Dalat Eco Map (Vietnam)
A map with eco-friendly businesses in Dalat, Vietnam
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Eco-friendly Restaurants and Cafés
Vĩ Tuyến Số Sáu - Tea, Cafe, Garden, Dalat ↓
No straws, no plastic take-away, garbage recycling, upcycled interior
We met Ms. Trang Bui, the owner of this garden café, the first time at the local community garden, where she kindly helped us plant the first seeds <3. Now we went to visit her little paradise. Vĩ Tuyến Số Sáu means the 6th parallel and it is a small tea house in the middle of the pine forest.
Sustainablity is very important to her, so she decided that building materials for the tea house should be second hand. And so she did: 80% of the tea house's interior has been discarded by other people and was destined to finish their life cycle, but Trang saved these items and put them together to a beautiful mosaic, a tea house with a relaxing and mysterious forest ambiance.
But Trang wanted more than that - her goal is to live in the highest possible harmony with nature.
When we asked her about take-away containers for beverages, she chuckled and indicated I should form a bowl with my hands - meaning that if people really want to take away stuff, they must bring their own container. Thumbs up! Let's educate people, Trang!
Obviously, the tea house also doesn't use straws or any single-use-plastic. They sort waste and recycle food waste in the vegetable gardens of the Clover Homestay.
Another nice gesture of this place? Customers are allowed to pick and eat vegetables at the organic vegetable garden! And whenever there is a fruit surplus, Trang shares it with her tea house guests for free.
Her wish is to create a community that engages with nature and respects the earth.
Are we dreaming or awake? Go find out yourself with this Google Maps link:
Otherwise you can also find the café on Facebook:
K'Be Wood Fired Pizza and BBQ ↓
Garbage sorting, in-house food waste recycling (feed for ducks), recycled building materials, local ingredient sourcing
Do you plan to hike Langbiang Mountain? Then you should also plan a lunch break or dinner with flavour-rich, wood fired pizza and a big glass of fresh, home-brewed beer.
Where? At K'BE Restaurant, right on the road to Langbiang parking lot, literally only a few minutes away.
It's great even for vegetarians because the pizza can be served totally meat-free. Your palate will be delighted by locally-grown vegetables and home-made cheese!
You wonder, who had this idea to bring Italian pizza in a remote village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam?
His name is James Reelick, who runs K'BE Restaurant, together with his wife and his two children. Indeed, James praises his 12-year-old son for being a great helping hand in the restaurant. And his little girl, Trung, brought as proudly our drinks with the same ease and skill she displays as she does when speaking three different languages: English, Vietnamese and K'Ho. What a lovely family!
James has very high standards and only wants THE BEST available ingredients for his dishes. Once we asked him about food and he said:
"If you make food, why don't you make the best food?"
This sums up his goals when it comes to food quality.
In fact, the pizza is wood-fired pizza made in a pizza oven, not in a conventional oven. The ingredients are as local as possible. For example, he buys vegetables only from his village, which happens to be a center for agriculture. The pizza dough is freshly prepared, every single day.
Are you getting hungry? There is more you should know.
On top of excellent food quality, James wanted to assure an outstanding beer quality.
If you still think that pizza should be enjoyed together with red wine, go for a walk in Italy. Italian people will be happy to show you that for pizza, there is no better match than beer. 🙂
Therefore, he invested in a professional beer brewing system! Filled with - again - high-quality ingredients, he makes his own craft beer.
Don't forget to try it!
For James, everything must be as sustainable as possible. Usually, when it comes to sustainability, people talk about "Reuse, Reduce, Recycle".
Well, James is an expert in reusing things. He uses discarded coffee trees as wood fire material. This means that your pizza is fired with material, that coffee farmers throw away anyway. For them, old coffee trees don't yield as much as young trees.
Also, whenever James builds something, whatever that might be - a kitchen, a shed, a beer brewing factory - he uses second-hand materials.
What else is special? There is no food waste at K'Be Restaurant. Why? First of all, it rarely happens, that someone doesn't finish his or her plate. 🙂 And other food scraps fill other bellies because the family raises ducks.
Something that we found very interesting in particular is the following: James tries to avoid concrete floors and concrete pavement, because "the earth needs to breathe". Let's all be inspired for our future building projects.
For take-away, he uses aluminum foil. In this way, customers can reuse the foil or recycle it through the local scavenger ladies.
We hope you enjoy your stay at K'Be Restaurant. Say hello to James. 🙂
Find the Google Maps link here:
James loves it when you make a reservation a day before your visit to the restaurant. So he can plan the kitchen supplies better and nothing goes to waste.
Contact him through Facebook:
One More Café ↓
No plastic straws, no plastic water bottles, reducing plastic bags, garbage recycling
Craving western cuisine or a quiet place to write important e-mails?
This is the address to go to! Here you can find not only cinnamon buns that taste like home, but also bread with different kinds of seeds, eggs Benedict, English Breakfast, Granola bowls and much more.
And if you need healthy food ingredients to make your own dishes at home, on One More Café's snack shelf you can find many product options. Upgrade your life with all kinds of nuts, seeds, lentils, chickpeas, oats, nut milks, but also home-made jams, chutneys and pickles.
The friendly and welcoming owner, Lorelle from Australia, created a space where expats, locals and tourists meet and greet and enjoy delicious food that tastes like home.
On the top floor of the café a co-working space is waiting for you, where you can get the work done that has been on your to-do-list for too long.
Speaking of which, Lorelle has lived in Dalat for a long time and knows pretty much everything about this city and cares for Dalat in her own, green way.
She introduced a "Commitment to the Environment" which is displayed on every table: You learn that One More Café recycles all plastic, metal, paper and food waste. They use stainless steel straws instead of plastic straws. They take their own shopping bags to buy supplies at the market to reduce the use of plastic bags. If you need a bag, they also offer Bees4life cotton bags for sale.
Moreover, single-use-plastic bottles are banned here and table water and take-away water is offered in glass bottles instead, for a very reasonable price. How? They buy water in huge refillable tanks that each save 40 small single use plastic bottles!
Find the Google Maps link here:
Or check out the Facebook page:
Green Box Café ↓
No plastic straws, food waste becomes fertilizer for their own farm, single-use-bottles and cans swap
Smoothies, juices, greens, coffee & drinks! Green Box Café is all about having a nice time in a very special ambiance, matching the local vibe of the omnipresent agriculture in Dalat.
You literally sit in between plants, tomatoes, salads, and other ornamental plants that blossom, flourish, and live around you when you enjoy a delicious drink in good company. You can invite all your friends because Green Box has a lot of space!
