Da Nang is one of five biggest cities in Viet Nam. This is a dynamite city in top of the most clean cities in the world. Da Nang is also known as a liveable cities. Up on arrival Da Nang, you should take a city tour to explore this lovely city. Making a booking for a package tour is a good idea. But, if you would like to make your trip more flexible, convenient and comfortable, you should take the private car transfer service. By this way, you can discuss where to go and what to see. Moreover, you can maximized your travel time and getting new experience when you explore everything by yourself.
You can make a online booking via this link: Da Nang City Tour by private taxi
Making a booking, enjoy the trip then settle the payment. It’s too easy to explore Da Nang! Within a day tour, we can visit many interesting tourist attraction such as: Stone Carving Village, Marble Mountains, Cham Museum, …
In the morning, the driver will pick you up at hotel lobby. Depart to visit the first place – Marble Mountains. It’s a cluster of five limestones were named by five element in nature. We will visit the highest and the most beautiful mountains – Thuy Son (Water Mountain) with Linh Ung Pagoda, Hoa Nghiem Cave, Huyen Khong Cave, Tam Thai Pagoda. In the foot of the mountains, you can visit Stone Carving Village with many sculpture factories to see how to make a statue or you can buy some souvenir.
Continue the trip, we will visit Lady Buddha Statue Pagoda in Son Tra Peninsula. This pagoda is famous for the highest Lady Buddha statue in Viet Nam (67m). Let’s spend your time to take a free walking around and enjoying the peaceful atmosphere here. Don’t forget to take a panorama photo of Da Nang City from this position.
Leave Lady Buddha Statue, you will have lunch at local restaurant by your own cost. Along the sea coast road, there are many good seafood restaurant. We can have lunch in Be Man Restaurant – A famous restaurant in Trip Advisor.
In the afternoon, we depart to visit Cham Museum – where display the largest artifact collection of Cham people. Let’s see the wonderful thing all made by hand of Cham people. Leave the world of the gods of India, we will visit Da Nang Cathedral. It was constructed in 1923 during the French Colonial period and locally known as “Rooster Church” or “Chicken Church” due to the weathercock atop its impressive steeple.
The last attraction is Han Market. You will have a chance to explore the daily life of local people. Don’t forget to try some local foods here and buying some souvenir. It’s also a good chance for you to practice bargain skill.
Back to your hotel. Settle the payment to the driver. End of service!