The Son Tra Peninsula is always a top choice for visitors to Da Nang thanks to its pure air, and such popular tourist attractions as the Linh Ung Bai But Pagoda, the Bai But, Tien Sa and Golden Sand Tourist Site, Son Tra Banyan Tree, and the Ban Co Peak.
Amongst of these inviting venues on the peninsula, Ghenh Bang (Bang Rapids) is considered as a pristine gem that has yet to be fully exploited for tourism development.
The journey to this tourist site is not really easy and quite dangerous. After riding a distance of 20km along Hoang Sa Street from the centre city to the peninsula, you must park your motorbikes and then walk across a 1km-long forest road with high slopes and many luxuriant trees. You must pay close attention to the road to avoid slipping or straying in this forest.
At the end of the treacherous journey, Ghenh Bang appears in front of your eyes with the pristine and magnificent beauty as a reward for your efforts to wade through the forest.
A corner of Ghenh Bang from above.
A forest road with high slopes and many luxuriant trees leading to the tourist site.
Ghenh Bang is a scenic masterpiece with an amazing pristine beach and incredible natural rock formations.
Thousands of large to small-sized rocks of many different shapes occur along over 2km of the white sandy beach.
Ghenh Bang, along with other tourist sites in the Son Tra Peninsula as a whole, features the harmonious beauty of between mountains and sea.
Green trees at the tourist site.
Leaves of malabar almond trees at Ghenh Bang turning their colours.
Visitors will be fascinated by large to small-sized rocks of many different shapes.
Two 3m and 4m-high cliffs look like a natural gate to catch the waves.
With its breathtaking scenery and the tranquility of its natural environment, Genh Bang gives you the feeling of being far removed from the hustle and bustle of city life. It is a truly perfect place for relaxation, going fishing, and enjoying unforgettable moments full of adventure and fun.
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