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Ba Na Hills, Da Nang 550000 Vietnam
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Hue to Hoi An or Hoi An to Hue sightseeing Son Tra Peninsula and Fishing Village
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Hue to Hoi An or Hoi An to Hue sightseeing Son Tra Peninsula and Fishing Village

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08:00AM Our driver will pick you up at your hotel in Hue and transferring to Hoi An. On the way from Hue to Hoi An we will free stop sightseeing at:<br><br>- Hue Fishing Village<br>- Lap An Lagoon/Oysters Farming Village <br>- Lang Co Bay<br>- Hai Van Pass<br>- Linh Ung Pagoda<br>- Marble Mountain<br><br>Then drop off you at your hotel in Hoi An.<br><br>- From Hue to Hoi An takes 6 to 7 hours including go sightseeing on the way. Your time is flexible and you will free stop to go sightseeing at each place how long if you want. <br><br>- If you want to transfer from Hoi An to Hue, the places are the same but in opposite order,
$46.86 per adult
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Hoang Vo wrote a review Nov 5
Da Nang, Vietnam289 contributions87 helpful votes
It's very crowded, like crazy crowded and they don't have any solution to separate, it's kinda dangerous when many people on the bridge. And honestly you can't take a good photo in a bunch of rude tourists. Even you try to come soon, there's always have guests who stay overnight, also wedding shooting shows. And noone can help you if they're rude and tell you to move for their shots. And don't come if it's windy or cloudy, you won't see a damn thing.
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Date of experience: November 2020
2 Helpful votes
Dara-Khmer wrote a review Sep 2020
Melbourne, Australia3,784 contributions501 helpful votes
Go early. In these Covid times it was quiet but by mid morning it was busy. Really great views and photos opportunity and something good to do
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Raymondale wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia748 contributions161 helpful votes
joined a local tour to Ba Na hills last year September.Golden bridge is one of the sighseeing spots included.it is attractive,i joined the tour also because of this giant hands bridge.that time quite crowded,hard to take pics,have to wait,so better leave some time here if you want to take pics.but since i joined a tour,the time is a bit tight fot me.maybe next time will come by myself,even stay here,then have lots of time to enjoy it and also taking photos.another good place to take photos of this bridge is the cable station(departure one),but there is a big glass window there,so might not be perfect for photos-taking lovers.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Finds_posts wrote a review Jul 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia209 contributions131 helpful votes
it is spectacular. it is not easy to build this bridge in the mountain and sculpt it into a hand shape rock
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Date of experience: August 2019
Steve B wrote a review Jun 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam740 contributions163 helpful votes
With tourists from outside of Vietnam not visiting because of the Covid virus, the park is much less crowded in the early morning. We arrived at 8:45 and shared the photo opportunities on the bridge with only a few others. But the tour buses arrived after 9:15, making the rest of our visit to the Buddhas and French village more crowded. Improved signage would help in getting to the French village. We wanderered around for more than 45 minutes looking for the cable car up. A shout out to Truong who helped us with transportation to the Tien Toi gate after we took the cable car back down.
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Date of experience: June 2020