Tien Sa Port To Da Nang By Car
Tien Sa Port to Da Nang by private car is the best choice to explore Da Nang city attractions with a professional English-speaking driver in a comfortable and flexible private car.
By booking Culture Pham Travel & Transport’s private car Tien Sa Port to Da Nang, you will have a great chance to visit all of Da Nang’s highlight attractions such as Linh Ung Pagoda with the tallest Lady Buddha Statue, Marble Mountains, Dragon Bridge, Cham Sculpture Museum as well as the Han Market Da Nang.
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Based on your requested pickup time, our driver and Da Nang private car will pick you up at Tien Sa Port Gate- around 500m from your Cruise ship. You can take a free shuttle bus from your cruise ship to Tien Sa Port gate and our driver will be ready with your full name on a welcome board.
After greetings and paying the port customs fees, we will start the Tien Sa Port to Da Nang by private car by visiting the Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda on the Son Tra peninsula.
Linh Ung Pagoda offers stunning views of the East Sea, Da Nang City, and the surrounding mountains. The pagoda’s location on the Son Tra Peninsula is known for its natural beauty, with lush greenery, rocky outcrops, and panoramic views of the coast. Visitors often come not only for religious purposes but also to enjoy the stunning scenery.
The architecture of the Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda is influenced by traditional Vietnamese Buddhist temple design, featuring intricate details and vibrant colors. The pagoda complex includes multiple buildings, shrines, and meditation areas for worshipers and tourists to explore.
The most iconic feature of the pagoda is the large statue of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, which stands at 67 meters (220 feet) tall. This statue is the tallest of its kind in Vietnam and is a symbol of compassion and mercy.
Keep taking the private car from Tien Sa Port to Da Nang, we will conquer the Marble Mountains, a cluster of 5 limestone and marble mountains representing 5 basic elements to create the Universe as well as the 5 fingers of Buddha.
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