The Official Da Nang Travel Guide [MUST READ]

On the map, Da Nang city is in the middle of Vietnam, between Hue city and Hoi An city. Attracting nearly 9 millions of tourists in the peak year, it’s a leading destination in the country. This emergence is based on many advantages. The first one is the convenience in transport when Da Nang has an international airport, train station, bus stations and even a cruise port. No matter which vehicle travelers get, it’s convenient to go to Da Nang. Traffic here is not heavy, without traffic congestion and roads are very wide. Sure, getting around is easy and safe.

Furthermore, in and around Da Nang, there’re so many fantastic attractions. Some of them are world famous, like the Golden bridge or Hoi An. Beaches are awesome. Local foods are flavourful and special. So, a memorable trip definitely can be made, and that is what travelers want. Other reasons are cleanliness, good security, friendly people, non pollution and affordable price.

This travel guide provides everything travelers need to know about Da Nang city. Hopefully, it really helps to make your planning/researching stage easier. The city is also popular for expats who both live and work, besides Hoi An. So, if you are looking for your second hometown, why not Da Nang?

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An Introduction about Da Nang City

Da Nang city is a municipality in the central region of Vietnam. It’s home to 1,1 millions people, making it the fourth largest urbans in the country, behind Hanoi capital, Ho Chi Minh city and Hai Phong. As a regional capital, this has important facilities: an international airport (the 3rd busiest airports of Vietnam), a helicopter airport, a cruise port, railway station, bus station, river piers, and more. By that, travelers travel to and visit around it with conveniences.

For tourists, Da Nang is known for its lengthy coconut-lined white sandy beaches, magnificent Han river with creatively-designed bridges, majestic mountains with dense forests, and great food. Here, there are huge selections of places to stay, to suit any budget and likings. From Da Nang, day trips to every city’s main attraction or Unesco heritage sites at Hoi An and Hue are available daily.

Da Nang is also a good city to reside in, for both Vietnamese and expats. Reasons are the hospitality of local people, not high cost of living, good beaches, traffic convenience, and more. Local citizens are very proud to say that their city is the best liveable in Vietnam.


History of Da Nang

Champa Kingdom

Da Nang was inhabited by Cham people in 2nd century onwards. These Hindu followers built many temples around the city, such as Duong Le tower, and Cham wells are found everywhere. The name of Da Nang originates from Cham words ‘Da nak’ which means ‘the large estuary’ (the estuary of Han river in reality). Some historians say that Vietnamese people learnt how to make fish sauce from Cham people.

An hour away from Da Nang, there is My Son holy land where Cham kings celebrated Shiva god (national god) from 4th to 13rd centuries. It’s a Unesco world heritage site.

Dai Viet Kingdom

After the marriage between Huyen Tran, princess of Dai Viet kingdom and Che Man – the emperor of Champa kingdom in 1306, the lands to the north of Thu Bon river were controlled by Tran kings. Da Nang was in it. Because of the remoteness and rugged Hai Van pass – a natural wall, Vietnamese people didn’t come here to inhabit yet.

In 15th century, Le Thanh Tong king encouraged his subjects to move to the new territories and settle down. Hai Chau village was one of the oldest Vietnamese villages in Da Nang (nowadays, Hai Chau district). Besides planting rice and catching fish, these newcomers also extracted stone from the Marble mountains to carve sculptures. In fishing villages, locals have made fish sauce. 

French Colonial Time

The French-Spanish army attacked Da Nang in 1858, and this was the first invasion of Europeans into Vietnam. Although the campaign failed, it’s still a turning point in Vietnamese history. Tombs of soldiers who died were built in a hill near Tien Sa port, still remain. Later, thanks to military victories, French people were able to cede Vietnam’s territories gradually by treaties with Nguyen kings.   

 In 1889, French colonists established ‘Tourane city’ which is Da Nang today. This name originates from ‘Cua Han’ meaning ‘the estuary of Han river’ in Vietnamese language. Until 1945 – the end of World war II, they left many constructions: an airport, a train station connecting with trans-Vietnam railway, the Cham museum, city hall, a Catholic cathedral, and more. All of these buildings are in Hai Chau district, the city downtown. The Cham museum is home to the largest collection of Champa sculptures worldwide. 

Da Nang During the Vietnam War

The Red beach of Da Nang (today in Lien Chieu district) was the landing place of the first American combat troops to the South of Vietnam in 1965. This event was one of the turning points in the Vietnam war.

