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|Easy access: An elevator provides a quick ride to a vantage point on the Ngu Hanh Son Mountain in Da Nang.|
The Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village, at the foot of the Marble Mountain, is worth visiting. More than 400 years old, the village affords a closer look at the well-crafted sculptures made by local artisans, incorporating both traditional and modern motifs. The Museum of Cham Sculpture has the largest collection of Cham artifacts in the world, with hundreds of terracotta and stone works made between the 7th and 15th centuries.
The Da Nang - Hue Tour includes the scenic Lang Co fishing village and several impressive monuments like the Hue Imperial Citadel, Thien Mu Pagoda and Tu Duc Tomb. The peaceful traditional conical hat village and the spectacular landscape along the way from Da Nang City to Hue City are added attractions.
|Royal past: The Hue Imperial Citadel is a window to an important period in Viet Nam’s history.|
The Da Nang – Ngu Hanh Son – Hoi An Tour starts with Ngu Hanh Son, a cluster of five marble and limestone hills and proceeds to the ancient Hoi An Town which has the iconic Japan Bridge and many well preserved, hundred-year-old houses. An awesome culinary and shopping experience also await visitors here.
|Enchanting: Hoi An City is quiet and romantic at night.|
The Ba Na Hill Tour rewards visitors with panoramic views of Da Nang City. A cable car line, 5.7 kilometres long and 1.4 kilometres high, takes you to a French wine cellar, a Carnival festival and other cultural entertainments. The cool breeze on Ba Na peak is a balm for fatigued muscles and spirits.
|Vast vistas: Getting to the top of Ba Na hill in a cable car is a journey with unparalleled views.|
The Than Tai Mount Hot Springs Tour offers the rare opportunity to soak in the goodness of outdoor and indoor hot springs, cleansing mud, herbal and tea baths and sauna services, not to mention dips in crystal clear mineral streams and natural lakes.
A Boat Trip on the Han River in Da Nang City offers visitors a chance to see the city by night, and an up close encounter with the symbolic bridges that span it, including the Han River Bridge, which swings on its axis to allow shipping traffic to pass along the river at midnight. The Tran Thi Ly bridge, which forms the shape of sails filled with winds, symboblising the city’s future aspirations, the Dragon Bridge, another symbol of the spirit and aspirations of Vietnamese citizens in general and Da Nang residents in particular are sights to behold.
|Aglow: The Dragon Bridge at night.|
The Traditional Villages Tour is a perfect getaway from urban madness. The idyllic rural landscape of Viet Nam, the traditional crafts of carpentry (in Kim Bong village), pottery (Thanh Ha), and cultivation of herbs (Tra Que), which have been well preserved for hundreds of years, will be a relaxing, enriching experience.