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If you’re exploring Vietnam’s Central Highlands during your South Vietnam itinerary, you’re most likely spending time in Dalat. While Dalat is one of our favorite places to visit in Vietnam, a great alternative is Dalat’s sister city – Bao Loc (or also referred to as B’Lao). Located in Lam Dong province, this city is a good stopping point whether you’re coming from Dalat, Ho Chi Minh City, or Cat Tien National Park

Bao Loc is a quiet and calm city and an offbeat destination. While it’s not touristy as Dalat, it’s a charming place to visit. From the beautiful tea and coffee plantations grown on the hillside to the stunning waterfalls, the city is worthy of a visit.

We’ve put together this handy guide to highlight things to do in Bao Loc, how to get there, and other helpful travel tips. Since we spent a weekend in Bao Loc with friends, we couldn’t see everything in Bao Loc. However, we thought that it was plenty of time to explore the area. 


Map of Bao Loc Attractions

Things to Do in Bao Loc, Vietnam in a Weekend

1. Spend the day at Dambri Tourist Area.

Located 18 kilometers (11 miles) from Bao Loc’s city center, Dambri Tourist Area is a fun weekend spot to visit. You can easily spend half a day or a whole day here. 

The main attractions are the two incredible waterfalls, Dambri Waterfall and Dasara Waterfall, which we’ll share more in detail below. There are theme park rides such as riding a ferris wheel and alpine coaster and paddling a swan boat. Small children rides are also available.

Next to the ferris wheel are traditional games where you can test your balancing skills on the balance beam or climb across the monkey bars.

If you’re eyeing for some swimming, there is a small swimming pool with a slide that you can relax in. You can also rent tandem bikes to cycle around the lake and the theme park. 

How to Get There: You’ll need to have your own vehicle (car or motorbike) to get to Dambri Tourist Area. Once you’re in Bao Loc, you’ll be on QL-20 until you see a sign that directs to Dambri Waterfall. Follow the signage until you’ve reached the entrance.

Admission Cost: 200,000 VND ($8.60 USD) for adults and 120,000 VND ($5.15) for children. It includes all access to the park. There is a small parking fee for vehicles (10,000 VND/$.40 USD for cars)

View of the lake and the swimming pool at the Dambri Tourist Area in Bao Loc, Vietnam

2. Dambri Waterfall


Dambri Waterfall ( is a popular waterfall in Vietnam. It’s one of the highest waterfalls in the province at 70 meters (230 feet).

What makes Dambri Waterfall special is the intense cascades. They’re so powerful that you’ll get drenched by the mist when taking photos next to the waterfall. If you visit during the rainy season from May-October, the waterfall has stronger cascades. Next to the waterfall is a snack shop where you can purchase drinks or rain ponchos or just stay there to dry off. 

How did Dambri Waterfall get its name? It comes from the K’ho language, an ethnic minority group in the South Central Highlands.

The legend goes that a boy and a girl fell in love but couldn’t get married due to being in different tribes. The boy was upset, left his village, and never came back home. The girl searched for the boy but couldn’t find him. Eventually, she ended up in a forest and then cried until her tears became the waterfall. The water flows forever due to her sorrows. 

How to Get There: To get to the Dambri Waterfall, you can use the elevator to go down to the falls. The elevator is accessible from the car parking lot. Otherwise, you can take the stairs and paved walking path down to the base which will take about 5-10 minutes. 

Justin posing next to the Dambri Waterfall.
View of the Dambri Waterfall with a rainbow

3. Dasara Waterfall

Dasara Waterfall is the smaller and gentler waterfall compared to Dambri. Yet, it’s lovely to see with the surrounding forest area. 

How to Get There: To see Dasara Waterfall, there are two ways to get there. The first way is to walk to the bottom of the waterfall from a walking trail from Dambri Waterfall. It’ll take about 10-15 minutes to walk there. 

The best and most exhilarating way is to ride the alpine coaster to the base of the waterfall. The entrance to the alpine coaster is a building next to the car parking lot and souvenir shop. You and your partner (or you can ride separately) sit in a bobsled vehicle and control your speed with the use of a lever. Pushing the level forward means that you’ll go faster while pulling the lever back means that you’ll slow down.

It’s such a rush zooming down the mountain and you can go pretty fast along the curves. Although, it’s recommended that you slow down on the curve for safety. 

Another place that you can ride the alpine coasters are at Ba Na Hills in Danang. However, we think the Dambri coasters are much faster than at Ba Na Hills. 

View of Dasara Waterfall in the luscious forest area in Bao Loc, Vietnam

4. Visit the Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda.

Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda () is a picturesque Buddhist temple on top of the mountain. It’s located 18.5 kilometers (11.5 miles) from the city center.

