Marble Mountains & Golden Bridge Day Tour with Buffet Lunch

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This day tour includes 2 iconic attractions in Da Nang, the Golden Hand Bridge and the Marble Mountains. In the morning, the bridge is the star. Located in the Ba Na Hills station, it’s 150-meters long and features gold-plated rails and massive supporting hands. Previously, visitors had a non-stop cable car ride across a breath-taking landscape of the Annamite Range for 5 kilometers. After lunch, the Marble Mountains is what visitors will explore next. It is a complex of 5 striking limestone and marble hills rising suddenly from the surrounding. As a natural jewel within the city, its largest mountain has century-old Buddhist temples and amazing caves and grottoes. Around nearby villages, artisans have carved stone sculptures for over 400 years and their products are exported to many countries throughout the world. In the late afternoon, Linh Ung Pagoda and Lady Buddha on Son Tra Peninsula (aka Monkey Mountain) are the highlights. Visitors will see the tallest statue of the kind in Vietnam and the pagoda that is bigger than other ones in the city. If lucky, view a brilliant sunset around Da Nang’s city skyline.

*This tour departs from Da Nang or Hoi An

One Day Car or Minivan English 2 Minimum (Private available)


  • Walk along the unique, inspirational Golden Bridge – an architectural masterpiece in the summit of Da Nang (1,400 meters asl). It’s a must see for so many travelers around the planet.
  • Experience one of the world’s longest cable car rides and enjoy picturesque scenery from the cabin. The Ba Na Hills cable car holds 3 other records.
  • Sightsee the oldest Buddhist temples in Da Nang and discover amazing caves inside the Marble Mountains. Not only history and culture, visitors also learn about local traditional handicraft.
  • Marvel at Vietnam’s tallest Lady Buddha statue with a height of 67 meters, and the biggest pagoda in the city that is surrounded by bonsai gardens and bodhi trees with naughty monkeys. An awe-inspiring scenery to the blue sea and the beachfront is seen from there.
  • Lots of shopping and photo opportunities.

What's Included

Departure & Return

Tour guide will be in the hotel reception at 8 a.m or earlier upon the request. Then, the driver transfers to Ba Na Hills cable car station. After 20 minutes in the air, the Golden Bridge and nearby flower gardens are first places to see. After fully discovering, travellers get cable car down the hill and see the driver in the car park then. It takes around 40 minutes to arrive at the hotel in Da Nang center and over 1 hour in Hoi An.


Pick up
At 8 a.m in hotel reception in Da Nang or Hoi An (ealier if requested).
Ba Na Hills Cable Car
To get to Ba Na Hills and Golden Bridge from the plain, the cable car is only transport. Now this amazing engineering work holds 4 world records, including the longest on the planet – 5 kilometers. Travellers have a nice experience while being conveyed up the mountain, thanks to picteresque natural beauty. There are magnificent hills to hills, well-protected forests with a rich wildlife, rivers with waterfalls, giant outcrops, and clouds.

See details in Ba Na Hills Cable Car
The Golden Bridge
The Golden Bridge is one of the most sought-after places tovisit. It opens the doors in 2018 and soon is in the bucket list of lots oftravellers. Spanning over 150 meters, its half-oval passage is paved by wood,and handrails are plated by gold. Two huge hands hold it gently, representing the handsof the God what pulls a strip of silk from the mountain. Recently, a Britishnewspaper named this building on top of new wonders in the world.

See details in Golde Bridge Travel Guide
Linh Ung Pagoda & Gautama Buddha
Linh Ung Pagoda Ba Na Hills is the second of three Buddhist temples of the same name in Da Nang. It’s located at the end of a major walkway down from the Golden Bridge. The highlight here is the 27-meters-tall Gautama Buddha who faces the city to shelter its citizens. By the staircases to the worshipping hall, visitors can see the emblematic flower of the hill station every spring – the bell-shaped cherry blossom.

See details in Linh Ung Pagoda Travel Guide
French Village & Fanstasy Park
French Village is located on a higher location than the Golden Bridge. It’s really large, consisting of hundreds of medieval-style buildings lining stone-paved lanes. The church is the most sophisticated architecture, next to the square where festive outdoor celebrations occur. Travellers can sit in a coffee shop or tea house to feel the buzzing atmosphere and nice weather. Under the ground, there are many games to entertain and Vietnam’s first wax museum. The Alpine coaster nearby is another visitor’s favorite.

See details in Da Nang’s Amusement Parks
Have a buffet lunch with many choices, including vegetable dishes and traditional foods.

1 hour recommended
The Marble Mountains & Sculpture Village
Around the top of Marble Mountains, the visitors will see Da Nang’s oldest Buddhist temples, grandest grottoes, holiest shrines to local people, pretty outlooks and heritage trees. A viewpoint where all mountains are in sight is included in the trekking. In the surrounding, 400-years-old Non Nuoc marble village is proud of its traditional sculpture carving. One of the largest statue galleries is recommended, providing many opportunities for photography. The Giant Lady Buddha was sculpted by artisans here.

See details in The Marble Mountains Travel Guide
Linh Ung Pagoda Son Tra Peninsula
Located atop a hill by the coast of Son Tra Peninsula, this is the largest Buddhist temple in Da Nang. Overlooking the city beachfront, its grandeur Buddha shrines are surrounded by bonsai gardens dotted with sculptures. For locals, it’s sacred equally to two older Linh Ung pagoda. There are many monkeys from the nature reserve nearby coming here for food handed out from tourists.

See details in Linh Ung Pagoda Travel Guide
Lady Buddha
Rising up to 67 meters from the ground, the Lady Buddha Da Nang is the tallest of its kind in Vietnam. She faces the city to shelter the citizens from disasters and patronizes fishermans. Sculpted by hands of the Non Nuoc marble village’s artisans, it houses a Buddha shrine on each floor inside.

See details in Lady Buddha Da Nang Travel Guide
Back to hotel

Additional Info

  • This experience is run with 2 travelers minimum but private one is still available. Chat with us via whatsapp number +84968009827 for the best price.
  • Confirmation may be received at time of booking.
  • If traveling with kids, an announcement in advance is necessary.
  • Free for childrens under 5 years old and 50% off for childrens from 5 to 10 years old, full fee for older ages.
  • 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
  • No wheelchair accessible.
  • This experience requires good weather. In case it’s canceled, an annoucement will be made in advance.

How to Book & Pay

Text in whatsapp +84968009827
A reply will be made within a few hours
Cancellation (if required)
On Tour
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Frequently Asked Questions

Travellers should prepare sun cream, sun glasses, nice shoes and cash. A light jacket is also necessary to wear when the temperature downs after rains or disapperance of the sun. If would like to enter the worshipping halls, just need to ensure that the shirt covers the airmpits. Free sarongs are available to get on and hide the skin on the legs, to express a respect to the Gods and Buddhas. Rain poncho or umbrella is important in a rainy day or the wet season. See more information in travel guide to Ba Na Hills.

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