A Chance Upon Visit To An Abandoned World Heritage and hectic lively beautiful city in Central Viet Nam
Take a closer look at the history and nature of Da Nang. Come across sights like Linh Ung Pagoda, Marble Mountains, dragon bridge, . . . Then pay a visit to the capital and religious centre of the former Champa Kingdom. It is a world heritage site with unparalleled architectural and cultural heritage to offer.
- Depart from your hotel to My Son sanctuary which was once an imperial city during the Champa dynasty, between the 4th and the 8th centuries.
- Explore the ruined towers of Cham people and learn about of architecture of Cham civilization. Spend time to see the large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 65 architectural works. In 1999, UNESCO labeled the Cham architecture in My Son as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
- Enjoy a music performance by the traditional Apsara dancing of Cham girls.
- Have lunch at a restaurant or food stall to savor delicious local Vietnamese cuisine.
- Departing to visit Marble Mountain to discover ancient pagodas from the 17th century and mysterious natural caves, especially, Huyen Khong cave. One can also dive in famous local marble sculpture villages where people produce stone sculptures statues
- After that, take a trip to Linh Ung pagoda, which is considered as the highest in Viet Nam with significant Lady Buddha Statue
- Back to hotel
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
- Car or van with air-con.
- Scooter is available for those who like the experience.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 USD - lunch, extra drinks, souvenirs, ...
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I am not a driver. I will arrange for you a separate car with aircon and driver.
Thank you very much. Cam on!
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This was a nice tour. Quan was knowledgable and friendly. We recommend 'Q' as a guide for anyone interested in history and culture of Da Nang area. Thank you Quan for a pleasant experience.