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Most people head to Quan Chieu Duong () for the pretty views of the mountainside. It gained popularity as the pagoda is highlighted in Sơn Tùng M-TP’s music video, . Check out the music video below. 

Once you visit Quan Chieu Duong, you can see why this spot is a top place to visit in Vietnam. The overlook area is a blend of Vietnamese and Japanese architecture with Japanese torii gates on each side and the backdrop of the forest and the tea plantations.

If you visit this place during the sunrise, it has a magical vibe with the layer of dense fog covering the mountain range. For those who want to do a prayer, there is a praying area in the temple located behind the overlook area. 

As a reminder when visiting any pagodas, wear appropriate clothing that covers the shoulders and knees. Some areas will require you to take off your shoes. 

Jackie sitting on a bench while overlooking the green mountainside at Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda in Bao Loc, Vietnam.

How to Get There: To get to the Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda, take your car or motorbike and drive through the rural area of Bao Loc. The roads aren’t the greatest, so you’ll need to be careful and watch for potholes and/or puddles.  

Once you’ve arrived park at one of the car parking areas at the base of the mountain. Choose to hire a motorbike taxi to take you up the narrow walking path or walk. If you take the motorbike, it’s a 2-3 minute ride and starts at 50,000 VND ($2.15 USD) per person. The motorbike takes you to a rest area and you’ll need to walk to the temple grounds. Even if you’re a skilled motorbike rider, we would not suggest that you go up the narrow path on your own. It’s steep coming up and down the road so leave it to those who do the ride often.

We took the walking route as a healthier option. It took about 20 minutes to get to the main temple entrance. Along the way, we saw many durian and papayas hanging from the trees and wild coffee plants. 

Narrow walking/motorbike path from the main road to the top of Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda in Bao Lao, Vietnam.

5. See the luscious landscapes of the tea plantations. 

Bao Loc is famous for tea and coffee plantations. As you drive through the area, you’ll see the endless rows of tea and coffee plantations. You can stop by the side of the road to see the farmers harvesting the tea leaves or just admire the amazing views. 

The famous shop in town that sells tea is Tam Chau. The Bao Loc city center has a main store on 294A Trần Phú, P1 which also has a restaurant. You can also purchase teas and coffee as souvenirs at the Dambri Waterfall Tourist Area souvenir shop located next to the parking lot.

We purchased loose leaf oolong and green tea which was very reasonable. A 500-gram bag of loose leaf oolong was 170,000 VND ($7.30 USD) and 250-gram of loose leaf green tea was 100,000 VND ($4.30 USD). The tea flavors are on the lighter side so you’ll need to use more leaves for a stronger flavor. 

Jackie standing in the middle of a tea plantation in Bao Loc, Vietnam.

6. Walk around the city center’s Ho Dong Nai Lakes.

The center of town has the Ho Dong Nai lakes (). The two lakes are located near local restaurants and Vietnamese dessert () places along Trần Phú street so you always have a place to visit for a post-meal walk. Or, you can do loops around the lakes for your morning run.

It’s a peaceful path and you won’t encounter any crowds. If you decide to walk on the inner walking path in the evenings, it’s not as well-lit so you’ll need to be extra cautious. 

7. Try the local food.

With our limited time in Bao Loc, we had a snapshot of places to eat in Bao Loc. Here are some places that we enjoyed.

  • O Lan Bún Riêu

    – Have you had bún riêu before? It’s a hot bowl of noodle soup with rice noodles, tofu, pork balls, and meat in a tomato broth. This version has pork blood and a big pork knuckle bone. It’s a popular place to have breakfast. A bowl costs 30,000 VND ($1.30 USD). Unfortunately, there aren’t any vegetarian options.

  • Nem Nướng Kim Phát

    – One of the best parts about Vietnamese food is rolling your protein in lettuce, herbs, rice noodles, and in rice paper. This place has nem n

    ướng which is grilled pork and you get to wrap it in the fried rice paper and other vegetables and dip in fish sauce. Each order is

    30,000 VND ($1.30 USD). If you’re a vegetarian, you can wrap the vegetables and noodles.

  • Soymilk

    – It is cold in the evenings, so let’s have something warm! Across and in front of the Bao Loc church are sidewalk vendors that sell fresh soymilk. You can have a hot glass of soymilk with or without condensed milk. A cup is around 10,000 VND ($.43 USD).

How to Get to Bao Loc 

By Car or Motorbike

Located between Ho Chi Minh City and Dalat, you can either schedule a visit to Bao Loc either before or after a visit from either city. You’ll pass through Bao Loc either way.

