What to See in Da Nang

We Visit Marble Mountains

The Marble Mountains are one of Vietnam's most popular attractions. They are located South of Danang, right on the street along ...

Ba Na Hill

A colonial French hill station established in 1919, Ba Na Hill is an immense mountain resort catering to local and foreign ...

Cham Museum

Host to the world’s largest collection of Cham sculpture, this museum is one of Danang’s leading attractions. Artefacts from the ...

Man Thai Fishing Village

Further along the coast towards Son Tra peninsula (also known as Monkey Mountain), you’ll see Da Nang’s main fishing village. ...

My Khe Beach

Da Nang’s most popular beach, My Khe is patrolled (thanks to the Da Nang Lifesaving Association) and full of local ...

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Linh Ung Pagoda

This pagoda about 8 kilometres from Danang and built on the cliffs of Son Thuy Mountain, commands breathtaking views of ...

Goddess of Mercy

The stark white frame of the Lady Buddha is a vision not dissimilar to Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer. ...

Marble Sculptures

Suitably located at the base of the Marble Mountains, you will find several venues that carve and sculpt marble. Many ...

Red Beach

Historically, Red Beach is known as the site where American marines first landed in Da Nang during the war. Called ...

My Khe Beach

Da Nang’s most popular beach, My Khe is patrolled (thanks to the Da Nang Lifesaving Association) and full of local ...

Dragon Bridge (Cau Rong)

This 666m long bridge is a testament to Danang’s growing economy. Officially opened on March 29, 2013 at a cost ...

Han Market

A place to linger, browsing a dizzying array of goods on two levels. From humble beginnings in the French colonial ...

Nature Reserve Song Thanh

Near the Laotian border is this remarkably preserved, yet little known national park which spreads over more than 90,000 hectares. ...

Danang Cathedral

This imposing, candy-pink cathedral is known locally by the slightly less imposing name ‘Rooster’ (Con Ga) Church. The name comes ...

Cham Museum

Host to the world’s largest collection of Cham sculpture, this museum is one of Danang’s leading attractions. Artefacts from the ...

We Visit Monkey Mountain

The Monkey Mountain is of of Danang's top attraction.  Simply referred to as Son Tra Peninsula, Vietnam's Monkey Mountain actually ...

We Visit Marble Mountains

The Marble Mountains are one of Vietnam's most popular attractions. They are located South of Danang, right on the street along ...

Ba Na Hill

A colonial French hill station established in 1919, Ba Na Hill is an immense mountain resort catering to local and foreign ...

Danang Museum

Set on three floors in a funky-looking building, the museum features artifacts and pictorial depictions of everyday life in Central ...

Man Thai Fishing Village

Further along the coast towards Son Tra peninsula (also known as Monkey Mountain), you’ll see Da Nang’s main fishing village. ...

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