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Da Nang

Da Nang

Da Nang

Located in the middle of Central Vietnam, between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang City is not only one of the biggest cities in Vietnam but also one of the cultural and educational centers as well as the most popular tourist destination of the S-shaped country. 

What to see and what to do in Da Nang?

Da Nang has many advantages to become one of the must-visit spots: spectacular scenery of many historical relics, Ngu Hanh Son, Ba Na, Son Tra peninsula, Ba Ba - Suoi Mo eco-tourism - Da Lat, Sapa of the Central Vietnam; Hai Van pass - the grandest pass; the typical tropical monsoon area with the high temperature; the close proximity to three world culture heritages: Hue ancient capital city, Hoi An Old Quarter and My Son Holy Land and the development of transportation. 

The beauty of Da Nang terrain is created by either coastal or mountains, along with the coast with many beautiful beaches such as Thanh Khe, My Khe, Non Nuoc, etc and the high and slop mountains stretching to the sea. 

Da Nang City welcomes travelers with not only the long coast with many beautiful beaches but also with the hospitality and the smile of 800,000 habitats.

Da Nang has things to suit all kinds of travelers: Museum of Cham outstanding with its rich collection of Cham artifacts for Vietnamese history’s scholars; My Khe beach for those who crave for more outdoors activities; Ba Na resort to get escape from the scorching heat; Son Tra peninsula with coral area for those who desire all kinds of services and these interesting festivals including: Cau Ngu festival, Hoa My village festival, Quan The Am festival, An Hai communal house, Muc dong festival and Tuy Loan village festival, etc for those who want to know more about Vietnamese culture.

What to eat and drink in Da Nang?

If the four bridges, which are considered as the four “misses”, are the symbols of Da Nang, its exquisite cuisine is the pride of local residents. 

When it comes to Da Nang’s tourism, one thing should not be missed is its wide range of authentic local cuisines at reasonable prices such as My Quang (Quang noodle); Banh Beo (rice cake with shrimp), Banh Nam, Banh Loc; Nam O fish salad; fish ball noodle soup; pork wrapped with pancake; Banh Xeo (sizzling cake); soup cake; bun mam (noodle salad with pork and anchovy fish sauce). 

These originally regional dishes, which can be easily found along Han River, at any local wet markets such as Con Market, Nguyen Tri Phuong market, Han market, Dong Da market, impress any traveler coming to this beautiful city. 

When to visit Da Nang?

The best time to visit Da Nang is from February to May. From June to August, Da Nang is extremely hot and sunny. From September to November, there are unpredictable rainstorms. From September to January, it often rains heavily so you cannot go out and enjoy sightseeing.