The Ngu Hanh Son Mountain Elevator, in central Vietnam, will be operational in time for the country’s Reunification Day holidays on 30 April, local media has reported. According to the Saigon Times, the 50-metre tall elevator, which lies approximately 8km from the central city of Danang, was completed seven months ago but has not yet been put into service. The lift has two cabins which can transport approximately 20 guests at a time to the pagoda that sits on top of the mountain. A journey on the elevator will cost VND30,000 (US$1.40) per person – twice the price of a ticket to the pagoda itself.
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