Green Box Café is hosting the monthly local & plastic-free Organic Farmer's Market...
The ability to fit a lot of people and provide a beautiful, green space for bigger events also attracted the local Organic Farmer's Market, which is held monthly at Green Box Café. The owners provide the space for the market on the first floor free of charge because of their support and friendship with the local organic farmers in Dalat. Big thumbs up from our side here.
Moreover, they show their love for nature by restricting plastic bags, banning plastic straws, and recycling the leftover food waste of the café on their farm. And, if you really want to buy a drink in a plastic bottle, then the Café gives you the possibility to swap the empty bottle afterward with a home-grown vegetable from Green Box!
Come discover an exceptional place in Dalat!
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Find the Facebook Page of Green Box Café here:
Quán Cà Rem Bông Bông ↓
Zero packaging discounts, delivery in paper bags, local sourcing when possible
It's a hot day and the only thought in your mind is ice cream? Or is it a regular day and you just want to hang out with your friends in a charming, hidden alley of Dalat and enjoy home-made icecream with delicious waffles, right from the waffle iron?
Then this place is exactly for you! The Bông Bông ice cream shop will delight you with a thoughtful interior and very tasty and surprising ice cream flavors: Did you ever try ice cream made of durian? Or passion fruit? Or matcha? Or coconut? Besides the common flavor like chocolate, vanilla, strawberry you can find these more exotic flavors. When possible, the ingredients are sourced locally.
When it comes to the environment, Ms. Hoa, the owner, decided to offer a discount of 20% to any customer who brings their own take-away-box. That is great news, if you want to eat your ice cream at home or later. Moreover, in case of home delivery, ice cream is delivered exclusively in paper bags!
We love it, when hidden gems are eco-friendly. Thank you Bông Bông for making Dalat a better place!
Find the Google Maps link here:
Or find them on Facebook:
La Viet Coffee ↓
Coffee ground recycling, garbage sorting, biodegradable lid on takeaway cups
When it comes to coffee, coffeeshop ambiance, coffee education, brewing, and tasting, these guys really take it seriously. Why? Well, in La Viet the concept is from farm to cup. And they master every single step in this process.
The best part? You can be part of this too, just walk in! Once inside, you feel the coffee vibe in every corner. This is also because only part of the La Viet area is used for coffee guests. The other and visible part of the area is dedicated to coffee processing, from sorting, roasting, tasting, and selling coffee beans. In harvest time, you can see how people sort Arabica coffee cherries by hand on long trays!
The staff is very welcoming and shows you around whenever you wish. You can also book the full tour and visit their coffee farm and learn everything you always wanted to know about coffee! As far as we know, the tours are offered in English, Vietnamese and even in Russian.
Arabica coffee from farm to cup in a special ambiance
Now you might think that La Viet Coffee is a busy place. Yes, many guests enjoy this special ambiance every day. Still, the staff manages to somehow always smile and make everything look organized, special, and peaceful. Well done, friends.
We thought, such a visionary place is surely also a role model when it comes to the environment. And we were right!
La Viet provides stainless steel straws for drinks on request. They sort waste in 3 different categories (food waste, plastic, and paper), whereas plastic and paper get recycled by the local scavenger ladies.
If you have a coffee shop too, you can start sorting now!
It makes a big difference because plastic and paper are much easier to recycle if they aren't contaminated by food waste. And meanwhile, we keep food waste away from landfills. The food waste, which consists mostly of coffee grounds, is given to Dalat University and transformed into fertilizer. When people ask for take-away, they introduced a biodegradable lid on the coffee cup.
La Viet also is strongly rooted in its origins, the country of Vietnam, and loves emphasizing their national pride through the choice of ingredients in the menu. For example, coffee is all local, it’s exclusively Arabica coffee from the surroundings of Dalat. Signature drinks are a combination of local fruits such as lemon, kumquat, strawberry, mulberry, banana, and beetroot.
Doesn't it sound mouth-watering? Come and see yourself! 🙂
Find the Google Maps link here:
Brew and Breakfast ↓
No single-use-plastic of any kind, food waste program, 100% plant-based cuisine
Brew and Breakfast – Restaurant & Hostel is a small plant-based business, hidden down a quiet alley in Da Lat.
The owners, Nick & Briana a friendly British couple, opened the business to pursue their love of great coffee, plant-based food and
their desire to show the viability of an environmentally sustainable business.
“It has been our mission since we first opened to consider the environmental impact of all our business choices. This meant making tough choices about the products we sell and the way we work.”
You can feel it the moment you step in... a pleasant scent of freshly roasted coffee will delight your nose and your eyes will admire the
elegant artwork of upcycled second-hand-material which has become the interior design and furniture in Brew and Breakfast.
The passion for coffee culminated in their own coffee brand "London Saigon Coffee Company". This also means that you can see a fancy roasting machine, right in the restaurant!
Still, Nick and Briana don't only care about coffee.
Home-Roasted Coffee, 100% plant-based and upcycled interior...
If you are vegan, plant-based or just want to lower your meat consumption, here you will find a 100% plant-based menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner! We especially recommend the burritos and vegan fried chick’n (made from mushrooms!) so yummy! The ingredients for the dishes are almost all sourced from Vietnam and the chefs swap imported for local food whenever possible.
In addition, Brew and Breakfast, doesn't sell any single-use-plastic. Their takeaway and disposable containers, straws, and cutlery are made from biodegradable materials. For their guests, they provide free filtered water and buy things like soap and other supplies in refillable bulk containers to limit the amount of packaging.
When it comes to recycling garbage, the restaurant is a leading example in Dalat. Plastics and metals are recycled locally and food waste is donated to local farms.
What are you waiting for ... It's coffee time!
Find the Google Maps link here:
Book your stay or table through Facebook:
The Lake House Dalat ↓
Food waste recycling, quitting plastic, garbage sorting
The Lake House offers quiet accomodations at Tuyen Lam Lake in proximity to the famous Truc Lam pagoda. People who want to take a rest from stressful daily life and relax come here to enjoy the silence and the wonderful presence of the peaceful lake. They have private bungalows and single/double rooms and dorm rooms available - a place for all budgets and privacy wishes.
Apart from serving only vegetarian food to guests, the owner is environmentally-conscious and installed a no-plastic-bottle policy.
Instead, they serve free hot tea and filter the water for the guests. They separate the trash as follows: cans & bottles to be recycled, organic material for composting, and non-recyclable trash.
