Vietnam Diaries: Coffee Plantation, Dalat

This post is part of Vietnam Diaries: Exploring Dalat (Day 3).

A caffeine addict like me should not pass on the chance to visit this piece of heaven.

Glasshouses are part of the scenic view of the Dalat countryside.

This is the irrigation that sustains the surrounding coffee plantation.

Arabica and Robusta coffee abound this plantation.

Arabica coffee berries lying in wait for harvest time.

The traditional Vietnamese drip coffee (ca phe sua nong or hot coffee with milk). If you find it too strong, you can ask for hot water to dilute it a bit.

I can actually live in this place! 😀

I didn’t get these from the coffee plantation but I made sure I got my coffee treasure before leaving Vietnam 😀

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