Places to Visit

Places to Visit

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Distances from LEMONGRASS HOMESTAY to:

  • Hoi An ancient town (2km): Hoi An was added to Unesco's World Heritage List in 1999 and lauded as one of the top 10 Asian tourism destinations in 2012 by Conde Nast Traveler. Hoi An, an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Asian trading port, is an outstanding manifestation of the fusion of cultures over time.
  • Kim Bong carpentry village (2,5km): The carpenters' village of Kim Bong is situated on the other side of the Thu Bon River near the ancient town of Hoi An and provides an ideal foray into the neighboring countryside. The Kim Bong carpenters still practice their ancient art and create a variety of wooden statues, traditional furniture and tools. Explore the village and weave through small hamlets on bicycles with visits to family temples.
  • Thanh Ha pottery village (4km): The village is well-known for pottery products like cups, bowls, pots, jars, and flower pots. Inherited from their ancestors, locals are always trying to preserve the traditional pottery work.
  • Tra Que vegetable village (3km): Situated just outside Hoi An, Tra Que village is home to a variety of vegetables.  The village’s name is derived from the sweet scented vegetables spicing up the daily meals of Hoi An people.
  •  Cua Dai beach (2km): Cua Dai literally means the “big sea mouth”. The beach boasts fine white sand, clear and blue water which make it ideal for swimming and other sea sports.
  • Danang Golf Club (32km):  About 32km from Hoi An town, Danang Golf Club is among the top 15 new courses in the world. The Dune Course at Danang Golf Club clinched “Best New Course in Asia-Pacific” at 12th Asian Golf Monthly Awards in 2011.
  • Marble Mountains (22km):  The Marble Mountains are situated between Danang City and Hoi An ancient town, and close to Non Nuoc Beach. The Marble Mountains include five mountains which were named in accordance with the 5 respective natural elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth in the early 19th century by King Minh Mang in accordance with the 5 respective natural elements.
  • Danang Museum of Cham Sculpture (40km): The museum, which was built in 1915 with the financial support of the French Far-East Research Institute in Vietnam, houses a collection of Cham artifacts. The museum displays approximately 300 sculptures collected from Cham temples and towers throughout central Vietnam.
  • My Son Cham Holy Land (50km):  Known as the "Valley of Kings", My Son was added to the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in 1999. My Son is a cluster of Hindu temples and is surrounded by mountain ranges.
  • Son Tra Mountain (50km): also known as Monkey Mountain, the peninsula actually sprouts out from the cape like a mushroom. This lush national park is home to the rare red face monkey (hence the moniker) and stands 693 metres above sea level. The winding road around the mountain makes for nice motorbiking and you’ll experience the best views of the city. The view from the summit is stupendous and it’s not surprising that Monkey Mountain was used by the American military as a communications and observation base.
  • Hai Van Pass (60km):  The pass is renowned for its scenic beauty. Presenter Jeremy Clarkson, host of the BBC motoring programme Top Gear, featured the pass during the show's 2008 Vietnam Special, calling the road "a deserted ribbon of perfection—one of the best coast roads in the world.
  • Cham Islands (40 minutes by speed boat):  Cham Islands, which are known as "Cu Lao Cham" in Vietnamese, constitute a group of 8 small islands. The islands are famous for being home to swifts’ nests which were delicacies for ancient royal families. It is an ideal place for snorkeling, fishing with visits to fishing villages.
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