If you sit and count the virtual shooting angles in Da Lat, it may take a few days. From the beautiful, sweet or even ancient, ghostly scenes, Da Lat can “weigh” them all. However, the murky atmosphere, surrounded by weeds of the 3 abandoned places below will make you wonder why young people like to take pictures to check-in here so much. Let’s find out with 2 Beautiful!
In recent years, the fire pit has been known as a ghost photography location in Da Lat. Few people know that, before that, this was once a famous work with the incisor railway connecting the sea and flowers (Thap Cham – Da Lat) built by the French. However, now, the railway has been canceled and the railway tunnel has become an abandoned site.
Around the weeds that grow across the body, moss covered the stone walls makes this place bring a quiet, sad beauty and turn into a magical virtual living corner that attracts young people. Because it is located on the busiest suburban route in Da Lat, you can combine visiting the railway tunnel with Cau Dat tea hill, Tom’s rose garden or Linh Phuoc pagoda.
Having appeared in many Vietnamese horror films, the Franciscaines chapel was formerly a monastery built by the French. From 1979 up to now, the chapel was once used as the campus of Thang Long gifted school (later Tran Phu High School) but has since been closed and abandoned for a long time.
Therefore, this place always has a mysterious feature with the sediment of time, dust covering the glass windows and soaring weeds. I thought this place would not be visited by anyone, but due to the unique and ancient Gothic architecture, many young people are also “ready” to come here to visit and take pictures.
Hill of Cross
Tuyen Lam Lake is a familiar place to visit for many people when traveling to Dalat. The dreamy, lyrical beauty, green pine trees, and azure lake have made this place a favorite of tourists. However, few people know that, just moving about 3km to the end of the lake, you will stop at Cross Hill – an abandoned place with a strange and magical beauty.
No one knows when the Hill of Crosses appeared or what it means. Just know that, according to the people around, the hill of the Cross is actually a tomb of the French Catholics. After returning to France, the tomb was abandoned and became a photo destination for many young people.