Learn about Vietnamese history with visits to the Fifth Military Zone Museum, Cham Museum, and Dong Dinh Museum, then marvel at the modern architecture of the Dragon and Thuan Phuoc Bridges.
Your guide picks you up from your hotel and brings you to the Fifth Military Zone Museum. The museum, which covers the tumultuous history of Vietnamese resistance to foreign occupation, features authentic war relics and documents. Hear about the struggles of soldiers in the First Indochina War and Vietnam War, then step outside to see real military aircraft and vehicles.
Continue on to the Cham Museum, which houses the largest collection of ancient Cham sculptures and art in the world. Browse nearly 300 terracotta and stone works dating as far back as the 7th century, then move to the Dong Ding Museum. Nestled in the jungle of the Son Tra Peninsula, the museum showcases a private collection of ancient pottery and artifacts from a number of cultures, including the Dai Viet, Sa Huynh, and Cham Kingdom.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Da nang city, Viet Nam|
|DEPARTURE TIME||8:00 AM – 5 PM|
Enjoy a scenic ride through the Marble Mountains on the way back to the city. Once in Da Nang, your guide drives by the Dragon Bridge, which stretches across the Han River in the shape of a dragon. On weekend evenings, the dragon spits plumes of fire and water from its mouth, making it a modern wonder. Before the end of your tour, ride by the Thuan Phuoc Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in Vietnam, which is illuminated in vibrant colors at night.