The resort town of Da Lat in the Central Highlands has been named in a list of "52 Places to Go" compiled by The New York Times.
The charming town, often called Vietnam's Little Paris, is famous for pine forests, locally grown avocados, and artichoke tea.
“The south-central-highlands town, a former French-colonial hill station with eternal spring weather, is an agricultural El Dorado, growing asparagus, strawberries, coffee, artichokes, roses and more,” according to The New York Times.
It said Da Lat is a cool alternative to the usual steamy Vietnam.
Here are some pictures of beautiful sights across the city.