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Da Nang

The Most Beautiful Coastal City in Vietnam

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Da Nang has stepped into the tourism limelight as a much sought after destination for holidaymakers. For many travel experts, Da Nang is more appealing than Bali or Phu Ket and its beach has been voted one of the world’s best by Forbes Magazine. Da Nang is currently the second most popular destination for wealthy Vietnamese tourists and international vacationers. The destination can be accessed easily by road and new air links via Da Nang International Airport. The resort’s pristine beaches and the trio of UNESCO World Heritage sites (a short day trip away) have made Da Nang an attractive proposition. Da Nang has a growing range of tourist facilities, including challenging golf courses (including the Montgomerie Link Da Nang) and hotels from international designers and operators. The past few years have seen the completion of many luxurious resorts along the coastline, with names such as Hyatt Regency, Vinpearl, Accor, InterContinental, and Fusion Maia entering the market and offering more choices for leisure and M.I.C.E travelers.
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1. Top Tourist Attractions For Tour Da Nang

Marble Mountains

The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five limestone and marble hills, about 9km south of Da Nang. Named after natural elements, the peaks are individually known as Thuy Son (water), Moc Son (wood), Hoa Son (fire), Kim Son (metal) and Tho Son (earth). There are also a host of 17th-century Buddhist sanctuaries and pagoda temples dotted throughout the mountains. To admire the beauty of Marble Mountain, you should try a helicopter ride which lasts about 40 minutes from Danang International Airport to Phu Bai Airport. 

Da Nang’s Dragon Bridge

The Dragon Bridge measures 666m in length, making it the longest bridge in Vietnam. A popular spot with photographers, the six-lane bridge crosses the Han River and is constructed in the shape of a golden dragon, which locals believe symbolizes power, nobility and good fortune. While it’s a magnificent sight at any time of the day, Dragon Bridge is particularly captivating during weekends as it is illuminated with colorful LED lights while it breathes fire and spits out water from 9 pm onwards.

My Khe (China) Beach

China (My Khe) Beach boasts a 20-mile stretch of white sand that’s approximately 6km east of Da Nang. Named by the American troops who visited during the American War, it is considered to be one of Vietnam’s most picturesque beaches.

Hai Van Pass

Hai Van Pass stands at 500m above sea level, making it the highest pass in Vietnam. It’s located on the border between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Da Nang City and has panoramic views of verdant mountains as well as Da Nang City, Tien Sa Port, Son Tra Peninsula, and the South China Sea. The pass also hosts a dilapidated French-built fort that was later used as a bunker by South Vietnamese and US armies during the American War. Thanks to its spectacular beauty and panoramic view, Hai Van Pass should be added to the itinerary of your vacation to Danang, Hue, and Hoi An. 

Cham Sculpture Museum

The Cham Museum commemorates the culture, lifestyle, and practices of Vietnam’s indigenous Cham tribe, who have roots dating back as far as 192 AD. Founded during the colonial French rule in 1915, it is the only museum of its kind in the world. The museum is divided into ten exhibition rooms, where 300 terracotta and stone sculptures from the 7th to the 15th centuries are showcased according to the region in which they were found.

Danang Golden Hand Bridge

Golden Bridge in Vietnam, an incredible structure to enhance the face of Vietnam tourism in the global platform, was opened in June 2018 at Ba Na Hills Resort on Truong Son Mountains. Stretching across the mountain, the two ends of this bridge are touching Marseille Station and the Tiantai Gardens at Le Jardin d’Amour. The well-known fairy tale themed French colonial village, Ba Na Hills now appears to be more reputational and magical, and thanks to this amazing bridge.


Address: Bai Bac, Son Tra Peninsula, Tho Quang, Da Nang
The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort is a luxury resort and spa with a 700m private beach on Son Tra Peninsula. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer as the hotel offers a shuttle service to the city’s must-see destinations. Besides the beautiful rooms, suites, and villas, the resort has a spa, three dining outlets and two bars - one of which is the first 3-starred Michelin Chef restaurant in Vietnam.


Address: Truong Sa Street, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang
The Hyatt Regency Danang Residences features luxury condominiums and villas situated within a 5-star resort in an unrivaled beachfront setting. Beyond the 193 guest rooms, there are 27 private pool villas and 95 residences. In the center of the resort’s oceanfront is a labyrinthine pool. Both upscale and casual dining options are located around the pool, all with views of the ocean, stunning Son Tra Peninsula, Cham Islands, and tropical terrain behind.


Address: Truong Sa Street, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang
Situated in Hoa Hai, just 15km from Da Nang city center, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.
There is a wealth of unrivaled services and amenities at this Da Nang hotel. Free wi-fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, and gift/souvenir shop are just a few of the facilities that set Naman Retreat Resort apart from other hotels in the city.


Address: 105 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Ngu Hanh Son Disrict., Da Nang
Furama Resort Danang, a world-class resort designed in traditional Vietnamese style with a touch of French colonial Khue My Ward architecture, is reputable with excellent services and an exclusive location by Danang Beach. The 50 pool villas plus 198 rooms and suites make it one of Vietnam’s most prestigious resort with guests including royalty, presidents, movie stars, and international business leaders.


