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Near the top there are nice old trees with some religious praying areas around.
My family and I rented a car with a driver for 100 USD as we felt was safer and made more sense for us to travel up there. We used the...More
We went there on a rainy day and it was a lovely "road trip!". It was fairly steep hills so maybe it´s a good idea to have one motorbike per person. The monkeys was very "shy" but they are there - just go slow and...More
We went early in the morning when many local people where inside the temple. At about 8am a chant started to be played over the speakers and it was hauntingly beautiful and made you feel the importance of the temple and gardens to the people...More
We rented a motorbike from the hotel to explore the peninsular with the idea to see some wild monkeys. Caught a few glimpses on the drive round but unfortunately started to run out of petrol just past the intercontinental resort
Would recommend one bike per...More
There are few monkeys left on the island, but our driver managed to point out two, as well as some other interesting bird and wild life. The views are wonderful, and the statue at the top, with the chess myth is well worth the short...More
A nice peak with an awesome view of Da Nang city. Make sure your motorbike is filled with fuel as there is no gas station.. exept at the entrance. Loose yourself in the mountains and appreciate the super view while taking a coffee at the...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.