Best time to visit Central Highland
At the elevation from 500 to 1500 meters above sea-level and with the annual average temperature from 40C to 80C lower than that in the plains, The Central Highlands makes itself good reputation for its mild climate. Located in the belt of the tropical monsoonal climate of the south of Asia, The Central Highlands has the two distinctive seasons: the rainy season from May to October, the dry from November to April next year.
By Air: The region has three main airports - Dalat, Buon Ma Thuot and Pleiku. You can reach them all from HCMC or Danang with daily departure.
By train: There are no trains servicing this region.
By road: you can access Dalat via Highway 20 from HCMC. Highway 14 is the main north-south route, passing through Buon Ma Thuot, Pleiku and Kontum. Pleiku is connected to the coast by Highway 19, which hits Highway 1A near Quy Nhon. Similarly, Buon Ma Thuot can be reached from Ninh Hoa, just north of Nha Trang, by Highway 26. There are frequent buses on all of these routes, but only Dalat is served by open-tour buses to Sai Gon, Nha Trang and Mui Ne.