If you have a train scenario, then you will like the old railway station. The bright yellow appearance of the station is full of French flavor. The three spires represent the three mountains in Dalai, which are integrated into the architectural style of the local ethnic minorities in Vietnam. Green leather locomotive, full of retro feeling. I specially wear the same color clothes, retro yellow and military green, so that the picture is full of color. The station, known as Vietnam's most beautiful railway station, was built in 1932 and designed by French architects Moncet and Reveron. The ticket for visiting the railway station is 5,000 Vietnamese Dong (about 1.5 yuan). I chose to take the train and bought VIP tickets. The interior of the VIP carriage is retro wooden and very nostalgic. Trai Mat, a nearby town, runs five trains a day, less than 8 kilometers, about 30 minutes. Take the old small train, first through a residential area, you can enjoy the scenery of Dalai countryside along the way. After getting off the train, you can go around. There is a Ling Buddha Temple, which is equivalent to Town God's Temple. During the Spring Festival, many locals go to burn joss sticks. The departure time of Da-Du Station is 07:35, 09:21, 11:47, 14:13, 16:39, and the return time of Trai Mat Station is 08:48, 10:34, 13:00, 15:26, 17:39: 5,000 shields per person, 108 K for hard seat, 126K for soft seat, 126K for VIP 2 135K, and 150K for VIP. Vip2 is about 40 yuan.
Dawei Railway Station was designed by French architects in 1932 and opened in 1938. It was abandoned at the end of the Vietnam War until the 1990s. The reopened railway line, 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) long, runs from Dalai to nearby towns, mainly as a tourist attraction. The main tone of the station is orange. The three pointed roofs and stained glass show the ancient exotic style. Only a few retro carriages and headstock have been preserved. The railway used between 1928 and 1964 still retains part of it. The track is tooth-shaped, which can be used for tourists to watch and ride. The railway connects traffic and ends at Lingfu Temple. This line becomes a tourist project.
Narrow Track Train: This is one of the few narrow track trains still in operation in the world. It travels between the two towns of Big Tai. It's full of English wind. It seems like Harry Potter bought a handwritten retro ticket, boarded an old train and started the mysterious journey to the next stop. What will it be? Academy of Magic?
Dalai Old Railway Station, follow Chunxiang Lake to Cape France, turn right from Big C and go straight along the road. On a downhill, you will find the railway station breaking into sight. The French architect's ingenuity in design, narrow-gauge railways, wooden trains, everything seems to be back to the old days.
The first time I came to Da'ao to play, the legendary Vietnam's most beautiful railway station, Da'ao narrow-gauge railway station will certainly not miss, free of charge, oh, first of all, the door full-scale photography is very good, more French style, and then go to see the narrow-gauge, where many people are taking wedding photos, there are many vendors, it is recommended to play for an hour.
1. The old railway station is located in the urban area and easy to reach; 2. It is not only a tourist attraction, but also operates outside. Five nostalgic trains go to Lingfu Temple, another famous attraction, every day; 3. As long as you enter the railway station, you must pay 5,000 guilders of tickets.
This is Vietnam's oldest railway station, which has been basically abandoned. It has become a famous scenic spot of Dalai. The buildings are quite beautiful. It is a very small and refreshing place for literary and artistic models. Many people come here to take pictures and make use of the rails and some old trains to shape vigorously. Where you must go, the admission ticket is one yuan and five yuan.
French colonial architecture, classical, beautiful, narrow track with old-fashioned trains, is a good place for young literary and artistic people to pose, but also to experience a small section by car. Now it is also one of the landmark attractions of Da Du, must not be missed.
Da Lao Old Railway Station, built in 1933, is still in operation. There are five trains running to and from a nearby town every day. If you are not in a hurry, you can follow the traditional steam train and feel the sunshine and wind all the way. Of course, for girls, take photos first!