See the Slow Loris in its Natural Habitat - Rural Da Lat

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In this half day tour, I will bring you by motorbike to different parts of rural Vietnam, Da Lat, to see the locals as well as wildlife in their natural habitat, such as the endangered slow loris. We will also take a Jeep up to Langbiang Mountain. -Van Thanh Flower Farm With over 100 hectares of arable land, the soil is this flower farm is suitable for all types of flowers. The Van flower village is famous not only for its high quality display of flowers, but also its flower center, which is the largest provider of Lam Dong flowers for local flower market. -Golden Lake Golden Valley has pine forests with tall pines ranging from 5-15m. Diverse array of vegetation can be found on this mountainous terrain such as mimosas and hydrangeas. The most unique part of Golden Valley is its garden, which features cleverly arranged art. Point makes a difference for Golden Valley is the garden with cleverly arranged art. -Ankroet Hydropower plant In 1967, The Ralph M. Company Parsons in Los Angeles (USA) did a study on the water supply problem in Da Lat. The report mentioned a project to build a water plant in Yellow Springs. The capacity of the plant detailed in this project is 25.000m3 of water/day, with a 24m diameter water pipeline running from the plant to the water tank on the hill Tung Lam (Thouard). -Culan Village The Culan Village has been around since the 20th century. The ethnic K'ho people living in this rustic village commonly engage in farming, hunting and gathering as a profession. Old trees in the highlands are chopped down and processed for tourists and for medicinal purposes. This has resulted in the loss of natural habitat for the slow loris (or Culan, as the locals call it). Additionally, the K'ho people also 'pick-up' the cutest slow lorises or the ones with the most beautiful big eyes to bring back to the village as livestock, to be sold to tourists as pets or souvenirs. These old and gentle animals are primarily nocturnal. See them up close, watch how they curl back with both hands covering their precious eyes when meeting with danger. Its such a tragedy when they are just 'picked' and taken away from their families in a basket. -Mount Langbiang Langbiang, or Langbiang mountain, comprises two mountains: Mount Mr. and Mrs. mountains. Located at an altitude of 2,167 m above sea level, Langbiang is also referred to as the "roof" of Da Lat, and is an iconic attraction here.

In this half day tour, I will bring you by motorbike to different parts of rural Vietnam, Da Lat, to see the locals as well as wildlife in their natural habitat, such as the endangered slow loris. We will also take a Jeep up to Langbiang Mountain. -Van Thanh Flower Farm With over 100 hectares of arable land, the soil is this flower farm is suitable for all types of flowers. The Van flower village is famous not only for its high quality display of flowers, but also its flower center, which is the largest provider of Lam Dong flowers for local flower market. -Golden Lake Golden Valley has pine forests with tall pines ranging from 5-15m. Diverse array of vegetation can be found on this mountainous terrain such as mimosas and hydrangeas. The most unique part of Golden Valley is its garden, which features cleverly arranged art. Point makes a difference for Golden Valley is the garden with cleverly arranged art. -Ankroet Hydropower plant In 1967, The Ralph M. Company Parsons in Los Angeles (USA) did a study on the water supply problem in Da Lat. The report mentioned a project to build a water plant in Yellow Springs. The capacity of the plant detailed in this project is 25.000m3 of water/day, with a 24m diameter water pipeline running from the plant to the water tank on the hill Tung Lam (Thouard). -Culan Village The Culan Village has been around since the 20th century. The ethnic K'ho people living in this rustic village commonly engage in farming, hunting and gathering as a profession. Old trees in the highlands are chopped down and processed for tourists and for medicinal purposes. This has resulted in the loss of natural habitat for the slow loris (or Culan, as the locals call it). Additionally, the K'ho people also 'pick-up' the cutest slow lorises or the ones with the most beautiful big eyes to bring back to the village as livestock, to be sold to tourists as pets or souvenirs. These old and gentle animals are primarily nocturnal. See them up close, watch how they curl back with both hands covering their precious eyes when meeting with danger. Its such a tragedy when they are just 'picked' and taken away from their families in a basket. -Mount Langbiang Langbiang, or Langbiang mountain, comprises two mountains: Mount Mr. and Mrs. mountains. Located at an altitude of 2,167 m above sea level, Langbiang is also referred to as the "roof" of Da Lat, and is an iconic attraction here.

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