Third largest city in Vietnam and main entry point of the central region, Danang has been developing so fast in the past few years, becoming a thrilling mix of modernity and traditions. This tour reveals the fascinating history and spectacular beauty of this town. From the ancient Han Market to the Linh Ung Pagoda, from the Cham Museum to Marble Mountain offering breathtaking views discover the wonders of this exciting city. Danang Locals offer Danang City Tour by Limousine Dcar for luxury traveler.
Danang Locals offers the Danang City Tour by Limousine Dcar. Don’t be afraid of anything let’s exploring Danang City with Danang Private Limousine Dcar the best way.
In the morning, Danang Locals‘s driver pick you up at hotel lobby, depart to visit Marble Mountains -A five mountains complex with old pagoda and grottoes inside. This place is a good chance for you to learn about Vietnam Buddhism and enjoy the beautiful Danang Beach from the summit of the landscape.
The next tourist attraction is Lady Buddha Statue Pagoda on Son Tra Peninsula. This is a famous sacred pagoda with the highest Lady Buddha Statue in Vietnam (69 meters).
Continue, we will transfer back to Da Nang City center to visit Cham Museum – where displayed the exhibitions of Cham people. The Cham museum in Danang has incomparably the best collection anywhere of Cham materials, mostly sculptures. On the way, we will visit Dragon Bridge. This is a new symbol of Da Nang City.
The last tourist attraction is Han Market. You will have a chance to explore local people’s life and buy some souvenirs or specialties of Da Nang. Transfer back to your hotel, settle to our driver. End of service!
Trip brief: Marble Mountains – Cham Museum – Linh Ung Pagoda – Dragon Bridge – Han Market.
Inclusions: Luxury Limousine Dcar, driver, mineral water, road tolls, parking fees, petrol.
Exclusions: Entrance fees, food & beverages, personal expenses, tips for driver.
Lunch: our driver will suggest you the restaurant for lunch as your favorite.
Entrance fee: Marble Mountain: 15,000vnd/pax; Cham Museum: 40,000vnd/pax.