Address: Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Khue My Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Hoa Hai, Da Nang
This is an exclusive, 5-star resort with top-notch service and facilities. It is the first all-spa inclusive resort in Asia and the only place with private pool villas in the area. Every room is well equipped with iPod playlists, rain showers, and an outdoor balcony. All spa treatments are included in the room rate and breakfast can be served at any time and place.


Address: Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Hoa Hai, Da Nang
Vinpearl Danang Resort and Villas offers an ideal base for relaxation on one of the world’s best beaches or for exploring Hoi An, the Marble Mountains, or the Cham ruins at My Son. If relaxation is more of a draw, guests can rest by one of the five massive infinity pools, chill out in the gardens, or take a stroll along the resort’s 500m beachfront. Additional facilities include a spa, shops, tennis courts, gym, and beach volleyball.


Address: 99 Vo Yen Giap Street Ngu, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang
Located in the lovely area of Phuoc My, the resort enjoys a commanding position in the beaches hub of Da Nang. Set 5km from Da Nang, this 5-star hotel commands an excellent location and provides access to the city’s biggest attractions. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.


Address: 36 Bach Dang Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang
Located in Danang’s central business district on the West Bank of the Han River, Novotel Danang Premier Han River is a perfect venue for both business and leisure travelers. This hotel is in the vicinity of popular city attractions such as the Camel Club and Han River Swing Bridge. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Khue My Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Hoa Hai, Da Nang


Address: D6, Furama Villas Area, Vo Nguyen Giap, Phuoc My, Da Nang
Located in Phuoc My, Da Nang, the Golden Lotus Diamond Villa is a popular choice for travelers. Situated only 17.6 km from the city center, guests are well located to enjoy the town’s attractions and activities. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.


Address: 252 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, Son Tra District, Da Nang
Conveniently located in Da Nang, Grand Tourane Hotel is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Grand Tourane Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible.
With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.


Address: Duong Dinh Nghe, Phuoc My, Son Tra, Da 
At A La Carte Da Nang Beach Hotel, every effort is made to make guests feel comfortable. The hotel provides the best in services and amenities with top-class facilities such as free wi-fi in all rooms, gift/souvenir shop, 24-hour front desk, express check-in/ check-out can be enjoyed at the hotel.


Address:  Khe Beach, 300 Vo Nguyen Giap Street, My Ward, Da Nang
The Holiday Beach Danang Hotel and Resort is the perfect place to experience Da Nang and its surroundings. Only 5km away, this 4-star hotel can be easily accessed from the airport. A well-kept environment and its proximity to Bac My An and My Khe beaches, give this hotel a special charm.


Address: 4 Bach Dang, Danang 
Huge restaurant in a French colonial-style building where you can eat in an open courtyard or in one of the river-facing dining rooms. The menu has lots of good choices, including squid with chili and salt, and green papaya salad with shrimp and garlic.


Address:  65 Tran Quoc Toan
Fab barbecue place, all charcoal smoke, and sizzling meats, where you grill your own. There’s a street terrace, and the welcoming English-speaking owner will help with the menu.


Address:  88 Tran Van Du Street, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang
Lam Vien Restaurant is one of the most beautiful garden settings to enjoy your dinner. The Restaurant and Garden offer you all the privacy you need for a nice and quiet dinner. The Food is excellent as to be expected from the ex-chef of the Intercontinental Ho Chi Minh. The menu mixes Vietnamese and western food.


Address: 52 Vo Nghia, Son Tra, Da Nang

Opened by two expats bringing the flavor of the west into the kitchen.


Address: 187, Tran Phu Street Danang City
Limoncello Restaurant is one of the best Italian restaurants in Danang. The restaurant feels right away like a true Italian Family with the best service you can get, excellent food and great Italian wines. A perfect place for a real Italian Dinner or Lunch.


Address: 9A Tran Phu 
Luna Pub is a very popular and nice Italian Restaurant offering great Italian food, wines, and good atmosphere. Every Tuesday they have some fun live music and more or less open stage.


Address:  231 Tran Phu, Da Nang
You are an Indian tourist looking for the taste of your homeland in Danang, or simply love to try very spicy food? Mumtaz Indian Restaurant is the absolutely right place for you. The restaurant serves both North and South, vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian food, prepared by experienced cooks from different regions of India.


Address: 231 Ho Nghinh, Son Tra District, Da Nang
Surprising Indian taste with a selection of Halal foods available to choose from this restaurant. It is simply decorated and has indoor and outdoor seating but there are always crowed of customers.


Address: 150-152 Bach Dang Street, Da Nang
Da Nang’s first international standard bar and restaurant. Contemporary and classy, its waterfront location offers prime views of the harbor, and a peerless wine and cocktail menu.


Address: 248 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang
Perfect lounge and Bar for chilling time with great foods.


