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  • Tam Thanh: Mural Village Tour from Da Nang

    1. Tam Thanh: Mural Village Tour from Da Nang

    After being collected from your accommodation in Da Nang, you will head to Tam Ky city across the Cua Dai bridge. With a length of approximately 1400 metres, Cua Dai bridge is an important construction to carry the banner for the future development of the district. Along this road, you have chance to discover dazzling, remote, largely unpopulated beaches, punctuated with occasional fishing communities. You will also encounter mile after mile of scenic rural farms and villages. Continue to visit the 32-kilometre Ky Anh Guerrilla Warfare Tunnel Complex, which is now being made into a tourist destination by the central province of Quang Nam. You will have 30-45 minute stop to visit the Vietnamese Heroic Mother Statue. The statue resembles "Heroic Mother" Nguyen Thi Thu, who was from the Dien Thang Commune, Dien Ban District, and whose 11 children and grandchildren all died in Vietnam's fi...

    The tunnels were so interesting and definitely under utilised. The display at the Heroic Mother was great

  • Da Nang: Cham Sculpture Museum, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    2. Da Nang: Cham Sculpture Museum, Marble Mountains & Hoi An

    After pickup from the port, the driver will take you to the Cham Sculpture Museum, dedicated to the period of the Champa. The museum displays almost 300 terracotta and stone works of art ranging from the 7th to the 15th century. Continue to the Marble Mountains. Climb the stone steps carved into the mountain that lead to a Buddhist Pagoda and a beautiful panoramic view. Next, you will go to Am Phu Cave where there's a replica of heaven and hell, and an eerie underground tunnel where you can hear bats hanging in the cave. You will then visit the Linh Ung Pagoda, built under the reign of King Minh Mang in the Nguyen Dynasty. Stop to have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you will discover the city of Hoi An on foot. The historic town, which used to be a prosperous seaport village from the 16th to 18th century, has a beautifully preserved old town that cannot be missed while ...

  • Da Nang: Small-Group My Son Sanctuary & Marble Mountain Tour

    3. Da Nang: Small-Group My Son Sanctuary & Marble Mountain Tour

    Be taken on an action-packed day tour to My Son Sanctuary and the Marble Mountain, two of the most popular attractions in Central Vietnam. The first stop will be to the My Son Sanctuary, a unique collection of temples which were built by the Cham people in the 4th century. Following that is a trip to the majestic Marble Mountains that loom for miles around. After admiring the view, travel to the sizable Am Phu Cave with its lofty vantage point. You will then discover dimly-lit cave temples, admiring colorful pagodas and gazing out over the Vietnamese countryside. The mountains themselves are made from limestone and marble (hence their name), of which the locals use to carve impressive statues and shrines. Before the day is done, there will be a visit to the Linh Ung Pagoda.

    The tour takes to meet two of the most fascinating places in the city. My Son sanctuary with all of the history of the place back on previous centuries and the Marble Mountains with their pagodas, caves and amazing views. My tour guide was Nhung who was a great guide, she was always sharing details and comments on the places that we were visiting and make sure I was comfortable and enjoying the trip. It was a great tour!

  • Da Nang - Half-Day Museums and Bridges Tour

    4. Da Nang - Half-Day Museums and Bridges Tour

    Da Nang is not only famous for its beautiful sandy beaches, but also for its bridges and museums. Choose from a shared or private experience and start your day with hotel pickup to visit Ho Chi Minh Museum. It features a replica of President Ho’s home in Hanoi with a fishpond, a house on stilts, its garden and other relics. It's all very genuine and feels as though 'Uncle Ho' is still there. Next is the Museum of the Fifth Military Zone, which has a lot of large war equipment including aircraft and tanks that were captured in the French and American wars by the soldiers of the Fifth Military Division. Leaving these museums, continue to the Cham Museum. With their roots dating back as far as 192 AD, Vietnam's indigenous Cham people lived an Indian way of life in both culture and language. The Cham Museum in Da Nang is dedicated to this period and the Champa existence which began predomin...

  • Da Nang Discovery Tour

    5. Da Nang Discovery Tour

    Visit the Ho Chi Minh and Fifth Military Zone Museum on a private or shared full-day tour of Da Nang. See a replica of President Ho’s Hanoi home, with a house on stilts, pond, and garden. Continue to the Da Nang Museum of local history and culture. At the Cham Sculpture Museum, you’ll find over 300 terracotta and stone works of art from the seventh to fifteenth centuries. Break for lunch before heading to Marble Mountain to see natural caves and take in views from the top. Visit a variety of pagodas and the sculpture village. Next is Son Tra Peninsula and the Goddess of Mercy statue. Marvel at the sheer size and beauty of the Lady Buddha and hear the legend behind the patron saint of seamen.

