In the recent years, Dalat has become an ideal destination for hideaways from the frustrating heat and bustle of Saigon. Therefore, many homestays have been built as the demands for hideaways soared. Personally, I don’t have much experience with Dalat’s homestays but I believe that every place I chose, they are the bests of them. For instance, Indigo Home (there is already a review) and The Shelter which I am going to introduce to you right now.
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The Shelter sheltered its tangible properties in a secluded alley, in the middle of a rising ground that connects to Trieu Viet Vuong street. Since, you can expect a totally quiet, soothing and peaceful spot to chill and unwind. This homestay holds a pretty large area for its lovely tents and cafe space for its visitors. Now, let’s have a look at them.
In fact, these beautiful tents are not the reason I really fell in love with The Shelter. The actual reasons come from the friendly owners, interesting folks I met at the dorm who gathered around the common outdoor dining table, sharing the foods and their stories. The experiences I had with them truly made an unforgettable impression with the place that I want to call my second home.
I spent the nights at Shelter on one of the dorms they had in a very cozy small room with walls of galleries. The days I spent here, it rained on every afternoon. However, those rains are like a present when I got to stay in such a comfortable, cozy and homey atmosphere of the dorm room. There is a fact that The Shelter is getting more and more popular which makes the vibes there quite bustling, noisy when it comes to the weekend. I love The Shelter for the opposite vibes so I highly recommend those who like me, arrange the visit before the weekend if you could.
At last, I just want to say that this place totally worth a visit even just for a cup of coffee. And, may you’d meet some cool folks like I did.
The Shelter Gallery Home
Address: Somewhere inbetween the 36th alley of Trieu Viet Vuong, Dalat.
Telephone: 0169 201 2922