Bao Dai Palace Lak Lake is located atop a 200m-high hill nearby the Lak Lake in Dak Lak province, the central highlands of Vietnam. This is the place where Bao Dai used to stay when spending his vacations, enjoying picturesque view, going hunting and fishing.
Bao Dai Lak Lake was the 13th and final Emperor of the Nguyen dynasty, the last ruling family of Vietnam. From 1926 to 1945, he was Emperor of Annam. During this period, Annam was a protectorate within French Indochina, covering the central two-thirds of the present-day Vietnam. Bao Dại ascended the throne in 1932.
In 2001, Bao Dai Palace Lak Lake was restored. It has been used as a holiday destination which serves accommodation, food and beverage since September 2004. There are some bedrooms overlooking Lak Lake, especially the king room is very splendid and luxury.
In addition, two mini restaurants offer both Asian and European cuisines and local specialties in the area of Lak Lake known as com lam (rice-cooked in bamboo tube), chicken baked with citronella and chili salt, fried fish pie, roasted pig, Lak Lake’s egged-chub cook with brine, bitter leaf soup, etc.
From Bao Dai palace Lak Lake, visitors can enjoy a clear sight beyond the vast expanse of the Lak Lake, villages of M’Nong people, and the mysterious Chu Yang Sin Mountain.
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