Regarded as one of the most livable cities in Vietnam, Da Nang - the coastal city on Central Vietnam captivates visitors round the world with its exceptionally beautiful scenery and a hospitable climate. Traveling to Da Nang, therefore, will promisingly bring forth plenty of unforgettable memories for any travelers.
Such a wonderful coastal city!
When it comes to Da Nang, there comes a scenic picture of a peaceful city with fresh air, clean turquoise blue ocean that is embraced by white sandy beaches shining brilliantly under the sun. This city is also renowned under other intimate nicknames, such as “Kingdom of beaches” or “Happy Coastal City”. With heaps of magnificent beaches, among which My Khe has been proudly ranked one of the top 6 most attractive beaches on the planet by Forbes, the leading American economic journal, other spectacular beaches include Pham Van Dong, Non Nuoc, North My An, Nam O, Thanh Binh.
Especially, along the road from Pham Van Dong Beach, you’ll pay a visit to Linh Ung Temple (Chùa Linh Ứng) where you’ll be rewarded with incredible views of the gorgeous sun-drenched beach. Additionally, you may travel to other famous tourist destinations within Quang Nam Province, typically among which Hoi An Ancient Town stands out vividly. Taking a 30 minute ride on motorbike from the downtown of Da Nang, passing Ngu Hanh Son mountains, you’ll wind up pottering around the lantern town in Hoi An.
Da Nang Scenery
Discovering the city's civilization and tranquility
In addition to wondrous coastal scenery and loads of interesting sports in the sea, many other options come along with a heap of 'must-see' destinations in Da Nang, including Ba Na Hills, Asia Park with the top-ten-largest-worldwide Sun Wheel, Helio Center, or artificial waterfall sliding, and so on. With those attractions, Da Nang is an excellent location for any visitors of all ages and from all walks of life, for instance, from backpackers to families to flock there for their restful and cheerful vacations.
It's supremely beautiful, isn't it?
As a coastal city in the middle of Vietnam, Da Nang highlights a superb and subtle cuisine mixture of many different regions across the country. Specifically, it's a moderate combination of a highly spiced taste of Hue’s and a salty flavor of ocean salt with a sophisticated style of dressing, all together featuring a pleasant and distinctive essence of the local cuisine. Coming there, you must enjoy bun cha ca (fish cake noodle soup) and other noodles with various fish. And what’s else? Cau Mong rare beef (bê thui Cầu Mống), Quang noodle (mì Quảng) and snail escargot (ốc hút or spicy trap-door snails) are other local delicacies that you’ll never find the same fantastic taste elsewhere as you have there in the city.
Woop Woop, Seafood! Go for it!
Things for your consideration
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Da Nang Downtown
Stroll around to watch several landmarks like the administration Building, some famous bridges with distinctive architecture, etc.
Shop local stuff as souvenirs
Enjoy seafood at night restaurants along Pham Van Dong Beach
Lunch at some restaurants there, well, it doesn't cost you much.
Bathe in the sea in the morning and late afternoon. Don't miss the chance to welcome the sunrise and bid farewell to sunset on My Khe Beach.
Bathe and walking along the beach during the day
Adore the Dragon Bridge spraying fire and water at 9pm - 10pm on Saturday and Sunday
Visit Thuan Kieu Bridge - the highest one in the city where you can witness a gorgeous bay nestled to Son Tra Peninsula
Da Nang Environs
Book a tour to Ba Na Hills and Son Tra Peninsula
Motorcycle to the Chess-Board Peak on Son Tra Peninsula
Climb Non Nuoc Mountain Cluster, which hosts some Buddhist Temples and limestone caves
Along the way to Hoi An from the downtown, stop at Crown Hotel at 9pm on Saturday and Sunday to watch water spraying musical performances
Potter around the town that is home to an artistic architecture fusion
Motorcycle to Cua Dai Beach to bathe or watch about
Enjoy Cao Lau and My Quang (Quang Noodle)
Take a boat tour on Thu Bon River around the town at night
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Da Nang City
Nguyen Hong Phuc (author) from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on February 23, 2021:
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Nguyen Hong Phuc (author) from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on November 23, 2016:
Nguyen Hong Phuc (author) from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on April 22, 2016:
Huge thanks. People seem to avoid such long writings, but you are great to go through all of them ^^ Thanks Thanks
bud_saint on April 22, 2016:
I've never been there before, but I think I found a reason to go now. Thanks buddy. I'm reading all of your writings, they're useful.
Nguyen Hong Phuc (author) from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on December 21, 2015:
Thanks a lot, Greatstuff. Though I spent a week there, I didn't have a chance to potter around and discover more. Anyway, 'd love to see you around this town again before long. If you wanna share of your journey to VN, please drop me some lines here. Thanks! Merry X-mas and Happy New Year.
Mazlan A from Malaysia on December 20, 2015:
I was in Danang a few years back when Air Asia flew to this historic town, but i did'nt spent much time here as our group was heading for Hoi Ann and Hue. Great photos and well written travelogue!