Driving into Dalat, I was amazed at how similar it looked to Mont Tremblant in Quebec, Canada.
It is a cute European-looking city in the central highlands of Vietnam, so there are mountains all around.
The temperature is generally between 15-25C, a great escape from the 40C heat I endured along the eastern coast of Vietnam!
I didn't spend very much time here - less than 24 hours, actually, but it is definitely a cool place to wander around the hilly streets - kind of what I imagine San Fransisco to be like - and enjoy a bit of fresh air.
Crazy House is, indeed, crazy!
The Crazy House, a must-see if you go to Dalat - is the project of a Vietnamese architect, whose father used to be the President, in the aim of reconnecting people with the importance of nature.
It has been under construction for years, and continues to be built upon to this day.
It is made out of concrete and painted to look like tree houses, with branch-like stairways connecting them all.
It offers great views of the city, as long as you aren't too afraid of heights - the archways are a bit precarious up in the air.
So glad that I checked it out!