Dalat Railway Station, Love Valley, Buddhist temples, ancient villas, primeval forests, herds of elephants were emulated by clay soil...
Unique and uncanny style makes clay tunnel attract many visitors. It was build in 2010 and completed in 2014. Up to this now, Mr. Trinh Ba Dung – owner of the clay tunnel – invested about 200 billions to build it.
Clay tunnel is far from the city center about 14 kilometres, located on Ho Tuyen Lam street.
Up until now, the tunnel has a length of about 2 kilometres, which recreates about the history of Dalat City from a primary formation to one of the most famous, dynamic and modern tourists destinations in Vietnam. “These clay sculptures are categorized into two main topics: History of Dalat City and Humane story”. Mr Dung said. Worker must pick and move about 50000 cubic metres of soil, especially gouged of mountain and build by basalt soil.
Architectural constructions of formation and development history of Dalat city were emulated by clay soil with small size, but just like the prototype. Because of culture and architecture diversity, the works have shown identity and distinctive of Dalat.
When you get into the tunnel, you will be able to recognize and feel clearly about origin, formation and development history of Dalat thank to simple house, daily activity and casual pictures of ethnic until the massive structure such as Dalat Railway Station, Chicken Church, Love Valley, Buddhist temples, ancient villas, primeval forests, peaceful streams, herds of elephants and typical houses of K’ho ethnic minority. Meal, relaxation services are promoted as visit strawberry garden, massage fish.
Dalat Railway Station
Herds of elephants
It is not only the architecture but also high humane due to two map Paracels and Spratlys as a reminder of territorial sovereignty. Therefore, you can feel the enthusiasm of owner.
Paracels and Spratlys islands