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The Crazy House – Da Lat, Vietnam

I heard about the Crazy House just before getting to Da Lat. It’s about a 15 minute walk from the main streets of town past small neighborhoods, busy streets and brilliant flowers. Tucked back into one of those neighborhoods is the Crazy House Hotel. (Da Lat is a mountain town so the strolls here are much more enjoyable as the air is cool and is a great break from the heat & extreme humidity of Hanoi & Hoi An.) For less than $2 you can walk through this funky, half-completed hotel that looks like a massive work of art. You can walk through and look into the themed rooms that aren’t being occupied and walk through the crazy halls and tunnels and on top of the Crazy Hour. It isn’t a must-see, but if you have a free evening and are looking for something different to do, it’s worth the small entrance fee.

Crazy House DaLat

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I loved the funky cobwebs, mushrooms and especially the tree-stump steps

Crazy House DaLat

One of the rooms in the Crazy House- they’re often animal or nature themed. Rooms run between $30 – $80. (Not worth that in my opinion because we had a massive private room with two beds and we paid $10 total ($5 a piece) for our much larger private room, but if you love boutique hotels, it’s a steal!).

Crazy House DaLat

It’s like a massive work of art 

Crazy House DaLat

Stacey walking on top of one of the tall passageways

Crazy House DaLat

Looking down from the top

Crazy House DaLat

Looking out at Da Lat and the mountains

Crazy House DaLat

A look down 

Crazy House DaLat

This is a sweet little peanut-shaped passageway in the Crazy House

Crazy House DaLat

Me on top of the Crazy House! So fun and funky!

Crazy House DaLat

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These walls looked like melting wax

Crazy House DaLat

This is a little juice bar.

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It’s like Halloween all year round!

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Although it isn’t a must-see, it’s still fun, and for less than $2, why not?!

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    http://theenglishprofessoratlarge.com
    October 22, 2015 at 11:18 am

    I love every inch of it! Thank you for letting us tour this magical place.

    • Reply
      PaigeBrown
      October 28, 2015 at 10:21 am

      Thank you for taking the tour! It’s such a funky little place.

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