Bao Dai Palace Da Lat or Bao Dai Summer Palace is set atop the ridge overlooking Dalat. This residence is another must-see attraction in Da Lat.
The Palace was built from 1933 to 1938 is completed. It is designed in French architecture, 1000m wide and divided into two floors with 26 different large and small rooms. The building is best described as complete art deco, designed perhaps to be in Paris rather than Dalat.
It used to be relaxing place of Bao Dai, the last feudal king of Vietnam which was overthrown during the August rebels in 1945.
The palace is deep in a pine forest with flower gardens and the embroidering artworks made by talented charming girls are really worth a half-day visit.
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