In Da Nang, there are many military bases and facilities due to its strategic location, including the Monkey Mountain facility, Tien Sha port, Marble Mountain facility, Da Nang air base, Nuoc Man airbase. Da Nang airport was polluted seriously by agent orange because it’s stored here prior to air forces using it to spray all over forests of the Annamite range. American professionals came back to this airfield and cleaned it up in 6 years. The total cost was 110 millions US dollars. All of above-mention facilities are still in use by the Vietnam’s People Army.

On the other hand, Vietcong communists hid inside caves of the Marble mountains, tunnels in local houses around the K20 village, and in hills of Hoa Vang district. On 29th March 1975, Da Nang was liberated by Vietnamese communists, before the fall of Saigon in the next month. To commemorate this date, the city named its central park ‘29/3 park’ and organized celebrations, such as the Da Nang international fireworks festival or boat racing festival.

Socialist Republic of Vietnam

After the Vietnam war, Da Nang was the capital of Quang Nam Da Nang province. In 1997, it became a municipality, separate from the current Quang Nam province. Nguyen Ba Thanh was the first city leader and he amazingly contributed to his beloved home city. In 2000, the 1st bridge spanning the Han river was constructed, connecting two parts of the city and its named ‘the Han river bridge’. Since then, Da Nang has emerged to be one of the fastest growing cities nationwide, and is known as the most worth-living city.

Location and How to Get to Da Nang

Where is Da Nang in Vietnam?

Da Nang city is in central Vietnam region, some 30 km north of Hoi An ancient city and 110 km south of Hue city. The distance between Da Nang and Hanoi capital is 775 km and it’s 950 km for Ho Chi Minh city.

Flights to Da Nang

Travelers can fly to Da Nang from 10 cities in Vietnam (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city, Hai Phong, Vinh, Buon Ma Thuot, Da Lat, Nha Trang, Can Tho, Phu Quoc, Van Don) and from many cities outside of Vietnam (such as Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, New Delhi, Mumbai, Taipei, etc). Because its international airport (code: DAD) is right in its centre, so it’s very convenient for those who travel by air. After landing, a short transfer is needed to go anywhere in Da Nang. This airport is the closest airport to Hoi An, and the travel time to Hoi An is 45 minutes. Now, it has two distinct terminals: T1 for domestic flights and T2 for outbound flights. Text us in whatsapp number +84968009827 or if you need a private transfer to Hoi An from the airport.

We recommend reading our travel guides about Da Nang international airport, How to get from Da Nang airport to Hoi An. We also have Da Nang city tour from airport.


It’s possible to get to Da Nang by train from all coastal/provincial cities between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city (including Ninh Binh, Vinh, Dong Hoi, Hue, Quy Nhon, Tuy Hoa, Nha Trang, Phan Rang, Phan Thiet). The Da Nang railway station is located in the heart of Da Nang, so it’s easy to have a transfer after landing, to anywhere in Da Nang. It takes 45 minutes to reach Hoi An by car or taxi.

Besides going to northern or southern cities in Vietnam, travelers also like traveling to Da Nang from Hue by train. The highlight is the experience on Hai Van pass which is famous for a rugged coastline, unspoiled beaches, and capes.


From Hoi An or Hue cities, going to Da Nang by car is popular. The distance is some 30 km and 90 km respectively, so the drive from Hoi An is around 45 mins and from Hue is 2 hours (via tunnel). If visit Hai Van pass, travelers need 30 mins more to reach its top and downhill then. The price is from 400,000 VND if departing from Hoi An and 1,500,000 VND from Hue. Read more information in How to get to Da Nang from Hoi An, and How to get to Da Nang from Hue.

Travelers also like a private car from Hoi An to Da Nang’s major transport hubs, including the airport, train station, central bus station and cruise port. Text us directly in whatsapp number +84968009827 to get a good price.


Getting to Da Nang from Hue by bus is one of the cheapest ways. The ride is from 2 to 3 hours, depending on the itinerary (with or without Hai Van pass) and where you stay. Tourist buses pick up at Hue city centre but local buses are only in Hue central bus station at 97 An Duong Vuong St.

There is no bus (except airport shuttle bus) going from Hoi An to Da Nang because the distance is quite short. Instead, travelers book a private car.

Those who travel across Vietnam can reach Da Nang by bus (and sleeper bus). The furthest cities possible are Hanoi capital, Da Lat and Nha Trang to the south. Local people living in cities in the Central highlands (Tay Nguyen), Quy Nhon, Dong Hoi, Phong Nha or Ninh Binh, get buses too. There is no airport in the above-mentioned places, and a private car is too expensive. We advise comparing between bus and train.

