What are some interesting things to do in Danang? Visit Son Tra Peninsula, Han Market, Ngu Hanh Son Marble Mountain & more
See Hoi An in style on this Jeep tour. Your day begins early with a relaxing drive along the Hoi An Danang beach road, where you can check out the amazing coastline and ocean. The first stop on the tour is at the magnificent Son Tra Peninsula, one of the most beautiful areas nears Danang. There is so much to see and explore here, like the spectacular ocean views, the mountain ranges and the lush green jungles that are filled with lots of cheeky monkeys (which is also where the Son Tra Peninsula gets its other name: Monkey Mountain!).Next, you'll make your way to the Linh Ung Pagoda, one of the most beautiful temples in this part of Vietnam. Linh Ung Pagoda is known to signify the development of Vietnamese Buddhism in the 21st century, and its most notable feature is that of a 67-metre-tall Lady Buddha, the tallest religious monument in Vietnam. This is the perfect place to snap some photographs both of the pagoda and the stunning ocean views that surround you.The Jeep tour then makes its way around the windy roads of the mountain, stopping on the way to visit the Giant Banyan Tree which is said to be at least 1,000 years old. Afterwards, the tour heads to Danang City, crossing the Thuan Phuoc and Han River bridges, then stopping at the Han Market for some shopping. You can then experience delicious Vietnamese coffee at a popular coffee shop before heading to a local restaurant for an authentic Vietnamese lunch.In the afternoon, the tour heads past the Dragon and Tran Thi Ly bridges—two spectacularly designed bridges that have become iconic—before stopping at the Museum of Cham Sculpture, dedicated to the culture of the indigenous Cham people of Vietnam. It holds the largest collection of Cham sculptures in the world, many of them considered to be masterpieces. The final stop on the tour is Marble Mountain, a cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble and filled with caves, tunnels, temples and grottoes, all for you to explore.