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Lang Biang Peak - Things to Know Before Visiting

Lạc Dương, Lạc Dương District, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam

1 Day Treks
Mountain Peaks

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About Lang Biang Peak

Lang Biang Peak offers scenic highland views, reachable by a steep hiking trail or hired jeep rides. The mountain cosists of three peaks.

Attractions Near Lang Biang Peak

Linh Son Pagoda
Linh Son Pagoda10.73km from Lang Biang Peak

One of the notable Buddhist temple in the heart of the Lam Dong province which was located on top of a small hill at 120 Nguyễn Văn Trỗi Street. The temple is built in a classical Asian style of architecture and is of a simple layout and model. The temple and the surrounding are so beautiful and it was a treat to the eyes.

Tran Le Xuan Palace
Tran Le Xuan Palace11.31km from Lang Biang Peak

It is a complex of three villas which was located in the Lam Dong province, Vietnam. This was the resting place of Tran Le Xuan and Ngo Dinh Nhu's family. Later, the mansion was used as the Central Highlands Ethnic Museum and today becomes the National Archive Center IV, where the Nguyen Dynasty woodblocks are kept.

Lam Dong Museum
Lam Dong Museum12.01km from Lang Biang Peak

Lamdong museum displays the historical objects, especially the cultural & traditional objects of Lamdong province. The museum has 9 halls displaying various subjects: The stages of history, the archaeological objects, the models of shelters, the tools for hunting, the traditional handicraft villages, traditional costumes, traditional festival and the objects of the two resistance wars.

Đà Lạt Cathedral
Đà Lạt Cathedral12.28km from Lang Biang Peak

The Diocese of Đà Lat is a Latin suffragan diocese of Roman Catholic church in the ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan of the Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam, yet depends on the missionary Roman Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples. Its cathedral episcopal see is Nhà Thờ Chình Toà Thánh Nicola Bari, in the southern city of Da Lat, Lâm Đồng Province, Central Highlands.

Crazy House
Crazy House12.49km from Lang Biang Peak

Hằng Nga guesthouse, popularly known as the “Crazy House”, is an unconventional building designed and constructed by Vietnamese architect Đặng Việt Nga in Đà Lạt, Vietnam. The building's overall design resembles a giant tree, incorporating sculptured design elements representing natural forms such as animals, mushrooms, spider webs, and caves. Its architecture comprises of complex, organic, non-rectilinear shapes.

Bao Dai Summer Palace
Bao Dai Summer Palace13.01km from Lang Biang Peak

The Mansion was the residence of Bao Dai King, the last emperor of the Nguyen dynasty in Vietnam. It is located in the middle of Love Forrest, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province, Vietnam, on the top of a hill. The mansion has two floors. The ground floor was used to celebrate formal ceremonies. The second floor was the place with bedrooms of the Queen, the Princes, and Princesses.

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Lam Dong is a mountainous province located in South Central Highland Region. Lam Dong is located entirely in the inland of Vietnam, without national border and national shoreline. Lam Dong has an age-old history and culture. Ethnic people during their historical development have left many relics which contribute to the richness of Lam Dong’s culture.

What Visitors Say About Lang Biang Peak

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Nele Lenze
Nele Lenze
This is a nice hike up the mountain. Fit people might need 3 hours up and down. I needed 5 hours. It takes about 30 minutes from Dalat to the mountain by motorbike and then you can walk up to the mountain along the fields and through the forest. If you don't like walking you can take a 4x4 for a fee. I walked and it was really muddy. The forest is very beautiful and definitely worth seeing. On the peak I did not see anything because it was in a cloud. I hiked alone by myself as a female travelourette and it was safe. On the way up and down I met friendly people to chat with. You don't need a guide for this tour because you can follow the signs. Wear good shoes!