Linh Ung Pagoda - Marble Mountain - Hoi An Ancient Town Private Tour

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- Taking the trip with Dacotours, you will see how enthusiastic our tour guides are as we always try our best not only to bring the happiness and to deliver great stories about culture to customers but also to devote to sustainable tourism development. - Head to the Marble Mountains and the Son Tra Peninsula on this tour from Da Nang, you’ll visit mysterious caves hidden within Marble Mountains and see the 220-foot-high marble Budha statue that resides at Ling Ung Pagoda. - Enjoy sweeping views and visit Non Nuoc, a centuries-old stone carving village and get amazed by the beautiful Feng Shui lucky marble bracelets made by local artists. - After discovering Marble Mountain, we continue our journey to Hoi An Ancient Town - Unesco World Heritage. You will be surrounded by thousand of colorful laterns everywhere. Besides, you also improve your knowledge about the culture and history of Hoi An from the past, immers your mind with fresh air by nearby peaceful Hoai river,

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Dacotours Co.,Ltd

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Stop At: Da Nang

Welcome to this fantastic Da Nang city. Be ready as we will take you to a journey of beauty with this amazing trip to Hoi An

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Lady Buddha

Lady budda or Bohisattva statue is considered the tallest statue of her in Vietnam with 67 meter height of 17 floors. Before the statue is the big yard with lots of beautiful Bonsai, this place is the yard for not only Da Nang local people but also the Buddhist people around the world to come to worship and pray.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: The Marble Mountains

Marble Mountain or Non Nuoc Mountain includes 5 mountains representing 5 element of universe (Earth - Water - Fire - Air - Space) And the most beautiful among 5 is the Water Mountain. Here, you can discover the cave system of Tang Chon Cave and especially, Huyen Khong Cave in where worshiping the gods of Vietnam. At the foot of Marble Mountains is the Stone Carving Village - with more than 400 years of history.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Linh Ung Pagoda

This is one of the 3 Linh Ung Pagoda - make it a holy triangle to protect Da Nang city. Laying down on the pass of Son Tra Peninsula, this pagoda is considered the biggest and the most beautiful pagoda among 3 of them. From the pagoda, everybody can easily ease their soul with the peaceful panorama view of Da Nang city and the beautiful seashore. To build up this magnificient pagoda, it took Da Nang people the whole 6 years from 2004-2010. This place is a popular destination for local Da Nang people to come and pray for inner peace every full-moon day.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien)

Built in 1697, Fukian Assembly Hall was the meeting hall for Fukian business man in old time of Hoi An. Throughout the history, Fukian Hall still remains the Eastern structure with the core value represnting the hope for happiness.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Hoi An Ancient Town

Head to Hoi An Ancient Town - visiting Fukian Assembly Hall, Japanese Covered Bridge, Old House. Laying down at the end of Thu Bon River, this town is used to be an international trading port. Nowadays, Hoi An still keeps the old beauty with hundred of ancient houses designed by Japanese and Chinese and Vietnamese people in 16th centuries. We will have free and easy time to take a stroll for shopping at Nguyen Hoang night market and enjoy the beautiful light from thousands of lanterns. Enjoy dinner with Hoi An food specialties at the restaurant.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Japanese Covered Bridge

Built up first time in 17th century, this bridge is a construction of Japanese people living in Hoi An in the past. The stories behind the bridge amazes tourists with the history of this ancient town.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Old House of Tan Ky

Built up 200 years ago, Old House Tan Ky is a combination of Japanese, Chinese and Vietnamese architecture. The furniture is made by Kim Bong Carpentry artists, witness the live of generations of Le family in Hoi An. Visiting this old house, we will learn more about local life of Hoi An people and the culture of ancient Vietnam

Duration: 15 minutes
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