The 22.5m tower contains her sandstone statue sitting cross-legged on Buddha's throne. The 2.6m statue has 10
hands, each holding a specific object illustrating the intellect and power of Buddha.
The remaining towers were dedicated to different gods: the central tower to Cri Cambhu, the north-west tower to Sandhaka and the south tower to Ganeesh. Not only are the towers famous for their architecture and sculpture, but also for their great significance in terms of history, nationalism and archaeology.
Tourist attractions in Dalat:
Valley of Love The famed 'Valley of Love' looks nice, Approximately 5km north of the centre of Da Lat on Phu Dong Thien Voung Rd. the valley of love is circled by hill covered with pine trees. The place has taken on a carnival atmosphere. During Bao Dai King's reign, the valley was called Peace valley.
The summer palace of the last emperor, Bao Dai, is open to visitors. The 25-room villa was built in 1933. Admission is 1$
Xuan Huong lake is a very beautiful lake located in the centre of Dalat City. Previously, Xuan Huong was a big lake in Dalat that was 5 sq. km in the shape of a crescent moon. Xuan Huong lake is a poetic site, attracting leisure visitors; it is also a popular rendezvous site for lovers
Linh Son Pagoda is located on a hill 700m from the center of Dalat.This attractive pagoda, built in 1938, is still in very good condition. Among the dozens of monks who take care of the pagoda is Thich Tu Man, who has been in charge since 1964. The center for Buddhism in Dalat is exclusively for men.
The ethnic villages (Lat and Chill) around Dalat was a bit depressing. The people have lost their semi-nomadic lifestyle and now live in what seems to be enforced poverty. They will soon be integrated into ordinary Vietnamese life.
Dam Ri waterfall from Dalat 100 km on the way to HO CHI MINH CITY,visitor can stop by Bao Loc , the land of tea , coffe,and mulberry ,18 km from the center of Bao Loc . visitors will also enjoy damri watefall.
Dalat's Pine Lake Golf Course was the first to open, or rather re-open, in Vietnam after the war. Its 18 hole course was opened at the 24 February 1994, but a 9 hole course was already founded in the 1920s, being the first golf club in Southeast Asia.