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Da Nang tour 1 day Marble mountain , cham Museum

Hope you will enjoy with this trip and have a fantastic tour.
Tour price:30 US$
8:30am – 9:00am: Pick you up at hotel.Departure for Marble Mountains in DaNang City.Da nang tour2
Marble Mountains are located in Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, about 20 km from the centre of HoiAn old town in the northeast. The Marble Mountains, also referred to as Ngu Hanh Son or Mountains of the Five Elements, consist of five marble mountains: Thuy Son (water) which is the highest, Moc Son (wood), Kim Son (metal), Tho Son (soil), and Hoa Son (fire).Hanoi tours
Thuy Son has been exploited as a popular tourist resort because of its alluring beauty. Stone steps carved into the mountain lead to the Tam Thai Pagoda where Phat Di Lac is worshipped. At the back of the pagoda is Huyen Khong Cave. In the past, the pagoda paid tribute to Hindu and Buddhist gods and is now dedicated to Cham deities. Huyen Khong Cave was the base for Vietnamese revolutionaries during wartime.
The Marble Mountains are famous for traditional stone engraving activities. In Dong Hai Village close to Thuy Son, 600 families chisel stone producing statues, jewelry, and art work. Stone from the Marble Mountains has been exported to many countries.
9:00am – 10:30am:Here visitors will see the amazing natural caves – buddhist pagodas built around 19th  Century & then visit the traditional marble carving village.
10:30am – 11:30: Leaving Marble Mountains for Champa Museum.
Visitors will be guided by our pro-tour guide visitting ChamPa Museum in which displays the finest collection of ChamPa Art.
The Cham Museum was built in Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle. Cham architecture originates from the period between the 5th and 15th centuries, when a matriarchal society prevailed. At present, the museum displays approximately 300 sculptures, among which some are made from terracotta. The sculptures were collected from Cham temples and towers throughout Central Vietnam, more specifically the area stretching from Quang Binh to Binh Thuan. All the sculptures are displayed in ten showrooms named after the localities where the pieces have been discovered.    Hanoi tours
11:30pm – 13:30pm: Leaving Champa Museum for Marble Beach ( My Khe Beach).
Enjoy your seafood, relaxing, swimming, surfing at this stunning beach.
Marble Beach (My Khe beach)Da nang tour1
My Khe Beach is located about 6km east of Danang and about 24km north of Hoi An. It’s a seven-kilometre stretch of smooth sand with an average width between 50m and 70m. The gradient is gentle, and its sheltered position in the lee of the Son Tra peninsula softens the autumn winds that restrict swimming further down the coast.
The lack of large waves, less than average pollution, and an annual mean temperature around 25 oC, makes it a safe place to swim for adults and children alike.
There’s much confusion about the location of the place that the US military used for ‘rest and relaxation’ during the war‘. Known as ‘China Beach’ and made famous by a television series of the same name, opinions differ wildly. The people who ought to know, the locals and returning US war veterans, haven’t a clue.Da nang tour3
The Vietnamese aren’t much bothered and the vets are usually unable to identify a specific section of a continuous strand of sand stretching for miles in both directions. Backed the beach with poplar trees in the mid-nineties doesn’t help either .
14:00pm
Coming back Hoi An
End tour.

Tour included:
New vehicle
English speaking tour guide
Entrance fee
Water & wet tissue

Thank you for your interest in Vietnam Typical Tours Company . Please contact us in any of the following ways:

VIETNAM TYPICAL TOURS COMPANY
Add :No 116,Line 189 , Hoang Hoa Tham str, Ba Dinh dist, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : ( 84 ) 984.326.723
Fax : ( 84) 3.956.2536
Hotline :  (84) 974.861.652
Email : info@vietnamtypicaltours.com
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