Address: 216 Bach Dang Street, Danang
Bamboo2 Bar Da Nang is a small yet vibrant nightlife spot along the bustling Bach Dang Street, drawing mostly expats and tourists looking to catch live sports matches such as AFL, NRL...
The bar has three levels with open-air terraces that overlook the Han River and Dragon River Bridge, as well as walls decorated with graffiti by past patrons. Bamboo2 Bar Da Nang hosts a local DJ every Fridays at 21:00 onwards.


Address: 34 An Thuong 1, Da Nang
An Australian owned pub and restaurant, the Billabong is a great place to have a few beers and catch the game or dig into a gourmet meal. Their selection of sandwiches, roasts and other upscale Western bar fare complements the cozy and welcoming interior.


Address: 439 Tran Hung Dao, Da Nang 
Fatfish was created by gastronomes, for gastronomes! The staffs live and breathe food and their goal is to share that passion with guests. Striving to offer something a little different, the restaurant is a Mediterranean/Asian fusion restaurant and lounge bar, drawing from the gastronomic traditions of two of the world’s most beautiful culinary cultures to create innovative, fresh and delicious food.


Address: 118 Bach Dang Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang
The most important trading point in Da Nang, Han Market is popular with locals and tourist alike looking to buy a wide range of products from fruits to traditional clothes and souvenirs at reasonable prices.


Address: 318 Ong Ich Khiem, Hai Chau, Danang
Con Market is home to over 2,000 stalls, making it the largest (and busiest) wholesale shopping venue in Da Nang. Also known as Da Nang Commercial Centre, you can find fresh produce, dried goods, coffee beans, handicrafts, T-shirt... We suggest you bargain up to 50% off the retail prices.


Huyen Tran Cong Chua Street, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang
Non Nuoc Fine Arts Village is set at the foot of Da Nang’s Marble Mountains, where you can find numerous artisan workshops and retail outlets selling marble goods at affordable prices.


Address: 39-41 Nguyen Thai Hoc - Hai Chau District, Da Nang
XQ is a special and well-known hand embroidery shop designed to look like a traditional rural village. XQ hand embroidery promotes typical Vietnamese culture and is a precious memento for any visitor. Watch the artisans at work in the embroidery workshop and gallery.


Address: Dien Ngoc Commune, Dien Ban District, Da Nang
The Montgomerie Links is located midway between Hoi An and Da Nang and just 15 minutes drive from Da Nang International Airport. has been designed to capitalize on its close proximity to the warm, tranquil East Sea and famed Marble Mountains, which are clearly visible from various points on the 18-hole course.


Address: Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang
The Dunes course is situated on the central coast of Vietnam and its chief feature is a 7,160-yard, 18-hole, links-style layout that was designed by Australian golf legend Greg Norman with blown-out bunkers, firm and fast fairways, rugged waste areas, swales and hollows.


Address: 50 Nguyen Van Linh, Duong Nam, Da Nang
Family Medical Practice offers one-stop, comprehensive health screening and wellness check-ups.


Address: 73 Nguyen Huu Tho Street, Da Nang


Address: 124 Hai Phong, Thach Thang, Da Nang

Bun Thit Nuong (Vermicelli Noodles With Grilled Pork)

Bun Thit Nuong comprises thin vermicelli rice noodles, freshly chopped lettuce, sliced cucumber, bean sprouts, pickled daikon, basil, chopped peanuts, and mint, topped with grilled pork shoulder. Diners can also opt for bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio, which comes with crunchy slices of Cha Gio (deep-fried eggrolls). As with most Vietnamese dishes, you also get a side of dipping sauce to mix into the Bun Thit Nuong for a flavourful ensemble.

Banh Beo (steamed rice cakes)

A specialty from Central Vietnam is topped with mung bean paste, toasted shrimp, fried shallots and scallion oil. Throw a little chili fish sauce and there for an extra zesty kick.

Mi Quang Ba Mua (Madam Mua Quang Noodles)

Mi Quang is the signature dish of Danang featuring chewy rice noodles that are tinted yellow using turmeric and a shallow pool of bone broth, topped with river shrimp, boiled quail eggs, and roast pork. In many eateries, you can also opt for other choices such as beef, chicken, snakehead fish, or eel. The dish is then topped with an array of fresh herbs such as; basil, lettuce, and coriander, along with peanuts and sliced banana blossoms. Lastly, green chili peppers, lime, and sesame rice crackers are added to give a special kick to the flavor.

Bang Trang Cuon Thit Heo ( Pork Roll)

A typical portion of Bang Trang Cuon Thit Heo includes a plate filled with pork, a bowl of rice noodles, sheets of rice paper, along with fresh herbs and vegetables. The meat is selected carefully and boiled to perfection so that you can savor the sweetness and tenderness in each bite. A large tray of vegetables is offered with lettuce, basil, bean sprouts, banana blossoms, onions, perilla, cabbage, cucumber and more. The dipping sauce is rich in flavor, giving you a taste of the sea, and the hot spicy chili peppers.

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