The organic material goes to their own compost, which is then transformed into fertilizer for their garden. They use reusable bags for shopping, and even try to reuse plastic bags, instead of throwing them away.
Again, in their own garden they exclusively use organic fertilizer and compost from the kitchen, no chemical products. The owner is willing to switch also to home-made detergents and washing liquids. Who wants to teach her? 🙂
Find the Google Maps link here:
Or find them on Facebook:
Khe Sanh Homestay ↓
Food waste recycling, quitting plastic shampoo bags, garbage sorting.
Khe Sanh Homestay is located in a quiet and privileged residential area without greenhouses. It features a fantastic view on the Elephant Mountain from the terrace.
Still, these are only the outlines, you will be amazed to get to know to the kind-hearted owner and mother of 2, Mrs. Toàn, who runs the homestay and truly cares for the well-being of her guests.
Since she speaks fluent English and Vietnamese, she is happy to communicate with people from all over the world and makes them feel the most welcome in her hometown, Dalat.
Love for flowers and the environment
Toàn loves flowers and nature and wants to make a positive change, also when it comes to hotel business. For starters, she planted flowers wherever possible, that means on the balconies, on the terrace and in the front yard.
She does garbage sorting and recycles food waste from the homestay in the compost of the nearby community garden, called Bee Garden. The garden is one-year-long social and environmental project that came to life and existance also thanks to the constant support of Toàn and her Khe Sanh Homestay.
Moreover, she found a way to quit the little plastic shampoo bags and her plan is to quit single-use-plastic bottles as well. The environmental story is to be continued here...
Til then, enjoy your stay!
Find the Google Maps link here:
Or contact Mrs. Toàn directly through her Facebook Profile:
Komori House & Foods ↓
Eco-friendly building materials, kitchen waste composting, organic garden
Komori House & Foods has been built by a group of young people who love the Japanese movie “Little Forest”. Komori is the name of a village in this movie and translates to "Little Garden". It is about a dream to have a house with a garden, live a sustainable life, and go back to nature.
The best part? All this happens for real in less than 3 km to the city center of Dalat.
The house’s design features open spaces and leaves room to connect with the surrounding nature. It is built with a typical Japanese minimalistic style. One very remarkable building material is visible right when you get there: the beautiful bamboo. All rooms were placed in a way that connects them to the open space as much as possible, community life is a very important aspect at Komori House.
There are 2 single rooms with garden view and private bathroom and one dormitory room with 10 beds, each bed featuring a curtain and a private shelf.
There is the garden behind the house, where no synthetic chemicals are allowed. To fertilize the garden, Komori prepares compost out of kitchen waste.
Komori has an open-air community kitchen, where guests can join the cooking activities, share their stories and enjoy the warmth of the fire. This is especially then appealing when in it's rainy and cold.
Next to Komori is the peaceful & majestic Church named Du Sinh. You also can explore the Du Sinh Hills nearby the Homestay and enjoy wonderful sunsets or just go for a good run in the foggy Dalat morning.
You can find the Google Maps link here:
You can also contact Komori house via Facebook Page:
Firefly Garden Homestay Dalat (Vườn đom đóm) ↓
Systemic water harvesting, bio-architecture, garbage sorting & food waste recycling, green guest education
What if you wanted to get a good night's sleep close to nature, but with the conveniences of a city center? Well, then you probably need to go to a garden homestay. A very good option is the Firefly Garden Homestay Dalat by the freshly married couple Ms. Minh Tam and Mr. Minh Toan. They love their homestay so much, that they decided to throw the party directly in there, as you can see from the Facebook page of Firefly Garden Homestay Dalat.
What's so special about fireflies, we wondered. The owners explain to us that they love fireflies not only because of their shining beauty in the night but also for their character and needs. The tiny insect thrives in wet conditions without pollution, suffers from the presence of chemical pesticides, needs water, and produces light even in the darkest nights.
Let's find out how this passion for fireflies impacted the creation of the homestay... In fact, Ms. Minh Tam and her husband designed this homestay and garden to reduce as much as possible the impact on the environment:
On the base of every garden lies the availability of water - so, the house was designed to collect rainwater and greywater for garden irrigation. We are sure that fireflies would love that!
At the same time, water shouldn't be wasted: Toilets feature a double mode to save the amount of used water and guests get their linen and towels changed upon request, otherwise, those are changed once a week, to reduce the water used for cleaning them. And speaking of cleaning: the Firefly Garden Homestay uses eco-friendly cleaning products, which also makes the greywater safe to be applied in irrigation.
Concerning the energy consumption, the couple opted for wide windows in all the rooms, including the living rooms and toilets. In this way, less electricity is used for lighting and airflow. Lamps are eco-friendly and have energy-saving LED-bulbs.
All the rooms have been equipped with furniture, here she used recycled materials. When it comes to recycling of garbage, the garden homestay provides baskets in the public area to sort newspapers, paper, glass, aluminum, cardboard, metal, and plastic. Food waste is collected separately and used as compost in the garden.
Sustainability by design - a garden homestay in the heart of Dalat
The garden itself is a way of green living. Where there are plants, there is beauty for the eye and soul. So the hosts planted an abundance of flowers, vegetables, and trees in the garden and even in the rooms!
You may wonder how a day as a guest feels like at the Firefly Garden Homestay? Let me take you there...
In the morning you wake up and hear the birds sing a song. You take a sip from the refreshing drinking water provided by your host in a refillable glass bottle. Time to brush your teeth and get ready for the day... Your host provides a bamboo toothbrush that you can take home and use again many times, instead of using a single-use plastic toothbrush. Now you are ready. Before you leave your room, you turn off the lights to save energy. Remember, neither fireflies wouldn't light up during day time. 🙂
Your host is happy to provide you a bicycle for rent to explore the beautiful city of Dalat. She will also encourage you to take a reusable bag with you, so you don't need a plastic bag for souvenirs and purchases. When you come home, because this is your home in Dalat now, you can join the host and plant a tree together in the garden.
If you turn out to be a particularly eco-friendly guest, the Firefly Homestay even offers you a discount!
Are you the eco-friendly guest entitled to a discount? Go to find out with this Google Maps link:
A Little House ↓
Plastic ban in place, garbage sorting, plastic-free food shopping, environmental education
At A Little House, everything is about Green Living and respecting nature and the environment. Ms. Phuong, the owner of A Little House sums it up as follows:
The love for plants: My house is surrounded by plenty of plants and trees. Trees are my friends, my kids. I love them as much as I love my cats and Bonnie, my dog. When you open the window blinds, the sunlight will pour into your room through thousands of leaves. While walking around the yard, you walk in between trees. At every step, you will be immersed in fragrances of different plants and flowers - a tea tree, ylang ylang, pines and five of white roses, climbing up the bamboo are just some of the fragrance dispensers.
