Tuyen Lam Lake or Paradise Lake, is 6 km south of Dalat and covers 350 hectares. It was recognized as a cultural and historical heritage site in 1998. Tuyen means stream in Vietnamese, and Lam means forest, which makes sense considering beautiful scenery, blue waters of the lake, and vast pine forests surrounding the reservoir.
Fresh air and peaceful atmosphere bring tourists to this magical place known for ecotourism. Attractions available there include camping, trekking, mountain climbing, fishing, and boat trips. You can also visit a revolutionary base and the Truc Lam Zen monastery, or go sightseeing around the lake. Datanla Waterfall is on the way from Dalat together with many cafes, romantic resorts, and peaceful hotels perfect for meditation or relaxation around it.