If you are finding a place for your holiday in 2016 and find it hard to make your own decision, the list of 52 placed to go in 2016 compiled by the New York Times is maybe of some help. The list recently released by the famous US-based newspaper includes Da Lat city of Vietnam – a beautiful country in Southeast Asia. If you want to visit the country in 2016, please remember to check your Vietnam visa requirement to make sure the very first thing of entry into Vietnam goes smooth.
The charming Da lat, which has been called Vietnam’s Little Paris for long long time, is famous for pine forests, locally grown avocados, and artichoke tea.
According to New York Times, “The south-central-highlands town, a former French-colonial hill station with eternal spring weather, is an agricultural El Dorado, growing asparagus, strawberries, coffee, artichokes, roses and more”.
Also said by the website, “Dalat has built a reputation for outdoor activities, golf, white-water rafting, mountain biking, canyoning and splashing under the roaring Elephant Falls or terraced Pongour Falls. So have overseas visitors — debut charter flights from China, South Korea, and Thailand arrived in 2015, with direct Singapore flights under discussion — drawn by the promise of a refreshingly different Vietnam experience”.
It said Da Lat is a cool alternative to the usual steamy Vietnam.
Rounding in the list are Mexico city (Mexico), Bordeaux (France), Mozambique, Toronto (Canada), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Skane (Sweden), Viñales (Cuba), etc.