I have raised beds, where I grow a little veggie garden. My homestay is a bed and breakfast, which means I cook breakfasts for my guests. For example, I harvest the veggies from my garden to make a salad. Actually, you also should have a veggie garden, it brings you joy, health, and happiness.
No to plastic: I am a bit extreme with restricting single-use plastic and plastic bags. I myself choose not to use any single-use plastic and propose to my guests alternative solutions so we can all go plastic-free. In this way we all can protect our beloved Mother Earth. Sometimes, guests propose that plastic garbage can be recycled, but we all know that it is only a little percentage of all plastic garbage, that can be recycled.
When I cook breakfast for guests, I take my reusable boxes to market to buy meat and fish, and a basket to buy veggies. In my motorbike I keep some boxes, so I can refuse plastic bags easily and every day. Even when I buy salt, pepper, dried chili... I will take some glass jars to buy. The shopper will scale my jar first, and pour the seasoning on, and rescale, deduct the jar weight. Very simple, no waste, no plastic. 🙂 You can do it too!
I join the save our planet groups: We complain too much about the pollution and the heat everywhere, but never ever admit that with many of our actions we contribute to all of this.
I am open to share about living a green life and have conversations about this, not only in Da Lat, but everywhere, whether you are traveling or back home. We don’t have to surrender to pollution and can make conscious choices together. Together we can live a green life! 🙂
A Little House has different room sizes available with private toilet and bathroom.
You can book through Booking, there it is listed as "A Little House HomeSweetHome".
Google Maps link here:
The Kadupul Homecation ↓
No plastic water bottles, no single-use bathroom products, food waste composting
Have you seen such an interesting style before? No? In fact, it is so unique that this place has been featured among the extraordinary Airbnb accommodations in SEA by the Escape Magazine. The upcycled interior includes even a real tree growing through the roof of each private suite!
You might think that Kadupul is the name of a city in the Middle East, but you couldn't be more wrong. 😉 Kadupul is the name of a very special flower, also called 'Queen of the night' or Epiphyllum oxypetalum. It blossoms only a few times a year and only in the night.
That sounds like a promise for a good night's sleep!
The owner, Mrs. Truc, who chose that name also had more ideas in mind to make Kadupul a place you will never forget.
First, she was upset about the amount of food waste thrown away each day, while the many flowers, trees, and plants on the property need constantly fresh fertilizer.
Filling two needs with one deed at Kadupul Homecation...
She needed to fill two needs with one deed: Together with volunteers and her brother the team built a recycling collection point on the property. Food waste becomes compost, plastic gets sold to local scavenger ladies and only a tiny fraction ends up at unrecyclable waste. We really celebrate her tenacity!
What else is cool about her? She buys eco-friendly liquid soap from a local supplier in bulk and gets food locally, whenever possible.
The accommodation doesn't provide single-use bathroom products and there are no plastic water bottles in the rooms. Instead, guests can refill their water bottles with free drinking water.
But Kadapul goes even further and saves on electricity, too. They installed an electricity-saving card that turns off all the power once the guests leave the rooms and use solarpower-heated water.
Well done... May Kadupul be the Queen of Environmental Efforts, too!
Find the Google Maps link here:
You can contact the Facebook Page to make a reservation:
The Clover's Home ↓
Food waste composting, reused building materials, permaculture farming
The Clover's Home is a quiet place. To get there, you cross a little forest road that leads to the enchanted farmstay. Farmstay? Yes, because around the house, people planted vegetables and fruits of all kinds in beautiful garden beds.
That is because Tung, the owner, got inspired by the permaculture way of farming and living. He says that he doesn't use chemical fertilizer on the land, instead helps build up the soil by composting food waste, giving room for the soil to breath and grow different plants to support each other. The new garden café on the property named Vĩ Tuyến Số Sáu - Tea, Cafe, Garden, Dalat named has been built almost entirely with reused materials, we write about this café in the restaurant & café section of this map.
The farmstay offers private room and dorm accomodation and you can book either through their Facebook Page The Clover's Home or throught Airbnb.
Find the Google Maps link here:
Facebook Page of the Clover's Home Dalat:
Happy Garden (vegetables) ↓
Farming without chemical pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers, food waste recycling, plastic-free veggie-bag delivery
Happy Garden is run by two dear gardener souls who truly care for nature. Not only do they love nature, plants and flowers, we also consider them walking plant-encyclopedias, they literally know every plant and taught us even about edible weeds. They grow so much food, so they even share it and deliver it to customers in Dalat and Saigon in reusable veggie bags, so everybody can enjoy their tasty cherry tomatoes, leaf greens, cucumbers, potatoes and many other seasonal vegetables. When you visit them, you will also find many different kinds of flowers, especially rare kinds of roses and also.... a beehive. We can only be grateful to have them in Dalat.
Check out Dalat Eco-Map and go see their little paradise!
Find the Google Maps link here:
Nhà Cười - Smile Garden (vegetables) ↓
Forest garden with fruits and vegetables, chemical-free farm, veggie picking
Did you ever wonder how resistance looks like?
It's probably difficult to imagine but the picture above has been taken on a slot of land which is enclosed completely by the greenhouses of other farms. Miles and miles of greenhouses as far as you can see.
And one man had enough of that.
In September 2019 Mr. Nguyễn Thanh Tân announced a public event to take down the greenhouse on his land and return it to nature. That time he wrote: "We are all aware that over the years, Da Lat’s agriculture has been attacked by greenhouses and chemical products. These actions for only short-term profits have distorted the purpose of agricultural development, shattered city development plans, and especially impacted climate change. [...]
Smile Garden’s short-term purpose is to become a clean farm with pure natural farming techniques, using organic fertilizer, and producing seasonal fruit trees. In the future, our farm will become the space for the weekly agricultural fair with expanded stalls, workshops, free dialogues on agriculture, environment, and recycling, etc. We are looking forward to seeing all people who are interested in improving Da Lat’s agriculture to act together, and to share ideas and discussion with us."
Said....and done! Together with visitors and volunteers they took down the greenhouse, recycled the large pieces of plastic on the farm, and started growing food in harmony with nature.
