Dalat Weather and Climate

Đà Lạt’s year-round temperate weather, standing in contrast to Vietnam’s otherwise tropical climate, has led it to be nicknamed the “City of eternal spring”.

Dalat Weather and Climate

The average temperature is 18°C – 25°C. The highest temperature ever in Đà Lạt was 27°C, and the lowest was 6.5°C. Mist covers the adjoining valleys almost year-round. Its temperate climate also makes it ideal for agriculture. Indeed, Đà Lạt is renowned for its orchids, roses, vegetables, and fruits. There are nascent wine-making and flower-growing industries in the region. There are two separate seasons in Đà Lạt. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season is from November to April. The average annual precipitation is 1,750mm.

Dalat Weather and Climate

Đà Lạt is home to the man-made, 5 km² Xuan Huong Lake. As of early 2010 the lake has been almost completely drained, due to some repair works on the locks and a bridge that control the flow of water into the lake and recent news have it that by Tet 2011 the lake will have its full body of water once again. It seems that the repair and modifications on the locks and the bridge have almost been completed. Da Lat’s weather is somewhat similar to the Bay Areas weather in the past. As of now it has changed in an enormous way.

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