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Da Nang: Full-Day Private Customized Tour

1. 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 grand entrance.  Museum of Cham Sculpture: The Cham dynasty heavily influenced southern and central Vietnam, ruling over the area for several millennia. Though small, this museum holds the largest collection of Cham artifacts in the world. With over 300 pieces that date as far back as the 5th century, walk through the different exhibits taking in the many sandstone sculptures with their Hindu-influenced styles. Con Market/Han Market: Try tasty Vietnamese food from a selection of over 2000 stalls selling a wide choice of food. If souvenirs are preferred, the Han Market is known for vendors who sell everything from dried fruit to local knick-knacks. Dragon Bridge: Spanning approximately 200 meters end to end, and named aptly because it is shaped in the form of a dragon, this impressive bridge is a sight to behold. Visit during weekend nights and possibly catch the dragon spewing plumes of fire and water from its head.  My Khe Beach: This scenic beach with a never-ending shoreline is perfect to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Walk along the sandy shores, take a dip in the sea, grab local snacks at a nearby kiosk, or simply relax on the beach.

Da Nang: City, Scenery, and Attractions Tour by Jeep

2. Da Nang: City, Scenery, and Attractions Tour by Jeep

This private or shared tour starts with morning pickup from your accommodation by jeep followed by a drive along the coastline to the stunning Marble Mountains. Ride the elevator to the top and explore the caves and temples built right into the mountain. Take in the spectacular views of the city and vast beaches along the coastline of Da Nang.   Continue along to the coast towards Monkey Mountain where the road climbs to Linh Ung Pagoda — one of the most significant destinations for Buddhists in Vietnam. From here, gaze at the mesmerizing Lady Buddha standing tall 2,300 feet above sea level.    Next up is the Monkey Mountain Heliport Vestige, built in 1965 by the US army as a strategic site for accessing their mountain bases. Journey onward to the viewing tower for panoramic views of the Son Tra Peninsula and the surrounding lush green forests. Also nearby is an army radar station where you can take in wonderful ocean views stretching as far as the eye can see. The tour continues after a break for lunch when you cruise along the coastline on the Hai Van Pass. You will see bunkers remaining from the war and also have time to explore the area before taking a final drive back to your accommodation.

Da Nang Port: Ba Na Hills, Golden Bridge & Marble Mountains

3. Da Nang Port: Ba Na Hills, Golden Bridge & Marble Mountains

After picking you up from the port, the driver will take you to Ba Na Hills, where you can experience all four seasons in a single day. You will have the chance to visit the famous Golden Bridge, a 150-meter long pedestrian bridge with two giant stone hands supporting the structure. Admire the incredible views of the surrounding mountains and out to the sea on the horizon, if it is clear enough.  Take the train to enjoy the views of the beautifully landscaped gardens while traveling comfortably and smoothly. Then stop to have a buffet lunch. Next, you will continue the journey by discovering the Tinh Tam Garden, Nghinh Phong Peak, and Vong Nguyet Hill, offering panoramic views over all the surrounding hills.  Leaving Ba Na Hills, your next destination is the Marble Mountains. Taking the stone steps carved into the mountain will lead you to a Buddhist Pagoda, and a beautiful viewpoint from the top of the mountain. Finally, enter Am Phu Cave where there's a replica of heaven and hell, and an eerie underground tunnel where you can hear bats in the cave. You will then head back to Da Nang Port.

Hoi An Ancient Town Walking Tour

4. Hoi An Ancient Town Walking Tour

Following pickup from your hotel in Da Nang or Hoi An city center, head to the historic heart to see the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of Hoi An Ancient Town. Admire different architectural styles and soak up the atmosphere as you stroll among ancient houses that combine elements of Vietnam, China, and Japan. Get a glimpse back through history to a more subdued and simple time. Look inside the impressive Hoi An Museum, see remarkable assembly halls of Chinese influence, and visit a handicraft workshop and the beautiful Japanese Covered Bridge. Available as a shared or private tour.

Da Nang Market Tour, Farming and Cooking Class

5. Da Nang Market Tour, Farming and Cooking Class

Vietnam is famous for its rich cuisine. Each region has its own specific character and taste. The food, however, generally has a variety of vegetables, soups, and delicious sauces. Especially Pho has shown its important position in Vietnamese cuisine. The dish is the harmonious combination of noodles in broth cooked elaborately with spices and many different herbs added. You will have the chance to make some other dishes such as Vietnamese steamed rice rolls, crispy spring rolls, and fresh salad.  Following pick up from your hotel, visit a morning market in Da Nang and marvel at the seasonal fruits, noodles, herbs, vegetables, meat and fish on display. Interact with the vendors and get some tips on how to bargain and learn about the ingredients needed for cooking classes Visit a vegetable village where you will feel the green with a distinct aroma of local varieties of vegetables. Undertake a farming experience at the organic garden with farmers, learning about different types of vegetables and herbs, methods of cultivation, fertilizers, irrigation here. Drive along the scenic Han River back to the cooking class. The chef will guide you in making the famous traditional Vietnamese dishes also share valuable information about Vietnamese culinary culture. Learn how to cook Vietnamese food, such as Pho the beef noodle, Vietnamese steamed rice rolls, crispy spring rolls, and fresh papaya salad. Dessert is fresh seasonal fruit. You get to prepare your own lunch or dinner.

