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Da Nang is a beautiful city near beach landing in the Central of Vietnam. It owns many stunning highlights that we will introduce to you in this Da Nang city tour one day. First, you will see spectacular sites such as Son Tra Peninsula, Marble Mountains, Cham Museum to learn more about culture and history. And then, you also have a chance to see the daily life of locals by visiting Han Market. With one day, you can visit famous places of Da Nang city and get a closer to the coastal city.
8.00: Pick you up at your hotel in Da Nang city for starting to discover the city.
9:00: Visit Marble Mountains and Linh Ung pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula then continue transferring to Cham Museum.
12.00: Have lunch at a local Da Nang restaurant.
13.00: Visit Da Nang Dragon Bridge – one of the most beautiful bridges in Da Nang.
14.00: Visit Han Market for shopping and watching the local people’s daily life.
15.00 - 16.00: Get the bus to come back to your departure point. Drop you off at your hotel.
Begin your day with pickup from your hotel in Da Nang City center and move to Marble Mountains, which is located in Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, about 7km from the centre of Da Nang City in the southeast.
Arrive at The Marble Mountains, also referred to as Ngu Hanh Son or Mountains of the Five Elements, consist of five marble mountains. Stone steps carved into the mountain lead to the Tam Thai Pagoda where Phat Di Lac is worshipped. At the back of the pagoda is Huyen Khong Cave. In the past, the pagoda paid tribute to Hindu and Buddhist gods and is now dedicated to Cham deities. Huyen Khong Cave was the base for Vietnamese revolutionaries during wartime.
The next stop on our Da Nang tour is Son Tra Peninsula with famous Goddess of Mercy Status and continue transferring to Cham Museum. Son Tra Quan Am (Son Tra Goddess of Mercy) is the in-official symbol of Danang city. Unveiled from July 2010 at Linh Ung – Bai But Pagoda, Quan Am statue and Linh Ung pagoda is now known as one of the most significant pilgrimage destinations for Buddhists in Vietnam. Situated in a quiet area of Da Nang City, Cham Museum was built in 1915 according to the motifs of ancient Cham Architecture. The Cham Museum was built in Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle. The museum displays an intensive and diverse collection of Champa sculpture dating from the 7th to the 15th centuries, when a matriarchal society prevailed.
Time for having lunch at a local Da Nang restaurant.
In the afternoon, we going to visit Da Nang Dragon Bridge – one of the most beautiful bridges in Da Nang. Fire and Water Breathing The dragon on the bridge can breathe fire in 2 minutes with 3 minutes of water breathing after, making it an incredible highlight in Danang City. The water is sprayed out in a powerful blast reflecting the aspiration of Danang City.
The last stop in our itinerary is Han Market which we will go shopping and watch he local people’s daily life. Han Market where you can find hundreds of stalls selling an array of local produce, handicrafts, T-shirts, and accessories. It seems a miniature version of Ben Thanh Market central market in Ho Chi Minh City, and even if you aren’t necessarily looking to buy anything it still offers a fascinating glimpse into local life in Da Nang.
Our tour ends. we head back to your hotel. Our guide will say goodbye and see you again!
28.00 (per person)