Today, on the upper part of the farm you will find all sorts of vegetables growing almost wildly together. They are planted close enough to prevent weeds in a natural way. The more you go further and reach the lower part of the farm with the house, kitchen facility, and living spaces, the higher the vegetation grows. When you reach the house you stand in something that permaculturists might call a "Food Forest". It is a nature-oriented way of planting which mimics a real forest with the difference that all plants are edible for humans.
The best part?
You can experience how such fruits and vegetables taste like. Upon appointment, you can go to the farm and meet. Mr. Nguyễn Thanh Tân, who will show you around his little paradise. If you are into gardening, you can also help him with the harvest or organize an alternative afternoon there with your friends. If you just want to buy fresh veggies, you can go down to the house and use the pick and pay box (if it's your first time, send a message first to arrange with Mr. Tân).
Smile Garden is also a very open and welcoming place, accepting volunteers from all over the world.
Just drop Mr. Tân a message and make an appointment through the Facebook Page of Smile Garden.
Here is the Google Maps link to find the farm:
Bui Farm (coffee, fruits, vegetables) ↓
Coffee farming without chemical pesticides and herbicides, coffee shipping in reusable containers
There is a lot to say about a person who is a friend, permaculture mentor, coffee farmer, coffee roaster, organic farmer's market manager, Bees4life translator, and inestimable source of inspiration to us.
In fact, Bui Anh Tuan, the owner of Bui Farm, co-organized the organic farmer's market in Dalat, translated many of our workshops and speeches simultaneously to the Vietnamese language, and is one of our favorite conversation partners for topics like bees, pollinators, permaculture, farming and many more... How come Mr. Tuan knows about farming? Well...
He owns a visionary coffee farm and coffee brand, called Rin Coffee. Robusta coffee trees grow without synthetic pesticides or herbicides. Here is a picture of a small part of Bui Farm:
If you are a Bees4life reader, you probably remember our post Coffee without bees? in which we explain the importance of bees and pollinators for everyone's daily dose of the brown liquid gold - coffee.
In the post we basically describe how Bui Farm grows coffee - in a bee-friendly and likewise eco-friendly way. In the picture of the farm above, you can see 2 factors of this kind of farming:
Coffee trees are intercropped with fruit trees (in the picture you see a banana palm in the back, but on the farm, there are also macadamia, jackfruit, and persimmon trees. In this way, not only the farm has more biodiversity, which lowers the risk of pest epidemics, but also features extended flowering periods. When the coffee flowering season is over, bees can continue living on the farm and feed on other fruit tree nectar.
Flowering weeds are allowed and embraced for at least 2 reasons: Firstly they also provide food sources for bees. Secondly, they deliver the organic matter to the soil through the chop and drop method.
Moreover, what you cannot see in the picture is that close to the farm is a pine forest area, where bees and other insects can withdraw and nest.
Bees choose Bui Farm too...
Mr. Tuan reported that due to the presence of bees his coffee harvest increased up to 40%!
Once harvested, he does all the processing in-house and then proceeds to roast. There would be a lot to say about roasting too! Robusta coffee has the image to be a very bitter kind of coffee, which is due to the common practice of roasting Robusta coffee until it's black. Mr. Tuan reverses this infamous Robusta image! He does light and medium roasting and creates a tender, mouth-watering Robusta coffee. The coffee is available as beans or powder, in reusable coffee bags.
If you are interested to meet Mr. Tuan or try his coffee, meet him at the organic farmer's market or contact him through this Google Maps link
Midori Coffee Farm (coffee) ↓
Coffee farming without chemical pesticides and herbicides, coffee shipping in reusable containers
Mr. Huy, manager and farmer at Midori Coffee FarmWhen we first met Mr. Huy, we immediately noticed his friendly smile and peaceful attitude. It makes sense. When you live far away from the city chaos, you probably find a lot of peace within, just like Mr. Huy. It was coffee harvesting time, so he took us to the coffee trees to pick coffee cherries first hand. On the way there he described everything about coffee processing and answered all the million questions we had patiently. Turns out they apply a coffee processing method that reduces the impact on the environment and the use of water resources. Thumbs up! Also, coffee waste products, such as coffee skins/husks are reused on the farm - nothing gets wasted. And another great plus: for regular customers who order larger quantities (5 kg and more) the coffee gets delivered in reusable jars, so the packaging is cut down to almost zero, too.
Sustainable coffee farming and passion for the environment...
There is more: His exciting plan is to make the coffee farm become a real food forest! That's why he is planting many fruit trees among the coffee trees. We obviously love this, because this means a lot of biodiversity for the bee-loved bees and pollinators. It means more nectar sources all year round! He also helps pollinators by not using any kind of herbicides and pesticides. For all the permaculture lovers out there, Mr. Huy has a banana circle, if you are curious to find out what that means, read more here.
Midori Coffee Farm produces very little trash since all organic waste is recycled on the farm - in the vegetable garden, which again doesn't receive chemicals! Ducks and chicken serve eggs and precious fertilizer. When it comes to water pollution, the farm uses exclusively natural detergents, except for the laundry detergent. We think that we can fix that one. Please share with Mr. Huy your favorite natural laundry detergent recipe 🙂
Recently, they also built a café, where you can try the coffee from farm to cup with a great view of the valley and the stream.
Moreover, the farm now has rooms available, so you can come and stay overnight. During your stay, you may enjoy simple meals with home-grown vegetables from the garden and have certainly a quiet good night's sleep.
What else is left to say? A lot. Go see yourself and experience coffee farming with an authentic and passionate coffee farmer.
Visit Midori Coffee Farm as a guest or volunteer!
Find the Google Maps link here:
The Story Coffee (coffee) ↓
Organic coffee farming and supporting the local ethnic minority community
Located in Ta Nung village, overlooking a valley of coffee with a stream running through, The Story Coffee is an ideal place to relax and enjoy coffee for tourists in Dalat. The owner, Trung, is a passionate person about specialty coffee and organic farming.
When he took the land over, Trung has gradually converted the coffee farm to organic cultivation. He also owns a nearby coffee farm with the goal of planting a food forest with a variety of trees.
In the backyard of the coffee shop, he grows vegetables that receive compost made of the kitchen waste. During harvest season, the ripe coffee beans are carefully selected and roasted to bring the best quality cups of coffee to visitors.
If you are lucky enough to meet Trung, you will be welcomed by his charm and a very interesting coffee story.
Not only serving coffee at the cafe, The Story Coffee also sells coffee bean or grain coffee with high quality in beautiful packaging. So you can take home a precious souvenir and feel the love of this coffee farm, even if you are back home.
With the desire to enhance the value of coffee in the area, The Story Coffee hopes to spread this new way of farming to the neighborhood and help the local K’ho community to have a stable income.
