Lang Biang Trail

Attraction Dalat, Vietnam Published on: 30-08-2017

5 hours
07:00 AM - 04:30 PM
08:00 AM
01:00 PM
Second-time visit
Attraction
Nature
Outdoor
Park
0.00 USD

Lang Biang Trail is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids No
Good for senior Senior No
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
Lang Biang Trail is to challenge the highest peak of the Lang Biang Mountains, the Nui Ba peak at 2,167m.

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Why Lang Biang Trail is special ?

Lang Biang is a place where you can chill, relax and get away from the busy town life. De-stress yourself while looking over the town and the cool breeze blowing all over your body. You can almost feel you can touch the clouds.


The special feature of this trail is to challenge the highest peak of the Lang Biang Mountains, the Nui Ba peak at 2,167m. From the peak, it would be possible for visitors to see the whole picture of Dalat City and enjoy the imposing nature of the highland town.

Selling points

  • Track for nature lovers
  • Good view from the top
  • Worth the hike to the top
  • A nice place for relaxing
  • Lots of to see
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Duration
1.0 day
Estimated
53.22 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
8 places

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Location

Address

Dalat, Vietnam

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Tips for you

  • It is better to bring extra bottle of water as well because there aren't any food stalls up there.
    What to bring
  • You should be careful with those photographers there who try to make money by taking your photos and printing them out without asking you.
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  • You can have a panorama view of the city from the top.
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Printed out the DIY hiking instructions by some reviewers but left it in the hotel! Got to depend on the pictures downloaded from their reviews on my phone to do the hike. I was quite sure we lost our way in the pine forest. Thank God we met some villagers picking up pine leaves in the woods. We asked where the peak was and one villager who could speak very little English just told us "no!no!no!", and pointed us in a direction. We faithfully followed that direction and managed to walk out of the pine forest and found ourselves not too far from the entrance of the trail that led to the peak. The ranger at the entrance told us it would take us 1-1.5 hrs to reach the peak but we took 2hrs. As we didn't expect the first part of the hike would take so long, we didn't bring enough food and water. The final climb to the peak was tedious, especially when we were all dead beat and hungry. But the view at the peak was rewarding indeed! We started the hike at around 930am and reached the entrance of the trail at 1145am. Reached the peak at around 130pm and was back to the entrance around 3pm. We took a jeep back to the car park (cost us VND300,000) as one of us couldn't walk any longer. When we reached the car park, the driver was shocked to see us all looking shag :p He thought we had taken the jeep up and wondered why we took so long to return. It's an unforgettable experience and we didn't regret not taking the jeep up. BUT, there's always a risk if you DIY the hike. AND, remember to bring ample food and water!

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