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Son Tra peninsula

Son Tra Peninsula is a natural ecological region rising 693m high from the sea level. From the top of Son Tra Peninsula, the magnificent panorama encompasses Da Nang City, the Marble Mountains and Ba Na Mountain. At the foot of Son Tra Mountain, it has seashore of 5km in length with many pure and beautiful beaches such as Bai Bac, Bai But, Bai Xep, Tien Sa... Among them, Tien Sa is considered as the best. The name of Tien Sa means descending fairy , which was derived from a legend about  fairies who came here from heaven to bath.

In Bai But, there is Linh Ung Son Tra Pagoda with the highest statue of Avalokitesvara in Viet Nam. Son Tra also has an original forest of 4,370ha, living many kinds of precious and rare animals such as stag, monkey gibbon, orang-outang, red face cock.

Son Tra is good place for relaxation vacation with several budget or luxury resorts by the  picturesque beaches. This is also an ideal place to develop the sport tourism such as sea diving, stream bathing, fishing, and climbing, etc.

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