Find the Google Maps link here:
Find the Facebook page of The Story Coffee here:
Gates of Dawn Garden (goat milk) ↓
Nuôi dê toàn diện, quy mô nhỏ, vận chuyển sữa trong chai thủy tinh tái sử dụng
Bạn không thuần chay nhưng bạn vẫn cảm thấy e ngại bởi nghề chăn nuôi quy mô lớn?
Bạn là người thuần chay, nhưng bạn vẫn chấp nhận sữa từ động vật được nuôi toàn diện trong chế độ ăn uống của bạn?
Như vậy, Gates of Dawn Garden chắc chắn là một nơi thú vị và thích hợp đáng kinh ngạc để đến thăm và trải nghiệm.
Cô An Vương, chủ sở hữu của 13 con dê vui vẻ - mỗi con có tên và tính cách riêng - sẽ cho bạn thấy làm thế nào để chúng ta có thể nuôi động vật mà không cần khai thác chúng cạn kiệt nhưng vẫn thu được sữa dê.
Trước tiên, bạn phải tìm trang trại, và điều này sẽ đơn giản hơn nhiều nếu bạn làm theo hướng dẫn đến trang trại dâu tây của cha mẹ cô An Vương (chỉ cần kiểm tra liên kết ở cuối bài viết này).
Khi đến nơi, bạn sẽ gặp đàn 15 con dê hạnh phúc ở mọi lứa tuổi - đàn ở một nơi không thể có một nơi nào tốt hơn trên trái đất này.
Từ 7-8 giờ sáng, những con dê trưởng thành được cô An Vương hoặc các thành viên trang trại (đã quen thân với những con dê) vắt sữa. Xem video quá trình về sữa phía dưới.
Từ khoảng 9 đến 10 giờ sáng, đàn dê đã sẵn sàng cho việc dạo quanh ngọn đồi gần đó để thưởng thức cỏ tươi hàng ngày. Sau đó, đàn trở lại khu vực chăn thả thông thường gần trang trại dâu tây, nơi có thể nếm một loại cỏ khác để thay đổi chế độ ăn uống.
Trang trại có thực hiện quá quy chuẩn đạo đức khi lấy sữa dê từ dê mẹ? Dê con có bị tách ra không?
Đừng lo lắng, chúng tôi sẽ trả lời tất cả các câu hỏi của bạn.
Thật ra, dê mẹ cho sữa đến 6 tháng sau khi sinh dê con. Tuy nhiên, dê con có thể ăn cỏ cứng cáp khi được 1,5 tháng tuổi. Vì vậy, chúng ta có thể sử dụng sữa của những tháng còn lại.
Ngoài ra, ở trang trại này, dê mẹ không bị ép buộc phải mang thai. Dê mẹ chỉ mang thai khi cảm thấy thích hợp. Không ai ép buộc thụ tinh nhân tạo hay làm bất cứ điều gì kỳ lạ.
Thông thường, dê mẹ muốn mang thai lần nữa sau 3 tuần, và theo An Vương "điều đó không tốt cho sức khỏe của chúng", vì vậy cô tách dê cha khỏi đàn để tránh mang thai thường xuyên.
Gates of Dawn Garden để cho mẹ dê thời gian thư giãn ít nhất 2 tháng. Trên thực tế, vườn giữ dê mẹ là "bà mẹ đơn thân" trong khoảng 3-4 tháng. Vì vậy, đôi khi, vườn không có sữa để bán. Ngoài ra, họ tách dê đực con (tất nhiên, chỉ sau 1,5 tháng) khỏi đàn để tránh việc chúng giao phối cận huyết.
Một sự thật thú vị khác trong trang trại dê này là một con dê cho từ 0,5 đến 2 lít sữa mỗi ngày, tùy thuộc vào độ tuổi của chúng. Chúng tôi đang nói về sản lượng sữa nhỏ, nghĩa là bạn nên đánh giá cao từng giọt sữa này. 🙂
Phần tốt nhất? Bạn có thể mua sữa trong chai thủy tinh tái sử dụng. Khi bạn trả lại chai, bạn sẽ được hoàn lại một khoản nhỏ. Không có nhựa liên quan ở đây! 🙂
Cuộc sống của đàn dê tại Gates of Dawn Garden. Xem video!
Để truy cập trang trại và mua sữa, hãy tìm liên kết Google Maps tại đây, địa chỉ này có cùng địa chỉ với Trang trại Dâu tây Nhật Bản (do cha mẹ của An Vương điều hành):
Tìm trang Facebook của Gates of Dawn Garden tại đây:
The Seed Garden (essential oils) ↓
Organic essential oils from farm to bottle
For many years, Lam Dong Province and Dalat City were known as the "city of flowers", "city of fog" to "city of greenhouses". Not only that, agricultural products are no longer trusted because of chemicals that have found their way into the food and even into the minds of the modern, conventional farmers. Therefore, The Seed Garden re-embraced the traditional farming approach, by applying contemporarily the knowledge of the future of clean agriculture.
The members of The Seed Garden are all passionate about the scent of plants. Therefore, our small garden hosts mostly fragrant herb plants. Stepping into the garden, feeling peaceful, you will be awakened to six senses when you lightly touch the fresh rose petals and feel the gentle scent of rosemary, the eye-catching colors of chrysanthemum pure and pure white, haughty lavender and beautiful pea flower frame, along with the sound of nature. The Seed Garden experience not only helps you relax, but also helps you understand how to grow clean and safe plants. If you come to the right occasion, you will be able to experience the harvest of roses, rosemary, mint ... to be then distilled as essential oils.
With enough knowledge and thinking accumulated, in 2017 we started to build a small natural garden in Lam Ha - Lam Dong for ourselves. A garden with seedlings of fresh green herbs such as rosemary, rose, mint, thyme, tea tree, wind, lavender ... to use for research purposes, making tea, essential oils, hydrosol with high quality and food safety. Why? To offer a natural product to our customers, to spread the mindset of clean agriculture and clean application and to grow a variety of vegetables for our family.
All the processes from seed preparation, tending to harvesting are directed towards safe, pure natural methods, without the use of synthetic pesticides. Although the garden area is small, the cultivation method is aiming to build an natural area with a variety of crops in terms of function and size so that they can mutually protect each other. We intercrop aromatic plants such as rosemary, peppermint, tea tree, wind cajuput into flowering plants such as rose, butterfly pea, jasmine & more which then helps with repelling insects.