From Ho Chi Minh City, Bao Loc’s city center is 190 kilometers (118 miles) and will take around 4 hours one-way via car.  The driving will take up most of the time, which is why a visit to Bao Loc is not recommended as a day trip. As a warning, the hillside to get to Bao Loc is very windy so stay alert if riding a motorbike. 

For more information on how to travel around Vietnam, read more in our post!

By Bus or Limousine Bus 

Consider taking a sleeper bus from Ho Chi Minh City to Bao Loc. You get the opportunity to lie down in your seat and potentially “sleep” during your ride. Thanh Buoi Bus is one of the bus companies that will stop in the city. If you have difficulties booking online, you can ask one of your friends who speaks Vietnamese to call the company on your behalf to make a reservation.

Another option is to take a limousine bus either from Ho Chi Minh City or Dalat. Seating varies from 9 spots to 20 spots depending on the vehicle. Find the schedule and make a reservation here.

Where to Stay in Bao Loc

Most of the accommodations in Bao Loc are guesthouses with a few hotels. With the hotels, they aren’t the chain hotels that you may be envisioning but a nicer version of a guesthouse. The accommodations are affordable so you can expect to pay between $7-$20 USD depending on your comfort. Click here to find accommodations in Bao Loc.

We stayed at the Huong Tra which was a 5-7 minute drive to the city center (about 3.5 kilometers/2 miles away). The area is in a residential area so it’s quiet. The rooms are basic, clean, and very large. They also come with an en-suite bathroom with toiletries. Some of the rooms have air conditioning, but you may not need it due to the cool weather in the evenings. There is free on-site parking for your vehicle. It was a decent stay for one night. Click here to make a reservation at Huong Tra

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Other options include:

  • Hoang Dinh Homestay

    – Located 4.5 kilometers (2.8 miles) from the city center, it’s a modern place with clean rooms, private bathrooms, and a view of the garden.

    Click here to read reviews and make a reservation at Hoang Dinh Homestay

  • Hotel Mia –

    With the friendly staff and the new rooms, Hotel Mia is recommended as a top spot to stay.

    Find availability and reserve a room at Hotel Mia here.

Other Helpful Bao Loc Travel Tips

  • The weather is cold in the evenings (around 18


    due to the mountain range, so it’s recommended to bring a warm jacket and wear long pants. 

  • If you’re spending a lot of time in the forest area, don’t forget to bring bug spray. We had several mosquito bites when walking through the forest area of the Dambri Waterfall. 

We hope you’re interested in visiting Bao Loc as a weekend trip from Ho Chi Minh City or from Dalat. While the city isn’t the most vibrant with the nightlife, it’s all about the views and the peacefulness here. 

If you’re looking for a trekking opportunity in the area, check out our experiences at Bidoup Nui Ba National Park.

Interested in visiting Bao Loc, Vietnam? What do you want to see here? Let us know in the comments below.

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[Update] 10 Best Things To Do In Bao Loc, Vietnam | bao loc city – Diaochoangduong

Located just about 190km from Ho Chi Minh city, Bao Loc is an excellent destination for a weekend getaway. What to do in Bao Loc?

The area is home to several impressive waterfalls and serene pagodas, and here are my top picks for the best things to see and do in Bao Loc and nearby.


Dambri Waterfall

With a majestic height of 90m, Dambri is the most beautiful and highest waterfall in Lam Dong province. The waterfall is about 16 km from Bao Loc and 190 km from Ho Chi Minh city, so you can easily visit it as a day trip.

Surrounding the waterfall is a primeval forest with a pristine area of ​​300 ha with many rare plants and animals.

Dambri is beautiful both in the rainy season and in the dry season.

In the rainy season, a large amount of water falling from upstream creates a sound echoing between the mountains and forests. Even a few kilometers away, you can still hear the sound.

On the contrary, the Dambri waterfall falls more gently in the dry season. 

Coming here, you can visit, swim in the waterfall, or try different outdoor activities such as rowing, cycling, slides, and experience the Cong Chien culture in the Central Highlands.

Dambri waterfall entrance fee and opening hours

Opening hours

It’s open from 6 am to 5 pm.

Ticket price

The package is 200,000 VND per adult and 100,000 VND per child.

The ticket package includes

  • Entrance fee
  • Ferris wheel
  • 2-way Alpine coaster slide
  • Boat area


Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda

Nestled in the middle of majestic mountains, Linh Quy Phap An Pagoda is a great place to visit in Bao Loc. Its surrounding green space offers peaceful and magnificent scenery.

