Da Nang, Vietnam
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clock-o4 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Explore Da Nang’s history, culture, art, and architecture on a 4-hour tour of the city’s museums and bridges that includes entrance fees and round-trip transport from your Da Nang hotel. See a replica of Ho Chi Minh’s home at the Ho Chi Minh Museum, learn about military history at the Fifth Military Zone Museum, visit the Cham Museum to discover Vietnam’s indigenous heritage, After visiting the museums, take in two of the bridges that gave Da Nang its nickname: ‘City of Bridges.
  • 4-hour Da Nang tour
  • Visit four museums with a guide
  • Learn about Vietnam's history and culture
  • See two landmark bridges
  • All entrance fees included
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • Pickup and drop-off at your Da Nang hotel
Choose a morning or afternoon departure, then start with pickup at your hotel in Da Nang city and travel to the first stop of the day, the Ho Chi Minh Museum. You’ll find a display of weapons from China, the Soviet Union, and the United States, and explore a replica of former President Ho Chi Minh’s house, complete with a fish pond and garden. Continue to the neighboring Fifth Military Zone Museum to see heavy equipment, including tanks and aircraft captured by soldiers of the Fifth Military Division.

The next stop of the day is the Cham Museum, which explores the history, culture, and language of Vietnam’s indigenous Cham people, with the largest collection of Cham sculptures in the world. Keep exploring art at the final museum of the day, the Dong Dinh Museum, browsing a private collection of artifacts and antiques from around the country.

Finally, visit two of Da Nang’s namesake bridges: start at the unique Dragon Bridge across the Han River, then see Thuan Phuoc Bridge at Tien Sa Port, andd finish the day with drop-off at your hotel.

Note: The Fifth Military Zone Museum is closed on Mondays.

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, Apr 2017

Your local tour guide doesn't seemed to be a qualified one. He and the driver just brought us to the right places but most of the time we were on our own without guidance. Practically a self-guided tour at guided-tour price.


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