality games… You can also shop and enjoy local cuisine at the shops, restaurants, and cafes in the area. If you want to relax and enjoy the fresh air, you can stroll around Xuan Huong Lake, admire the natural scenery, and take souvenir photos.
Lam Vien Square is a place that attracts tourists because of its harmonious beauty between architecture and nature, between modern and classic, between dynamism and tranquility. Lam Vien Square is a place to mark many beautiful memories of locals and tourists when coming to Da Lat. Lam Vien Square is a symbol of the city of a thousand flowers, the pride of the people of Da Lat.