Cruise Ship

Da Nang has Tien Sa port where cruise ships can dock and the cruisers can explore the city (and the region) after that. Thanks to its prime location, right north to the city centre, travel time to every main attraction is less than 1 hour. Read further details in


Getting Around Da Nang City


If book a hotel around the Dragon bridge, visitors can walk to the main attractions of the city. There are the Museum of Cham sculpture, the Han market, Da Nang cathedral (aka the Pink church), the Han river bridge, the Da Nang museum, Son Tra night market, the statue of Fish transforming into Dragon, the Love lock bridge. Walking along the Han river waterfronts is safe and stunning.

Some travelers love walking to My Khe beach from the bridges area because the distance is not long, only 2 km on average.

Car and Taxi

To go around Da Nang city, travelers often book a private car, especially for a full-day trip. From its centre, the distance to the Marble mountains is 8 km and to Linh Ung pagoda (Lady Buddha) is 7,5 km. So, within 15 mins, travelers are in these top sights already to visit. To explore Hoi An old town, the drive is 45 mins long, and to marvel at the Golden hands bridge at Ba Na hills, it’s 40 mins long. Travel time to other popular attractions around Da Nang is less and more than an hour too (such as My Son sanctuary, Hai Van pass, hot springs park). To know more information, you can read our guide Da Nang private car and driver or contact us directly via whatsapp number +84968009827.

Taxi is similar, but the cost will be more expensive because it’s metered. Passengers pay extra if the driver waits more than 1 hour at the sightseeing places.


The motorbike is definitely the most convenient and cheapest in Vietnam. One full-day rental price ranges from 100,000 to 200,000 VND only, without gasoline (always around 1 USD per liter). Thankfully, Da Nang is planned better than other populous cities in the country, and the traffic here is much lighter. Our tip is selecting the wide boulevards to go (they connect all famous places together, and with the city downtown). 

The best way to reach the Son Tra peninsula, the Marble mountains or Hoi An is the coastal road – Vo Nguyen Giap Rd (named after a general). To Ba Na hills and the Golden Bridge, the Ba Na – Suoi Mo Rd is no bout the best option, and it’s very spacious. More information in

For explorers, riding to the top of Hai Van pass or Son Tra peninsula is on their bucket list. Automatic bikes are prohibited to reach the peaks of Son Tra mountain (aka the Monkey mountain) after accidents. Travelers can ride on the beautiful coastal road to the Intercontinental hotel and back. In the case of Hai Van pass, all bikes are allowed. If don’t have experience or are not confident, you can hire a local driver (such as Easy riders).


Da Nang has a wide network of public buses. Visitors can go around the city with a cheap ticket price. One of them picks up passengers at both terminals of the International airport. Keep in mind that no public us to Ba Na hills or Lady Buddha. The bus from Da Nang to Hoi An was in operation but now shut down. Buses in Da Nang are clean, not smelly and air-conditioned.


Da Nang Accommodation: Where to Stay in Da Nang?

How Many Days Should I Spend in Da Nang?

We recommend staying overnight in Da Nang for 3 days. During three days, travelers have time enough to explore the city, its famous attractions and its cuisine. Must see places here are the Marble mountains, Linh Ung pagoda with Lady Buddha, Ba Na Hills with Golden bridge, My Khe beach or Non Nuoc beach and Hoi An (outside of Da Nang but nobody misses this heritage town). You can see our suggested itinerary for 3 days in Da Nang in

If possible, one more day is suggested to have a day trip to Hue ancient capital city (from 1802 to 1945). It boasts a complex of royal sites inscribed by Unesco, and sophisticated culinary culture.

For a longer holiday, travelers can use their time to visit My Son sanctuary (half day), Cham islands (full day), or any amusement park.  

Areas to Stay in Da Nang

Da Nang is not small, so there are many areas for travelers to stay overnight. Each area provides plenty of accommodation options. In general, the city has hotels suitable for all budgets and purposes of travel. These are popular tourist areas:

– Han river waterfronts: between Thuan Phuoc bridge and Tran Thi Ly bridge, a lot of high-rise hotels (such as Novotel, Hilton, Vinpearl Waterfront, Haian Waterfront, Brilliant, Grand Mercure, Vanda, etc)

– My Khe beach: a heap of tall hotels overlooking the sea, including some luxury brands, the best beach of Da Nang is just in the front

– Non Nuoc beach: southeast of Da Nang, numerous prime hotels and resorts (such as Marriott, Melia Vinpearl, Naman, Grand Sheraton, Hyatt Regency, TIA Wellness, Furama, etc)

– Between the river and the beach: Son Tra and Ngu Hanh Son districts, cheaper than waterfronts and not too far from the beach or the river

– Son Tra peninsula or Ba Na hills is exclusive thanks to advantage of remoteness/isolation and weather

Please see pros and cons of all areas to stay in Da Nang here to choose your favourite.

