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Life is Magnifique at Sofitel Dalat Palace

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Life is Magnifique at Sofitel Dalat Palace

 

 

 

 

 

Dalat is Magnifique

Sofitel Dalat Palace invites locals and residents of Vietnam to discover Dalat,
the city of eternal spring for a unique experience. Enjoy one nights' accommodation in a Superior room and for stays from 2 nights or more, a complimentary breakfast, a free upgrade to next room category and late check out at 4 P.M. Valid from 3rd May until 31st October 2010.
Package price starts from: 159 USD or 3 020 000 VND.

 

 

 

 

Unlimited Golf for unlimited pleasure

Amateurs and professional golf players are invited to discover Dalat and its beautiful Golf course. Enjoy one night’s accommodation in a Superior room with a complimentary upgrade to the next room category, daily breakfast at Le Rabelais restaurant and one day unlimited rounds of Golf.
Valid from 3rd May to 31st October 2010 and room upgrade subject to availability.
Package price starts from: USD 145 or 2 610 000 VND and Price is per person based on twin sharing, tax and service charge included.

 

 

Magnifique moments at Sofitel Dalat Palace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tantalizing Wine flights


Either you are a professional wine taster, an amateur of good ones or a newcomer to the world of grapes and flavours, our l’Atelier du Vin proposes Wine flights upon request. This wine-tasting room showcases Old World and New World Wines, in a beautiful setting. Choose between our selection of twelve Wine Flights and taste three glasses of our most refined wines.
Wine flight price: USD 14 per person

 


International Friendship Day

The first Sunday of August is the perfect opportunity for all to remember your friends and celebrate the day by spending some time and expressing your love you bear for them. The number of friends you have is not what matters, rather the depth and quality of the relationship is what makes good friends to each others.
We wish you a Magnifique friendship day!

 


Flights Dalat – Danang


The national flag carrier airline Vietnam Airlines revived flights between Dalat and Danang since 30th of June 2010, having opened and then closed the service on the same year in 1997 due to the Asian financial crisis. With a 80 minute flight, passengers can now enjoy 4 flights per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, linking the Central Highlands resort city to Danang on the central coast.

 

Roman Night at Angelina - Italian Restaurant & Lounge

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Roman Night at Angelina - Italian Restaurant & Lounge

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HCMC tourism focuses on four main segments

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HCMC as the country’s biggest tourism center will focus on developing four main segments of shopping, MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions, exhibition), ecological and cultural tourism in the years to come, said a city leader.
The aim is to woo around four million international visitors with annual tourism revenue of VND66 trillion in the year 2015, HCMC vice chairwoman Nguyen Thi Hong said at a meeting on Thursday to celebrate 50 years of Vietnam’s tourism industry.

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Overseas Vietnamese invited to celebrate Ha Noi's birthday

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Overseas Vietnamese in Vientiane and Paris were called online to join the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long – Ha Noi yesterday.
Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Nguyen Thanh Son and Overseas Vietnamese Commission chairman reminded the participants the anniversary was just one of 63 anniversaries the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural organisation, UNESCO, had chosen to associate with during 2010-11.

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Museum gives insight into Bronze Age culture

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More than 600 ancient artefacts from Viet Nam and some other Asian countries are on display at an exhibition at the Can Tho Museum.
The relics, some 2,000 years old, are from collections held by museums and 60 individuals in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta region.
Some are on public display for the first time, including some Lao and Cambodian decorative objects and prayer objects in bronze, silver, stone, and baked clay.

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