DALAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

DALAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Dalat International airport, Lien Khuong Airport (DLI) is the largest among 4 airports in Central Highlands. Airport located in Lam Dong Province 30 km from Dalat downtown. The airport was built in 1933 by the French colonists with a 700-meter-long runway. New 12,400 sqm passenger terminal completed 2009 to connect Singapore, South Korea, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia, for instance.

Besides, Dalat is the capital of Lam Dong Province on a Langbiang plateau at an altitude of 1500 m above sea level. The Dalat is surrounded by nature, waterfalls, hillsides, lakes, and pine forests. City located 160 km from Phan Thiet (Mui Ne), 135 km from Nha Trang, and 300 km from Ho Chi Minh City. These distances making Dalat quite popular destination for both local and foreign tourists.

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