Da Nang or Hoi An?

Da Nang and Hoi An are equally deserving to stay overnight. If you have time, we still recommend booking a hotel in these two and explore each city during the stay.

Compared to Hoi An, Da Nang is closer to the airport (the airport is within it). So, travelers can save time when transfers are skipped. If plan to see all of the most well-known attractions in the area, Da Nang is more convenient. Within an hour, travelers can go to Hoi An, Ba Na hills with the Golden bridge, the Marble mountains, Linh Ung pagoda or My Son sanctuary. About the cost, it’s possible to save money. A day trip to Hue won’t be too long aslo.

However, the night activities in Da Nang are quite limited, especially for westerners. Hoi An is known for skilled tailors who nearly complete a suit within 24hrs. If like to have some garments, a hotel is easier to go for fittings. Read more information in our article about Da Nang or Hoi An: which is better?.


Da Nang Weather and The Best Time to Visit

Da Nang weather is characterized by two distinct seasons: the dry season stretching from January to the end of August, and the rainy season (or the wet season) from October to December. The ‘third season’ is the nickname for the time in which typhoons hit the city. Some areas are flooded, and everything will be shut down if one typhoon comes for safety reasons.

In general, the best times to visit Da Nang in the year are from January to May, and September. During these periods, the temperature isn’t high and it doesn’t rain a lot. The sky is clear, so it’s perfect for sightseeing and other outdoor activities. It’s always sunny and the water is not cold either. Definitely, those who love going swimming or getting tanned, it’s ideal. One of the most famed places in Da Nang, the Golden hands bridge is at an elevation of 1,414 meters. During the rainy season, this iconic building is cloudy or impossible to see.

Read more details in Da Nang monthly weather and the Best time to visit Da Nang.


Things to Do in Da Nang in the Day

There are so many things to do in Da Nang city throughout the day. Absolutely, travelers have an unforgettable time here. On the beach, visitors can relax, sunbathe, go swimming, and join water sports (like surfing). In Son Tra mountain, discoverers may like hiking and trekking to its peaks (700 meters in height) and go paragliding from the summit. Here, a jeep tour allows you to see red shanked douc monkeys, one of the most endangered primates globally. Off the coastline, snorkeling or diving is possible. In Da Nang downtown, visitors can roam around and taste local street foods or go shopping in traditional day markets. Please read more information in our comprehensive articles about Things to Do in Da Nang, and the Best Things to Do in Da Nang.


Things to Do in Da Nang at Night

At night, first timers will go to Son Tra night market for street foods and buying souvenirs, and watch the fire and water show at the Dragon bridge. The show is available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Many visitors love seeing the city and its bridges from a cruise boat on the Han river. At the top of venues along the waterfronts, rooftop and sky bars are stunning to visit. From there, a fascinating city view is provided, with a terrific beverage. Immersing yourself in a special treatment at a local spa or a street food sampling tour are other things to do.

During the summertime, visitors can marvel at amazing performances in the Da Nang international fireworks festival. It’s the largest, most exciting event in town. Additionally, an evening experience in Hoi An old town is not missed by anybody.

See all of what you can do in Da Nang at night in


Tourist Attractions in Da Nang

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The Marble Mountains

10 km from Da Nang city centre – the Dragon bridge, the Marble mountains or Five-elements mountain is a group of 5 spectacular marble hills. They rise suddenly from the surroundings, between a river and the Pacific ocean. The highest mountain is Hon Thuy Son, 108 meters above sea level, and it’s the main attraction. Around its top, there are Buddhist temples, caves and caverns, peaks and viewpoints, connected by many stairs. Please see full details in

At the foot of Hon Thuy Son, Am Phu cave is the longest in Da Nang. Its name means ‘the hell’.

Ba Na Hills and the Golden Bridge

Ba Na hills is a French hill station established in 19th century, and now is a world-famous tourist attraction. Thanks to its elevation – above 1,400m, it’s always cool, and the view from here is exceptional. Surrounded by dense forests, this place also has castles, church, hotels, temples, restaurants, water fountain, a theme park, and a series of performances throughout the day.     

