12 kilometers away from the city center, LangBiang Mountain is considered one of Da Lat’s iconic destinations, next to the poetic Xuan Huong Lake. Behind the name LangBiang unravels the legend of a timeless love story between K’Lang and H’Biang. Their love story has been inscribed upon a stone plate on top of the Radar Hill, underneath the statues of Lang and Biang, touching the hearts of every traveler to visit. The moment you set foot on LangBiang, tourists are immediately drawn towards by the letters spelling out “LangBiang” atop a small hill, where you can take pictures and go horseback riding on the grass-lined hill, another activity not to be found elsewhere.
There are at least three different ways to reach different peaks on the LangBiang Range:
– Jeeps: This is the most popular method to reach the 1929-meter high Radar Peak.
– Walking: You can also walk along the 6km long paved road for the jeeps to reach Radar Peak.
– Trekking: You are also walking up the mountain, but along paths and not paved roads. While trekking, you will pass old forests with many ancient trees, small creeks, and wildflowers on the path to reach the peak of Ba Mountain – “the left rooftop” at a height of 2167m, or Ong Mountain – the 2124m high “right rooftop”. Additionally, you can also bring camping gears to experience the atmosphere of Tay Nguyen on Da Lat’s tallest LangBiang mountain peaks.