Da Nang Day Trip from Hoi An with Local Food Lunch
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Da Nang city is 30 kilometers north of Hoi An. It’s one of the most famous tourist destinations in the region. This day trip allows travelers to explore its best sightseeing places, and try authentic local dishes. In the morning, there is the tallest hill of the Marble Mountains where ancient Buddhist and Hindu temples are built. Here, visitors are also amazed by giant caves and 360oC peaks. After going across the Han river by the Dragon Bridge, the Cham Museum is the next stop. It houses sophisticated artifacts made by Cham people in past centuries, and it’s unique worldwide. In the afternoon, travelers will visit the Pink church, Han market and the Lady Buddha in a picturesque peninsula. Around this statue, there are bonsai gardens, naughty monkeys, and breath-taking views. On the way back to Hoi An, My Khe Beach in the sunset is just beautiful.
*This tour starts from Hoi An. If stay in Da Nang, please see full-day Da Nang city tour with local food lunch
- Learn about local culture and belief at Buddhist temples and discover amazing caves in the top of the Marble mountains. Before that, see lots of handmade marble sculptures.
- Marvel at the tallest Lady Buddha statue of Vietnam which rises up to 67 meters from the surroundings. She is the goddess of mercy, and the patron god for local fishermen.
- Have a chance to see the world’s largest stone sculpture collection carved by Cham people who ever owned a kingdom in the region.
- Try Da Nang local dishes for lunch, such as banh xeo pancakes, grilled pork lemongrass skewers, and watch how people make it
- Go pass by the most stunning bridges, quarters and beaches of Da Nang
- Many photo opportunities
Please contact us directly for the best price. We have a discount for families and group of 4 and above.
- Air-conditioned, comfortable vehicle
- Licensed and experienced driver
- Knowledgeable English-speaking guide
- Lunch with local food / vegetarian lunch is available upon request in advance
- Bottled water
- Roundtrip transfer with hotel pick up and drop off in Hoi An (except South Hoi An area)
- All entrance fees & tickets
- One way (up) by elevator in the Marble Mountains
Departure & Return
Tour guide will be in the hotel reception at 8 AM. Then, the driver takes traveler(s) to attractions in the itinerary and a good local restaurant to have lunch with delicious dishes. He drops off in the hotel around Da Nang centre and Hoi An. A small fee will be charged if visitors stay in the South Hoi An area.
See details in Marble Mountains Travel Guide
See details in My Khe Beach Travel Guide
See details in Linh Ung Pagoda Travel Guide
See details in Lady Buddha of Da Nang Travel Guide
See details in Museum of Cham Sculpture Travel Guide
See details in Han Market Travel Guide
See details in Da Nang Pink Church Travel Guide
- This day trip requires 2 travelers minimum, and kids must go with parents/adults.
- A small extra fee will be surcharged to pick up in the Son Tra peninsula (Da Nang) and South Hoi An area (Hoi An)
- Most travelers can participate, LGBT-friendly
- This experience requires good weather. In case it’s canceled, an announcement will be made in advance.
How to Book
Please contact us:
+84968009827 (Hotline, WhatsApp, Line, Zalo)
*A small deposit may be suggested for groups of 4 and above
How to Pay
We have two options:
Cash on tour (VND, USD, and other popular currencies)
Credit cards via Paypal (3% extra fee from the third party)
Visitors from 10 years old are charged same as adults
30% to 50% discount for children from 5 to 9 years old
Free of charge for kids under 5 years old
No fee or a full refund if cancel before 24hrs and more
50% of tour price if cancel from 12 to 24hrs before departure
100% of tour price if cancel within 12hrs or no show
Frequently Asked Questions
Dress code is regulated in temples inside the Marble Mountains, Linh Ung Pagoda and Lady Buddha but not strictly checked. Like any religious places across the country, travelers need to ensure that not too much skin are shown. Covering the airmpits, navel and knees is a must. Sarongs for free are available to use before walking in worshipping spaces. Don’t need to buy!
In the dry season (from February to August), travelers should bring sun cream, sunglasses, lightweight and cool fabric clothings. In the rest of the year, known as the wet season, rain coats/umbrellas, waterproof shoes, and more layers are necessary to prepare once hitting the road. In addition, a nice pair of walking shoes is also important, because travelers will walk quite a long in the day.