Da Nang: Private Tour to Ba Na Hills and Golden Bridge

6. Da Nang: Private Tour to Ba Na Hills and Golden Bridge

Join this private tour where you will get picked up from Da Nang and head to the Ba Na Hills. Take the cable car up into the mountains, traveling smoothly and comfortably as you enjoy the beautiful views of the landscape.  Get the chance to visit the famous Golden Bridge, which is a 150-metre long pedestrian bridge with two giant stone hands supporting the structure. It is designed to connect the cable car station with the gardens and to provide a scenic viewpoint over the mountains below.  You will also visit Bana-Linh Ung pagoda with its exquisite architectural design. It was built in 2004 and is symbolized by a 30-meter high Buddha statue that is exposed to the elements. Continue your trip by discovering the Tinh Tam garden, Nghinh Phong peak and Vong Nguyet hill. Then take the cable car back down to the bottom and be transferred back to your hotel.

Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary Open Tour from Da Nang

7. Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary Open Tour from Da Nang

You will be picked up and transferred to Hoi An City before reaching Mỹ Sơn, seated in a wide valley between two mountain ranges. Mỹ Sơn was the site of many Champa temples, used for religious ceremonies by the king of the Champa dynasty. It is also believed to be a burial site of Champa royalty. The Mỹ Sơn temple complex is one of the foremost examples of Hinduism in south-east Asia and is one of the most important heritage sites in Vietnam. Though the complex has been ravaged by time and war, you can still see many majestic ancient ruins of the temples here. After the tour, you have the option of taking a walk in the ancient town of Hoi An before making your way back to Da Nang.

Hoi An to Hue: Private Sightseeing Drive & My Son Sanctuary

8. Hoi An to Hue: Private Sightseeing Drive & My Son Sanctuary

Take a drive from Hoi An to Hue by private car, stopping at scenic views and important landmarks along the way on an 8- to 9-hour excursion.   After pickup from your hotel in the Hoi An city center, start your trip with the highlight: a visit to My Son Sanctuary, a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 14th centuries. Even partially ravaged by time and war, these gorgeous ruins are still worth a trip.   Next, stop at the Marble Mountains, famous for their image of rocky peaks rising above homes and resorts. Here, you’ll learn about Buddhism and see religious architecture that exists in harmony with nature. Continue on to Hai Van Pass, where there are vestiges of an ancient fortified gateway. At the peak is a rest station where you can take a break and enjoy a coffee. Just 60 kilometers from Hue, you’ll stop at the serene fishing township of Lang Co, whose beach was recognized in 2009 as one of the 30 most beautiful bays in the world. Sample some local seafood before continuing on to Lap An Lagoon, surrounded by Bach Ma Mountain Range, an incredibly popular tourist destination.   Your last stop will be Hue Fishing Village, located on a bio-diverse lagoon full of rare and valuable marine products. Locals here survive by catching fish and shrimp and selling them to local markets.   Finally, you’ll be dropped off at your hotel in Hue.

4-Hour Holy Land of Champa Kingdom Tour

9. 4-Hour Holy Land of Champa Kingdom Tour

My Son Holy Land was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Many parts of the sanctuary have been ruined by both time and war, but it is still worth witnessing the amazing religious structures and getting to understand the unique Cham culture. Traverse the road to My Son in a restored army Jeep through the countryside with breathtaking views. After pick-up from your hotel in Danang or Hoian, the Jeep will take you to My Son Holy Land with several stops to have a closer look at local life and take photographs. Upon arrival, have a brief introduction about the history, culture and Indian Hindu influence on the Champa Kingdom, then take a walk to visit the remains of the carefully-crafted red brick temples with monuments and epitaphs, which are considered unique and without equal in South East Asia. After exploring, return to your jeep for a comfortable transfer back to your hotel. 

Da Nang: Street Food Motorbike Tour

10. Da Nang: Street Food Motorbike Tour

Starting in the afternoon at 4:00 PM, be picked up by tour guides who will show you best places to eat in Da Nang. Each guest will have a personal guide, who you will join on a motorbike to experience the city of Da Nang in a unique way. You will not go hungry as you visit five different places during the four hour tour, trying more than 8 different types of food. Enjoy a variety of foods such as local sandwiches, sweet snacks, rice cakes, a seafood main course, desserts and local coffee. Learn about the local culinary traditions from your local guides. You will also have the chance to take on a “Vietnam Food Challenge” before finishing the tour at 8:00 PM.

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What people are saying about Da Nang

A wonderful, fun and super-tasty day! Visiting the market together was fun and colorful, but even lovelier was our stop at a community farm. The cooking class itself was amazing! Detailed, hands-on, organized and informative. And the recipes were exceptionally tasty. The transportation was also very comfortable and the kitchen is located in a brand new house in an up and coming neighborhood. Had a great day!

It was a lot of fun buying our ingredients from the market and making delicious meals with them. We also got welcoming drinks at the start and end of class which were excellent. They were very patient with us teaching us steps of how to make each dish.

Excellent !

The kitchen is incredibly clean & modern, and the host gave me a lot of details& explanations. I loved it. I recommend if you want to get more insight into Vietnamese cuisine.

Cool experience at the market and great hospitality and kindness from the staff. Highly recommended

Very nice trip with a a very serviceminded driver Mr. Kin.