We fertilize the garden plants with fertilizer from silkworms - a safe and nutritious source of organic nutrients collected from silkworm that are building cocoons.
Our pest control is made of secondary products from our essential oil production, such as neem oil, Melaleuca, tea tree, copper, trichoderma probiotics .... to prevent and treat plant diseases.
If you are interested in the scent of aromatic plants, visit our small garden. We invite you to enjoy flower tea from the garden, collect herbs, and have the opportunity to personally distill essential oils and also bring them home with a special price.
The Seed Garden also thanks Bees4life for connecting and bringing nature lovers closer together.
Find The Seed Garden with this Google Maps link:
Or call Mrs. Loan directly, she speaks excellent English, Phone: 0916078146)
Facebook Page of the Seed Garden:
Eco-friendly Shops & more
Quán Của Thời Thanh Xuân, soap bars and essential oils ↓
Eco-friendly soap bars and essential oil production employing people with hearing losses
Quán Của Thời Thanh Xuân... these are a lot of curious words for an English speaker. Since the name is essential to the particular story of this place, let's have little Vietnamese class first ;). Quán means "booth, kiosk or coffeeshop", Của means "of" and Thời Thanh Xuân means "youth" - together that makes something like the coffeeshop of the youth.
What might sound a little unusual at first, bears a very inspiring manifesto. The initial mission of the founders was to create an initiative that brings people together who want to do something meaningful in their youth, the time of life when we are full of energy and ideas.
So they established a place where young people come together to help the poor, sick, jobless, and disadvantaged people. With time, it became a place that also directly created jobs for disadvantaged people, more precisely, people with hearing losses.
In fact, today, people with hearing losses can get a job and be trained as baristas at the coffeeshop (see Google Link below) or as employees in the soap bar laboratory. There are also coffeeshops in other cities, such as in HCMC and Hoi An with the same concept, belonging to the same founders.
Store, coffeeshop, lab and also.... a farm!
Comprised in the concept is now also their own farm, where they grow mostly lemongrass (organically!). The lemongrass serves various purposes. First, it prevents erosion and preserves the land. Secondly, being a grass it is easy to grow and doesn't require any synthetic input in terms of pesticides or fertilizers. Thirdly, it serves to make essential oils and also natural fragrances for the soaps. Some fragrant herbs are purchased from other farms and processed into soap and essential oils at the lab of Quán Của Thời Thanh Xuân. You can visit the farm every day from 9 am to 2 pm, and there is even a coffeeshop on the farm to enjoy refreshing drinks.
We love their soap bars because they are not only free from unnecessary chemicals, but also very eco-friendly. They are packaged without plastic and you can use the soap to wash your hands and body, even wash your dishes and use the soap bars to produce your own liquid soap. After washing, you can even collect the soap wastewater, dilute it with more water and use it to water your plants in the garden.
Speaking of the soap bars, there is obviously a lot to say and learn. If you are interested, you can follow Quán Của Thời Thanh Xuân on Facebook, because they regularly organize workshops of soap making and essential oil production!
The triple bottom line: a social, environmental and economical success story
Quán Của Thời Thanh Xuân is ticking all the boxes. Not only do they fulfill a social mission by training and employing people with hearing losses, but they also tackle environmental mission with the production of eco-friendly products while being economically sustainable.
A place that you can easily feel good about and support with a full heart.
Find the Google Maps link here
Find the Facebook Page:
Black Cat Secondhand clothing for women, babies & men ↓
Secondhand clothing stores, 3 different stores in Dalat for women, men and babies
When we first walked randomly into the Black Cat store on Hai Ba Trung, we were surprised.
We felt like being in a normal store - the clothing seemed to be super clean, not smelly, and most importantly, well selected. We didn't have to sort through 100 items just to find that one piece that you actually try on. The opposite!
Indeed, we had never seed such a high-level second-hand store in Dalat before. So we asked the manager of Black Cat some questions and here we share the replies with you! =)
Why did you decide to sell secondhand clothing?
There are 3 reasons for me to sell secondhand clothing.
Firstly, like any other woman in this world, I love clothes. Yet, for me, no other fashion shops have more various designs available than a secondhand clothing shop! You can almost find "whatever you want" - unique and gorgeous items with an incredibly good price. I want to inspire people to focus on style, not price-tag. ^^.
Secondly, in the time of fast-fashion, the fashion industry is the second biggest industry after the petroleum industry to harm the environment. I can give a hand to reduce garbage by having my business selling reusable items.
Last but not least, I have a place to share my interest in dressing well. I believe that wearing beautiful clothes can change the way we behave in a certain way, more positively.
Is there anything else that is eco-friendly about your stores, besides the fact that you sell second-hand clothing?
Before we met the Eco Map team, we were offering our customers plastic bags to carry the products for their convenience (easy to buy, many sizes available, cheap); however, I am ready to change them into paper bags. These days, I am looking for a paper bag supplier for all our shops.
Isn't this response amazing? We love the instant reaction to our proposal to change! =)
We will keep you updated about the paper bag switch.
Till then, hope you enjoy shopping gorgeous secondhand clothing at Black Cat!
Find the Google Maps links of all shops here:
Find the Facebook Page:
Labata handcrafted notebooks, accessories, purses and bags ↓
Local handicraft, eco-friendly packaging, no plastic bags
Handcrafted notebooks, jewelry, accessories, natural soaps & more - the best place for your souvenirs made in Da Lat
When you arrive at the street number, remember to look up a little, the shop is not at the street level... there you see it.
Nestled next on the second floor, of the house on the famous Phan Dinh Phung Street (at the end of Truong Cong Dinh), you will spot a small shop with a very large window.
At first sight, it looks like a mysterious, little coffee shop. To go there you climb a few stairs. While you climb those stairs, you will be guided by the lovely logo of Labata shop, a red dragonfly.
Be prepared, you'll enter a parallel universe, once you go through the shop door of Labata Handmade...
The shop's décor will catapult you in something similar to Diagon Alley from Harry Potter (remember, that's where Harry bought his magic wand in the famous magic wand shop "Ollivander"). OK, let's get you settled.
If you are lucky, you will meet Thu, the owner, or her sister in person, who will spontaneously invite you for a cup of tea.
You learn that Labata (Made by hand - Made by heart) as the name and slogan of the store. Thus, each product from Labata such as notebooks, recycled sack handbags, and jewelry items has its own signature and uniqueness.
Each item is made with passionate dedication by a real craftswoman or craftsman!
The shop is small but the handmade products here are extremely diverse in types, colors as well as styles.