The Golden bridge (or the Golden hands bridge) is a part of Ba Na hills. It opened in 2018, and quickly then became well-known by travelers around the world. Visitors will enjoy seeing and photographing a glorious bridge holded by two massive rock-like hands. Read further information in

The Museum of Cham Sculpture

This museum was established in 1919 to preserve sophisticated sculptures carved by Cham people. It’s home to 2,000 artifacts now, the largest collection worldwide. See full details here.

Linh Ung Pagoda and the Lady Buddha

Linh Ung pagoda is the highlight of Son Tra peninsula. It’s the largest Buddhist temple in Da Nang and has the tallest Lady Buddha in Vietnam, 67 meters. Both stand on the top of a hill by the coast, so the view is breathtaking. There are plenty of marble sculptures and ornamental trees around their ground. Definitely, visitors have many photo opportunities.  

The Asia Park and Sun Wheel

The Asia park (nowadays Sun world Danang wonders) is an amusement park in the heart of Da Nang. From anywhere, its observation wheel (so called the Sun wheel) is visible. This construction features a height of 115 meters, making it top 10 tallest wheels in the world. Below, there are 10 zones with iconic landmarks from ten countries in Asia, kool rides and rolls. Full details in

Beaches in Da Nang

Da Nang has a long coastline with small white-sandy beaches at the foot of Hai Van pass and Son Tra peninsula, and non-stop beaches that stretch for miles. The most famous beach here is My Khe beach, and it’s praised by Forbes magazine as one of 6 sexiest beaches globally. To the southwest, heavenly Non Nuoc beach is known as ‘the Rivera of Vietnam’ because numerous resorts fully line it. If seek somewhere less busy, Tien Sa beach is nearly private and ideal for everything. Non-touristy beaches are along Nguyen Tat Thanh Rd, beside the bay.

Nui Than Tai Hot Springs Park

Than Tai hot springs park is famous for locally-sourced natural hot springs. It’s only in Da Nang. Besides outdoor and indoor thermal streams and pools, this tourist area has a mini waterpark with some rides and a swimming pool, an entertainment building, spas, restaurants and hotel. No surprises that it attracts families with kids. Read more details here.

Hoa Phu Thanh Tourist Area

Close to Than Tai hot springs park, visitors come to Hoa Phu Thanh tourist area to go water rafting. This activity is available in the dry months only, and the safe days in the rainy season. It starts in the morning, and not in the afternoon.

The Mikazuki Waterpark

The Mikazuki waterpark is the first, largest indoor waterpark in Da Nang. It’s a part of a Japanese entertainment and leisure complex by the Red beach. This place definitely is for families with kids or groups of young friends or companies. See full information in

Bridges of Da Nang

Da Nang is nicknamed ‘the city of bridges’. It has 5 bridges spanning the Han river – the mother river. The most well known bridge is the Dragon bridge, one of 6 most unique bridges internationally.



Eating in Da Nang – Food and Places

Da Nang is known for many delicious foods. Firstly, seafood here is abundant and available in months of good weather. Travelers will see lobsters, squids, fishes, oysters, crab, shrimp/prawn, stingray, clams, scallops and more, and they are alive or fresh. Guests can pick living ones straight from aquariums in which they’re still breathing. The price is not too high.

The best known local dishes are ‘bun cha ca’ (fish cake noodle) and ‘banh trang cuon thit heo’ (thinly-sliced boiled pork, wrapped with raw vegetables and herbs, anchovy sauce). Pancakes, mi quang noodle, grilled pork noodle, and grilled pork skewers are also liked by many tourists. See other local food specialties of Da Nang in

These are places where travelers can go to try local dishes:

– Han market or Con market

– Son Tra night market or Helio night market

– Seafood restaurants by My Khe beach

– Fine dining restaurants in the downtown (around the Han market, Pink church)

– Streets around Da Nang cathedral

In addition, travelers shouldn’t miss ‘La Rue beer’ – the local beer brand of the city. Huda beer is another option, produced in Hue city.

