Danang – The raising dragon
- Stroll around Danang – a rocket developing city in Central Vietnam and stop at its most popular attractions.
- Climb up the Marble Mountain to explore a temple hidden inside the mountain, and observe the view of Danang from above.
Start with a visit to the Dragon Bridge- Danang's fiery new success symbol then head to Cao Dai Temple which was built in 1956 and is Vietnam’s second most important Cao Dai temple after the one in Tay Ninh. Located in a quiet neighbourhood of Danang city, the temple is a serene and peaceful place, dominated inside by the all-seeing eye of the Supreme Being and paintings of Cao Dai’s principal saints, Lao-tzu, Confucius, Jesus Christ and Buddha. Next, make a stop at the informative Cham Museum which houses the best collection of Champa Kingdom ruins in Asia. The artifacts here date from the 2nd to 15th centuries. Finally, head a few miles south to the Marble Mountains - a cluster of 5 marble and limestone mountains which rise dramatically from the flat land along the coast of the Eastern Sea. The mountains contain numerous caves and tunnels and it is possible to reach one of the summits. Heading back to your hotel.
- Availability: Morning or Afternoon
- Suggested time: 08:30 or 13:30
- Duration: 3.5 hours
- Private transfer
- English speaking guide
- Entrance fee
- Water and tissue.