Que Garden Dalat is no longer a strange place for tourist followers, especially for those who want to find a place to rest, listen to the birds singing, and breathe fresh air, or Those who wish to visit cherry blossom country but do not have enough conditions, this place will always be a destination to satisfy your wishes.
If you are confident of knowing every corner of Que Garden, do you know that the “floating house in the water” here is making people “drunk like a cigarette”? Discover Vietnampeace.com to try it out!
“Floating House in the Middle of the Water” is located on the campus of Que Garden – an ecotourism complex combined with a cafe with a total area of up to 20,000m2, located far from the center of Dalat city towards Mimosa Pass.
The house floats on the water. Photo: Que Garden
You go to Tran Hung Dao Street from the city center, then turn to Khe Sanh Street, and continue down Mimosa Pass to get to Que Garden Dalat.
Surrounded by a green pine forest with countless pink confetti, a simple wooden house appears with a reflection on the lake to create a beautiful picture of water wear. It gives you a super beautiful background, smooth and peaceful.
Peaceful scenery. Photo: Que Garden
Green patches surround the house. Photo: Que Garden
The house is designed with a sense of traditional Japanese style, using natural wood, not glass, but sliding doors made of translucent paper pasted on a wooden frame, creating an open space.
Wonderful virtual living corner. Photo: Que Garden
Standing in the middle of this bungalow, you can enjoy the view of Dalat mountain valley surrounded by fog, pine trees cheering in the wind, grasses bathing in the sunshine, …
Because the owner of Que Garden Dalat is a highly passionate person interested in conifer bonsai, bonsai pots here are always meticulously cared for, with full sizes and shapes. Coming here, in addition to enjoying the cool glasses of water and checking out the highly romantic scenery, this is also an exciting opportunity for you to learn more about how to grow conifers as ornamental.
The most extensive coniferous bonsai garden in Vietnam. Photo: Que Garden
With an area of 20,000 square meters, the current Que Garden holds up to 100 different kinds of strange and lovely carbon trees.
The Koi pond in Que Garden was designed following Japanese standards; the water depth is just enough for the fish to grow and helps you easily watch the fish move. The lake is also regularly looked after and inspected by Que Garde staff, so the lake’s water surface is always apparent, ensuring the growth of the fish.
Koi aquarium is standard. Photo: Que Garden
Thousands of Koi fish belong to many different breeds. Photo: Que Garden
In addition, the Koi here are also carefully selected from many different varieties of Koi fish.
Another highlight of Que Garden is the Japanese house built in the middle of the garden. After walking around and checking in every corner of Que Garden, you can visit this house to enjoy a cool glass of water.
Japanese house. Photo: Que Garden
Japanese design. Photo: Que Garden
This house looks like a traditional Japanese house, from the exterior design to the interior. Inside, the wooden table is designed rustically, and you will sit and enjoy a drink in the Japanese style.
Coming here, you will feel like you are lost in Phu Tang. Photo: Que Garden
In addition to bonsai gardens, aquariums, and Japanese houses, Que Garden has a garden filled with flowers from chrysanthemum, dahlia, and lavender, creating a romantic scene. Que Garden skillfully arranged an additional white staircase among the flower gardens. Standing from above, you will easily catch the beautiful colors like the green of the conifers in the distance, the pink of confetti, and the calm blue water of the lake.
The garden is full of colors. Photo: Que Garden
Chrysanthemum garden white mi. Photo: Que Garden
Is the “floating house on the water” and the countless virtual living corners mentioned above enough to motivate you to launch a trip to Que Garden Dalat immediately? Do not forget to buy a good camera to collect a beautiful album!
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