Shopping in Da Nang – What and Where to Buy

If don’t go to Hoi An old town – a paradise for shoppers and shopaholics, travelers can go to these places/buildings to see and buy souvenirs:

– Traditional Vietnamese markets: Han market, Con market

– Night markets: Son Tra night market, Helio night market

– Non Nuoc stone carving village at the Marble mountains

– Shops around Han market

– Shopping mall, supper market: Big C, Vincom center

– Duty-free shops at the airport

Anything special for Da Nang? Yes, Da Nang is known for a variety of tropical products and handicraft items. There are coffee, cashew nuts, dried fruits, dried seafood, sweet cakes, candies, non la – conical hat, ao dai – Vietnamese national costume/long dress, and more. The prices are not too high, but bargaining is still needed to avoid any disappointments.

Everywhere around the city, sellers don’t speak English well, so online translation is necessary while you’re shopping around.


All Guided Tours in Da Nang

Main article: Day Trips from Da Nang

Da Nang City Tour

A guided Da Nang city tour allows visitors to see the city’s landmarks and learn about local culture and history. For a half day, the Marble mountains and Monkey mountain tour is the best choice. The morning tour departs at 8 am and the afternoon one starts at 2 pm.

In a full-day Da Nang city tour, besides the Marble mountains and Monkey mountain, travelers can see the Museum of Cham sculpture, Han market, Da Nang cathedral and bridges. Of course, a lunch with Vietnamese foods is included or we can recommend the best Vietnamese eatery in town to eat.  

An evening Da Nang city tour introduces visitors to the Asia park with a 115-meters-tall wheel (a ride here sure!), bridges, a night cruise on Han river, night markets and yummy street foods. From Hoi An, it’s available too. Contact us at whatsapp number +84968009827 or to reserve the tours.

Da Nang to Hoi An Tours

Hoi An old town is a must see in the area. Many travelers stay in this town to enjoy its charm and join activities, but we think that it’s not too necessary to do that.

A Hoi An day trip from Da Nang includes the Marble mountains and a fun-filled basket boat ride in the morning, and the heritage town in the afternoon and evening. Lunch will be served with Vietnamese foods at a local family. In the town, travelers have their time to make customized suits, go around to see lanterns, the daily life of people and landmarks from different nationalities.

If just see the town and prefer the evening, Hoi An night tour from Da Nang is a good choice. Not just sightseeing, travelers will try tasty local dishes, cruise the river by boat and release wishing lanterns, wander around night markets and enjoy a great atmosphere.

Ba Na Hills and the Golden Bridge Tours

Ba Na hills and its Golden bridge are world-famous attractions. It draws millions of tourists yearly, from different parts of the planet.

In a full-day Ba Na hills and the Golden bridge from Da Nang, travelers can go anytime in the morning. The bridge will be firstly visited, and here, visitors have many opportunities to take pictures. Before having lunch in a buffet restaurant, flower gardens, Linh Ung pagoda and wine cellar are sightseeing places. Nui Chua summit, amusement park, French village and others are in the afternoon.

For those who like to see the Golden bridge, have a quick look at other sights and skip the theme park, a half-day Golden bridge tour is suitable. In the ‘sunrise tour’, travelers are advised to depart at 6:30 am to avoid the crowds and the heat. The ‘sunset tour’ starts at 2 pm.

During the dry months, the Ba Na hills by night tour covers the sunset at the Golden bridge, evening experience in the French village and dine out with a buffet. This is one of the best options to beat the crowds.

Da Nang to Hue Tour       

Hue is the ancient capital city of Vietnam. Here, Nguyen kings ruled Vietnam from 1802 to 1945. For that reason, it has so many grand imperial buildings and special local cuisine. With a guide, travelers understand the history and culture.

A day trip from Da Nang to Hue focuses on Unesco-inscribed places in Hue, including the Imperial city and Forbidden purple city, Thien Mu pagoda and Khai Dinh tomb or Tu Duc tomb. Lunch is served with Hue’s local dishes and regional food with good portions. On the way to Hue, the bus goes up to the top of Hai Van pass and stops at Lang Co lagoon. Scenery in these places are mind blowing that stretch from mountains to the sea.

Cham Island Tour from Da Nang

Cham archipelago marine park was recognized as a Unesco biosphere reserve because of its wealthy underwater life. To visit the main island and enjoy a snorkeling experience, travelers can book a day trip from Da Nang. Lunch is served with Vietnamese foods, seafood and some local specialties but vegetarian options are also available. See full details here.

Bach Ma National Park from Da Nang

Not too far from Da Nang, Bach Ma national park is famous for its richness of wildlife, cool weather, and peaceful streams with rock pools and high waterfalls. From the summit, the view is 360oC and just breath-taking. Contact us directly at whatsapp number +84968009827 or to ask for more details and the price.

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