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Danang City Tour (half-day)

Danang City Tour (half-day)



The first destination we will go to is Cham museum which is very famous for its big collection of artifacts. We will contemplate 300 pieces on display including altars, lingas, garudas, apsaras, Ganeshas and images of Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu – all dating from the 5th to 15th centuries. This is also said to be a “time travel” which brings you back to the past.

Located next to Cham museum, “Dragon Bridge” is also a must-see place in Danang. Built in the shape of a dragon, the bridge will throw you into a big surprise. “Dragon Bridge” is a perfect combination of art and life. The characteristic that you will easily recognize is the model of a steel dragon flying over the river and heading to the sea. It is said to be the unique design which never has another replica in the world.
Speaking of bridges, we should never miss the second symbol of Danang – The Rotation Bridge. Before “Dragon Bridge” was completed, Han Rotation Bridge had once been considered as the pride of Danang people. Walking on the Bridge, you will have our tour guides introduce about the history and describe its beauty.

Han market – the biggest market in the city is our last destination. Taking a one -kilometre walk to Han Market, you will have a chance to interact with the local people, have them talk about their own city and find out why a traditional market still exist in a fast growing city. “Han Market” is also an ideal place to buy things and enjoy local foods. Before ending the tour, we recommend that you should have some photos with the local shopkeepers and street vendors.

This will recall your memories of Vietnam when you get back to your country.

Departure time :  8:00 a.m or 14:00
Estimated finish time:  12:00 or 16:00
Inclusion :  Free Tour Guide
Exclusion : - Transportation – Entrance fee – Meals -Personal expenses such as : shopping, telephone, beverage.
Note : We recommend you to go by car or taxi. In addition, If you want to gain a new experience of Vietnamese daily life, you can choose motorcycle, but this is not recommended due to its unsafety.