The most prominent feature is the Shinto gate or also known as Heaven’s Gate. Standing at the gate, you can enjoy a dreamy view with bloating clouds, giving the feeling that setting foot in the sky is real.

It’s compared to the mysterious ‘Gate of Heaven’ of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands, 


Nam Phuong lake

About 2km north of Bao Loc city is Ho Nam Phuong, the largest lake in Bao Loc with an area of ​​100 ha. It’s separated into Nam Phuong 1 and Nam Phuong 2 by a 150m-long dam.

The lake offers a peaceful atmosphere with clear water, an impressive mountain view, and trees reflected on its calm surface. 

Nam Phuong lake Bao Loc Vietnam.


The chocolate land

In the area of Nam Phuong lake, you can also find a site called chocolate land. Its unique feature comes from the typical red Basalt soil of the region. 

Here, you’ll see several small pieces of “chocolate” land. The cracks form small plots of land like sweet chocolate bars.

In those cracks, there are hundreds of water sources running through, making them strangely fascinating.

Chocolate lake Bao Loc Vietnam.


Tam Chau tea field

If Da Lat is famous for Cau Dat tea hill, Bao Loc also has its own charming vast and green Tam Chau tea hill. It’s the largest tea-growing area in Lam Dong and the primary provider of Oolong tea in the region.

Here you will feel the fresh, cool, and peaceful air on the windy highlands. Immerse yourself in the large green space, visit the tea production area and enjoy a cup of hot, fragrant tea here.

tea field Vietnam.


Pink algae lake in B’lao

Visiting Bao Loc without a stop at Tao Hong Lake would be a huge miss. It’s a small lake located next to Tam Chau tea hill, known for its pink algae.

In October, these 11 types of algae sprout from the lake bed, subtly lotus pink, blooming into clusters of petals spreading throughout the lake.


Di Da pagoda

A place of pilgrimage and Buddhist study, Di Da Pagoda is located in Dang Dung village, Da Ton commune, Bao Lam district, about 30km from Bao Loc. 

The pagoda is designed in harmony with three styles of Buddhism, Chau Ma, and High Lands architecture. The roofs are carved with patterns and inside the temple are dignified Buddha statues.

Its design reflects the style of communal houses in the Central Highlands, showing the sacredness of heaven and earth. 

The miniatures of the temple are also charming and serene. The terraces, the tea fields, rows of trees, and lotus ponds are placed in a delicate and aesthetic position.

Di Da pagoda Bao Loc Vietnam.

How to get to Di Da pagoda

To get to Di Da Pagoda and Tam Hop waterfall, you can follow this route:

  • From the center of Bao Loc city, head in the direction of Dambri waterfall and then turn right to Di Da Tang Vuong Park
  • Di Da pagoda is about 5km of red dirt road.


Tam Hop waterfall

After visiting the pagoda, you should head to Tam Hop waterfalls, located behind the campus of Di Da pagoda in Dang Dung village, Da Ton commune, Bao Loc.

The waterfall is a combination of 3 large streams of water pouring down from a height of 70m. The waterfall is like a white silk strip in the sky, splashing white foam and blending with the misty fog. 

The most beautiful time to visit Tam Hop waterfall is probably in the rainy season, around the end of July. At this time, the rain brings lots of water to the falls, creating a strong flow. The waterfall rumbled day and night.

Tam Hop waterfall Vietnam.


Thanh Mau Cathedral

Wandering around Bao Loc city, don’t forget to stop by Thanh Mau Cathedral, one of the most popular attractions in the city.

From the outside, it looks quite similar to Notre Dame Cathedral in Ho Chi Minh City. However, when you enter, you’ll see the differences in miniature trees.

The cathedral is designed in a symmetrical architectural style, creating a very dignified setting.

In front of the cathedral is a statue of the Virgin Mary, and on both sides is a walkway to the backyard, a place to study and play sports.

  • Address: The Thanh Mau Cathedral is located at 581 Nguyen Van Cu, Loc Phat Ward, Bao Loc.

Thanh Mau church Bao Loc Vietnam.


Madagui Forest City

A part of Nam Cat Tien National Forest, Madagui Forest City is just 150 km from Ho Chi Minh.

It’s a fantastic destination in Bao Loc for nature enthusiasts who love to experience and explore wildlife.

Here you can admire the vibrant and rich flora system with ancient trees and an extensive collection of nearly 50 different types of bamboo.

Madagui Forest city Vietnam.

You can also try different activities such as climbing, horseback riding, boating, or visiting the wildlife reserve. Also, don’t miss the trip to Thien Phuc Son cave to see the creation of the rock there.

Another bonus is that you can camp overnight in this area and head out for a night’s adventure.

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