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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
As I stay in Danang for a couple of weeks I got the chance to meet many local people.
For a trip to monkey mountain (and I mean going at the top) you need a motorbike and knowledge of the tour.
If you get to...More
Rent a motorbike and go on a day trip around Son Tra Peninsula. The top of the mountain is spectacular. Breathtaking view of Da Nang. Going around Son Tra, which is (almost) untouched, was my favorite thing while visiting Da Nang. Bring a sandwich or...More
It’s not called Monkey Mountain for nothing! There are monkeys all over the place and they are not going to run from humans. This is a wonderful spot to take children, if they’re bored with the usual tourist stops.
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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.