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April, 18 2014 10:02:44

Da Lat gets pedestrians-only street

DA LAT (VNS) — The Da Lat Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism is drafting a plan to create a pedestrians-only street in Lam Vien Square by closing off a section of Tran Quoc Toan Street from Ho Tung Mau roundabout to Yersin Park to vehicles on Friday and Saturday nights. Located between Xuan Huong Lake and Lam Vien Square, the section will have several entertainment spots, including a public area for music, dance, and other art performances and cuisine and souvenir selling areas.

The plan is expected to be put into operation by the end of this month. — VNS


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