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I was so lucky when having chance to visit many places in Son Tra, such as Ban Co, Linh Ung pagoda, big old Banyan Tree. I spent all the morning to visit all of them. Really beautiful. When on the way moving I couldn't stand...More
Really loved this trip, so much to see. Stopped at Monkey Mountain and fed the monkeys, they all came running when they saw we had food. Tried to steal the bag as well but soon let go when they saw there was no food left....More
We went there on 1st Oct. We rent car cost 1.1 million VDN for full day car usage as in one day we went to 3 places for brief sight seeing. In the beginning we plan to Son Tra first then follow up with My...More
At Son Tra Mountain (Monkey Mountain), you can meet many primates, including one of the rarest apes in the world - brown-footed langur. Named "Monkey Mountain" by American troops in the Vietnam War, the area is still covered by a lush rainforest. Hike or bike...More
Son Tra mountain is just a quick trip away from the city. I recommened taking a motorbike so you can take in the nature and the sights. There is just one road the goes up and down the mountain, and you can start at either...More
Son Tra (Monkey) Mountain has a breath-taking view from it, standing 693 metres above sea level. Locally known as the Son Tra Peninsula, it was a prominent observation base during the American-Vietnam War.
Get there early for some peace and quiet, preferably before 10am, before...More
Response from patriciaoprea | Reviewed this property |
Took me under 2 hours to get from beginning of trail to top of the mountain :)
I used my GPS and walked from the women Buddha to the start of the trail... asked some locals along the way. Definitely go.