Hội An, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam



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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 8 hours
Maximum number of people: 10
Location: Vietnam, Hoi An
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A day filled with history, culture and architectural delights. Start the tour at My Son Sanctuary, the capital of the Champa Kingdom from the 4th to the 13th century Then, move to historical and architectural wonder; from the natural beauty of a mountain made of marble to classic oriental architecture dating back hundreds of years. […]
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Tour’s Program

● Visit Marble Mountain, one of the former king's favorite spots for its wonderful panoramic views of the Eastern Sea
● Am Phu Cave which heads down to a very mysterious trip to hell
● Visit Linh Ung Pagoda
● Climb stone steps to discover stunning caves, grottoes and a Buddhist pagoda
● Visit two Unesco World Heritage Sites; My Son Sanctuary
● Wander around the ancient towers and temples and lush green valley of My Son, the former capital of the Champa Kingdom
We will begin our day trip with a visit to the capital and religious center of the former Champa Kingdom, My Son, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beautifully situated in a lush green valley, there are dozens of red brick towers and sanctuaries dating from between the 7th and 13th century. After concluding the first half of the tour, we will have lunch at a local restaurant.
In the afternoon, we will discover Marble Mountains (Vietnamese: Ngu Hanh Son; literally "five elements mountains") Here, you will have the opportunity to explore the stunning natural caves of the mountain and enjoy the beautiful view from the top of the mountain. Stone steps carved into the mountain lead to a Buddhist Pagoda. You can also discover the stunning caves and enjoy the beautiful view from the top of the mountain. Upon arrival to the mountain, we will climb up the stone stairs and visit the caves and pagodas as well as admire the beautiful panoramic view. Da Nang is famous for three pagodas having the same name: “Linh Ung”, the first on Son Tra Peninsula, the second on Marble Mountains and the other on Ba Na Hills. Linh Ung Pagoda at Marble Mountains has been designated a national historical and cultural site by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
We will also visit Am Phu Cave where there's a replica of heaven and hell, eerie underground tunnels while listening to the clapping of bats' wings in the cave, the mysterious pagodas and the sculpturing village. We then visit Linh Ung Pagoda at Son Tra Peninsula before return to your hotel.
Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
Entrance fees
One way elevator
Bottled drinking water
English speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
Travel insurance
FOC for children 0-5 years old
50% off for children 6-10 years old

Tips and gratuities
Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc.
All cancellation from guest arise additional charges as follows:
- More than 48 hours before departure: No charges
- From 48 hours to 24 hours before departure: 50% of the tour price.
- Less than 24 hours before departure or No show: 100% of the tour price.
Please note that from 02-09 Feb 2019, the surcharge 40% will be applied. You can do a payment this surcharge when your reservation is made.

Tours Reviews

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    The first half of our tour was My Son, which was interesting and the ruins quite impressive although we felt this part of the day was a bit rushed and could have been better. The latter part of the day was Marble Mountain which was fantastic although climbing the mountain was quite physically challenging. First we visited the local marble retailer/carving workshop which was amazing. The range of marble statues was mind-blowing! I suggest though you compare prices locally in Hoi An before you buy too much as I saw many of the items I bough cheaper elsewhere later. The Marble Buddha on the mountain is beautiful and the climb up to this point is fine. Our guide didn't warn us that we were going to climb through a small cavern with steep marble rocks to reach Heavens Gate. The climb was difficult and slippery with no actual stairs and coming back down not much better for someone middle aged and with a bad knee. I enjoyed Marble mountain immensely but would probably have thought twice about the climb through the cave if I had known beforehand.

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