Sometimes people spend hours 'deep diving' to satisfy your hobby of crafts, from pretty notebooks bound entirely by hand to recycling bags, purses, shirts, unique jewelry, soap, essential oils, or typical souvenirs.
At Labata, you also easily find eco-friendly products with high quality to reuse many times so as to limit the use of plastic and one-time plastic for environmental protection.
Thu and Labata got famous all over Vietnam because of her homemade notebooks. She also offers bookbinding workshops, yes, she teaches you how to make your own notebook! The best part? If you miss the workshop you can request her to open a private workshop (at least 4 people).
Joining this Workshop, you would feel that this is not just a boring teaching and learning session but interspersed with interesting sharing with the shop owner that you will forget the time and making a notebook for yourself becomes much easier and more interesting.
After the workshop, you will really enjoy your artwork and be more satisfied with the time you have spent here.
Whoever you are, a long-time resident or a tourist who only visits Dalat city for a few days, this is the place you should visit, not only because of the products, but the people at Labata are friendly, fun, and kind.
What else is fantastic? Well, if you wish to give gifts to your loved ones, you can ask the owner to wrap your presents, she will to it free of charge.
Yet, everything will happen in an eco-friendly way. She will wrap the gift in old newspapers and arranges few dried flowers as decoration. Lovely and sustainable at the same time!
The recipient will be surprised and much happier by the rustic and warm from the gifts wrapped with so much love.
Whether you want to shop or not, you are always welcomed, Labata always has a place to sit and chat, tea & cake free of charge. All you need is to come and bring your smile. Labata will make your memory of Dalat special and unique.
Find the Google Maps link here:
Find the Facebook Page of Labata Handmade shop:
Litterless - zero waste refill shop (FOOD:) ) ↓
Refill shop for grains, nuts, teas & more, bring your own container to shop here
The aim of Litterless is to reduce the plastic packaging around bulk foods such as the following available options.
You can either go to the physical location at 34 Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, Dalat or order through the Facebook page, see links below.
Litterless product list:
1. Bột ca cao / UTZ Premium Cocoa Powder
2. Ca cao ngòi / UTZ Cacao Nibs
3. Bơ hạt điều nguyên chất / Homemade Cashew Butter
4. Bơ hạnh nhân nguyên chất / Homemade Almond Butter
ĐẬU - NGŨ CỐC / DRIED BEANS - GRAINS
1. Yến mạch cán dẹp (Australia) / Old Fashioned Oats
2. Yến mạch cán vỡ (Australia) / Quick Cooking Oát
3. Đậu gà (Argentina) / Chickpeas
4. Đậu lăng xanh (Canada) / Green Lentils
5. Đậu lăng nâu (India) / Brown Lentils
6. Đậu lăng đỏ tách đôi (Canada) / Split Red Lentils
7. Đậu Hà Lan (USA) /Dried Peas
8. Diêm mạch trắng (Peru) / White Quinoa
9. Diêm mạch đỏ (Peru) / Red Quinoa
HẠT / NUTS - SEEDS
1. Hạt Chia hữu cơ (Absolute Organic) / Organic Chia Seeds
2. Quả óc chó (Chandler) / Walnuts
3. Nhân óc chó (Chandler) / Walnuts (Shelled)
4. Nhân hướng dương sống (Ukraine) / Raw Sunflower Seeds (Shelled)
5. Hạnh nhân sống (Gizzly) / Raw Almonds
6. Hạnh nhân rang / Roasted Almonds
7. Mắc ca sấy nứt Lâm Đồng (size 23+) / Macadamia Nuts
8. Điều bể sống / Raw Cashew Bits (Large)
9. Điều vỏ lụa rang muối / Roasted Cashew with skin (Salted)
10. Hạt Sachi sấy / Inca Nuts:
1. Việt Quất (USA) / Blueberries:
2. Nam Việt Quất (USA) / Cranberries:
3. Mơ (Turkey) / Apricots:
4. Nho vàng (Iran) / Golden Raisins:
5. Kỷ tử hữu cơ / Organic Goji Berry:
TRÀ / TEAS
1. Bột trà xanh hữu cơ / Premium Organic Haru Matcha:
2. Hoa hòe / Sophora Flower Bud:
3. Cúc trắng / White Chrysanthemum:
4. Cúc chi / Yellow Chrysanthemum:
5. Hoa nhài / Jasmine:
6. Bạch trà Shan tuyết / Organic White Tea:
7. Hồng trà Shan tuyết / Organic Black Tea:
8. Lục trà Shan tuyết / Organic Green Tea:
Monom Adventures, Camping, Trekking Tours ↓
Eco-friendly trekking tours and K'Ho culture trips
Trekking, camping, Koho Culture
Mr. Mull K Vang
Phone number +840969214071
BiBi Beauty Handmade Cosmetics ↓
Natural, handmade cosmetics in reusable jars
The founder of BiBi Beauty, Ms. Thuy, is originally from the North of Vietnam and we are lucky that she settled here in Dalat to open her cosmetics manufacturing lab. She has been inspired by the power of herbs to create beauty products that actually fulfill their purpose, unlike many beauty products on the market nowadays.
By combining safe, plant-based ingredients such as oils, wax, herbal extracts, organic preservatives, BiBi not only makes safe products for your skin, but also for your overall health.
BiBi always tries to reduce the impact of pollution on Earth by using glass packaging, reusing cardboard boxes and packaging material for shipping, and giving the customer the possibility to return their cosmetic glass jars, when empty.
BiBi says NO to:
All products are 100% handmade and Thuy produces them in small batches only. Why? To ensure product quality, as well as product freshness to you as a customer. 🙂
Big thumbs up for this Dalat-based business!
You can see the full range of products on the Facebook Page of BiBi Beauty and order by sending a message.
Đồ Si Đà Lạt Sỉ Lẻ secondhand clothing, bags & backpacks ↓
Secondhand store for women's clothing
Go for it, it is a very well sorted, nice shop with precious findings. Looks like made by ladies for ladies. <3
Careful, currently the Google Maps link is not correct when you search with the shop name on Google.
Please go to La Viet Coffee, face the entrance and then walk to your left continuing on the same side of the road as La Viet Coffee. After a few houses, you will see the very big frontside and the entrance of Do Si Da Lat Si Le Shop.
We also checked and put you here the approximate location in Google Maps:
If you wonder why Bees4life created an eco map read more here and find out why eco maps are bee-friendly too!
Step by step 🙂 we are working every day on the Dalat Eco Map to tell you the inspiring stories of more eco-friendly businesses. Stay tuned!