574D Ong Ich Khiem, Da Nang
You can reach Lady Buddha by bicycle from Da Nang by following the main road along the beach in the direction of Son Tra peninsula.
DA NANG NIGHT LIFE Tour with MARBLE MOUNTAIN & LADY BUDDHA STATUE, DRAGON BRIDGE
$80.00 per adult
Great Guide. Great Tour.
Our guide was well spoken with lost of life experiences with an open view. Content and timing was perfect. Totally Recommended. Thanks.
4Brierleys, Apr 2019
Recent reviews from experiences in Da Nang
Excellent tour and tour guide
kmaher2019, Sep 2019
Da Nang city Tour with Marble Mountain, Lady Buddha Statue, Dragon Bridge
We had a wonderful day looking around these sights. Our tour guide Andy was amazing. He was funny, knowledgeable friendly and helpful. He took photos of us and promptly sent them to us. We saw lots of monkeys at the Lady Buddha Statue. Definitely worth doing
Excellent tour- fully reccomend!
Marina_K, Apr 2021
Guided Tour to Visit Marble Mountain,Lady Buddha Statue& Monkey Mountain by Jeep
Our guide Ty was very kind and knowledgeable- he answered all my children's endless questions on buddhism. He was flexible so we got to see all we wanted. The second half of the trip to see the red-shanked douc (one of the rarest primates in the world) was wonderful. We did not expect to see but we ended up seeing so much as a large male douc leaped over our jeep to travel to his friend and head to their sleep site. The afternoon tour time worked beautifully. Coming down the mountain through the evening mist was magical. I can not recommend this tour enough - after living in Vietnam many years and being a primatologist - I rarely take guided tours - but this was with every penny. Thank you
A compact trip together with nice scenery and rich local heritage background
Maps05592405651, Dec 2019
Marble Mountain and Lady Buddha from Hoi An or Da Nang
The trip was arranged smoothly and compact. A lot of spots were visited in the Marble Mountain site , such as temples, caves and Buddha statue. The tourist guide was good to introduce the basic background and history of them. We have enough time to spend on every spot. It's only that the overall trip involved quite a lot of climbing up for stairs and slopes, for which the 'less physically fit' tourists would find it difficult to cope with and need more attention. The tourist guide seems did not care much about this point.
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