Full Day My Son Tour From Da Nang with Da Nang City Tour

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This day trip is for explorers who like to discover well-kept secrets of the My Son Sanctuary and the best attractions in Da Nang. It starts with a visit by foot around an unspoiled valley studded with Hindu brick temples dating back from 4th century. After lunch with tasty and authentic Vietnamese cuisine, travelers have an indoor tour in the most important Cham museum of the country. The sweaty trek packed by ancient Buddhist temples, mysterious grottoes and scenic viewpoints in the Marble Mountains, is the next experience. Around foothills, stone sculptures carved by local artisans are displayed and for sale a lot. Before ending a stunning day out, travelers will enjoy grand buildings, the tallest Lady Buddha and sparkly sunset from a pagoda in Son Tra peninsula.

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


  • Sightsee the most sophisticated temples built by the Chams and learn a lot about their history and culture with explanations from an expert guide.

  • Unlock mythologies hidden in every of Vietnam’s largest collection of Champa sculptures, one by one.

  • Get insight into the bests of the Marble Mountains – the Little Ha Long Bay on land, and shopping opportunities with plenty of tiny-to-massive carved objects to buy.

  • Marvel at the hugest statue of Lady Buddha, and immerse yourself in a romantic sunset scenery at the end of afternoon.

What's Included

Departure & Return

Tour guide will be in the hotel reception at 8 a.m in Da Nang or Hoi An. Then, the driver takes traveler(s) to all attractions and restaurant in the itinerary. When the tour ends, he drops off in the hotel or another place in Da Nang center and Hoi An if requested. A small extra fee is charged for pick up and drop off in Son Tra peninsula or South Hoi An area.


Pick up
At 8 a.m in the hotel in Da Nang or Hoi An.
My Son Sanctuary
After a quick ticket check, the My Son Museum is the first stop. From there, a short breezy ride on the buggy carries visitors further inside the sanctuary. The cement path under fully-shaded trees, leads to the most sacred area. Majestic ancient tower-temples dating from 4th to 13rd centuries then amaze viewers. Here, the tour guide explains deeper about the history and culture of the owners the Chams and fallen Champa kingdom. In the nearby stage, traditionalart performances can’t be missed.

See details in My Son Sanctuary Travel Guide
Having lunch with a local food
Museum of Cham Sculpture
Established by the French in the early 20th century, this is the oldest museum in Da Nang. It accommodates more than 2,000 sculptures brought from Champa Kingdom’s ruins across the region, including My Son Sanctuary. Many of which were inscribed as National treasure by the government. After touring here, travelers better understand the art, religion, culture and mythologies of the Chams. On the outside, it’s easy to see the Dragon bridge, one of most uniquely-designed bridges in the world.

See details in Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture (a Guide)
Marble Mountains & Stone Carving 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
Return to Da Nang via Hai Van tunnel, the South-East Asian longest road tunnel.

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. 

How to Book & Pay

Text in whatsapp +84968009827
Meet up & Pay (in Day of departure)
Cash only, USD & VND accepted
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Frequently Asked Questions

There are many Buddhist temples and religious sites in the itenerary, so travelers need to wear respectively, as locals do. Just make sure that no too much skins are shown, airmpits, navel and knees are covered. The clothings made by see-through fabric are thought to be “not nice enough” to visit a temple in local thoughts. Due to walking much, travelers also are advised to wear good shoes. Other necessary things are sun glasses, sun cream, hat/cap and rain poncho in rainy season.

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