    Very interesting tour with an excellent guide covering major attractions in Da Nang.

  • Da Nang: Small Group Half-Day City Sightseeing Tour

    6. Da Nang: Small Group Half-Day City Sightseeing Tour

    The tour begins with pickup from your accommodation in Da Nang or Hoi An then heads towards the Marble Mountains. Arrive at the mountains and marvel at this impressive collection of limestone outcrops that dominate the city’s skyline. Next, visit the Linh Ung Pagoda and soak up the serene atmosphere of this ocean-side temple while learning about its history and significance. Continue the tour to the popular Cham Museum, boasting an incredible array of statues and artifacts relating to the Ancient Cham people. After a busy day of exploring Da Nang’s sights and learning about its culture, enjoy some free time to relax on My Khe beach.

  • From Da Nang: Private Tour to Hoi An and Marble Mountains

    7. From Da Nang: Private Tour to Hoi An and Marble Mountains

    Explore beyond the borders of Da Nang, with this private day trip by visiting the fascinating Marble Mountains and Hoi An’s Ancient Town for the most beautiful spots. Start the journey with a pickup at your accommodation in Da Nang and head to Non Nuoc Village. Also known as Non Nuoc Fine Arts Village, it is set at the foot of the Marble Mountains and features hundreds of artisans showcasing their work. Find stone and marble statues as well as household items, utensils, and jewelry. After browsing through the many sculptures at the foot of the mountain, take a short lift up the Marble Mountains. One of central Vietnam’s famous landmarks, the Marble Mountains are a cluster of five limestone cliffs named after the elements of the Earth. But don’t be deceived by its imposing facade. The mountains themselves have many caves, tunnels, and shrines to visit and explore. On this tour, pass by ...

  • Da Nang: Full-Day Private Customized Tour

    8. Da Nang: Full-Day Private Customized Tour

    Create your very own full-day itinerary according to the attractions and places in or around Da Nang that you would like to visit. You'll be picked up from your hotel in Da Nang by your English-speaking guide and travel in comfort in an air-conditioned vehicle. Choose from some of the most popular sites listed below to start your itinerary or suggest something new.  Marble Mountains: This cluster of five limestone cliffs located south of Da Nang are named after the five elements. Marvel at these mystical caves with built-in pagodas and admire the sweeping views of the city and sea from viewpoints. Linh Ung Pagoda (Lady Buddha): With 17 floors – each dedicated to the ‘she’ Buddha – and standing at 67 meters high, Linh Ung is the tallest Buddhist statue in Vietnam. Explore the surrounding tranquil grounds with an impressive display of life-sized statues, and snap a few photos by the gran...

  • From Hoi An: Son Tra Peninsula & Da Nang Jeep Tour

    9. From Hoi An: Son Tra Peninsula & Da Nang Jeep Tour

    At 8:00 AM your guide and jeep will meet you at your hotel. Drive to Hoi An city area and indulge in the rich cultural and scenic diversity of this beautiful region. The backroad route takes you away from highway traffic and into the lunch countryside of Quang Nam province. Enjoy the contrasting scenes as you go: from ancient customs and traditions to modern skyscrapers and bridges. Next, you will be heading to Son Tra Peninsula, where you can experience the lush tropical vistas of the peninsula rising 642 meters above the coastline. On the way back, there’s enough time to pay a visit to Linh Ung pagoda, a very significant cultural site surrounded by stunning coastal views. In the afternoon, you will explore Danang city life mostly on foot. First, you will visit the iconic Cham Museum the world’s largest collection of Cham sculptures and art-work since 1915. Next will be the Hai Chau c...

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What people are saying about Da Nang

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The tour takes to meet two of the most fascinating places in the city. My Son sanctuary with all of the history of the place back on previous centuries and the Marble Mountains with their pagodas, caves and amazing views. My tour guide was Nhung who was a great guide, she was always sharing details and comments on the places that we were visiting and make sure I was comfortable and enjoying the trip. It was a great tour!

I took it to a tourist spot efficiently, so I enjoyed it. It was good that the tourist information was also polite! Since it was a friendly guide, it was fun to go around together.

Our guide was very helpful and constantly gave information throughout the trip, it was well organised and spent plenty of time in each place

The tunnels were so interesting and definitely under utilised. The display at the Heroic Mother was great

Very good organisation and lot of information about history.