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Nui Son Tra

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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 day
Address: Nui Son Tra, Danang, Vietnam
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The Camellia Peninsula is located in the suburb of Dagang, with pleasant scenery. Up the peninsula, overlooking the city of Hong Kong, the Bay of Bailu Struggle and Shili White Beach, the weather is clear, and can overlook the summer resort of Bana Mountain. There is a Buddhist temple on the peninsula, and the temple gates and pagodas still retain Chinese characters. It is not hard to see that Vietnam was deeply influenced by Chinese traditional culture.

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Nui Son Tra is on the northeastern side of Da Nang. It is largely covered in forest and the scenery is entrancing. On the south side of the mountain, about halfway to the top, visitors will come across the Linh Ung Bai But Temple. With it's 65-meter tall alabaster white Guanyin overlooking Da Nang's urban landscape, it's not only a nice place to burn incense and pray but also a beautiful scenic view. At the very peak of Nui Son Tra, there's a helipad from the Vietnam War left behind by the American military. It is now a scenic overlook. To the west of the Nui Son Tra there's a tiny beach called Tien Sa. Near the beach there is a memorial plaque and a small church.
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