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Ba Na Hills

Ba Na HillsNearby City

4.6/5924 Reviews
Mountain
Open all day (Local time)
Located 40 kilometers west of Da Nang, Ba Na Hills is now an integrated entertainment site with premium hotels, aerial cableways and theme parks. Ba Na Hills cableway is very distinctive, overlooking the primeval forest from a high altitude, as if you have been transported to a fairyland. Atop the mountain, visitors will find the Linh Ung Bai But Temple. Within the temple, there is a huge alabaster Goddess of Mercy who guards and protects the entirety of the Ba Na Hills.
My Khe Beach

My Khe BeachNearby City

4.6/5725 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
My Khe Beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Da Nang. With soft, fine sands and clear ocean water, it is a very desirable location to visit. Go early in the morning if you want to watch the beautiful sunrise over the sea. Aside from walking on the beach, you can enjoy the sea view or rent a lounge chair for sunbathing. There are also many water sports for you to take advantage of, including jetskis, banana boats and parasailing. Treat yourself to the many seafood restaurants around the beach.
Da Nang Cathedral

Da Nang CathedralNearby City

4.2/5388 Reviews
Church
Opening hours 11:30-14:00; Mass time: Monday-Saturday 5:30, 17:30, Sunday 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 15:30, 17:30. (Local time)
Da Nang Cathedral is a Catholic Church built during Vietnam's French Colonial Period. This occidental church's tall clock tower is a local landmark. The whole church is a pale pink color. It's very beautiful with large stained-glass windows in the medieval style. Whenever Mass is being celebrated, the church's atmosphere is quite lively. You can go take a look for yourself.
Dragon Bridge

Dragon BridgeNearby City

4.3/5251 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
The Long Bridge spans over the Han River. This bridge is magnificent and has become one of the landmarks of Da Nang. Especially at night, the bridge is transformed with various colors under the lighting, which is very beautiful. Every weekend night, the mouth of the faucet will also emit a fire tongue and white water mist, which will attract many citizens and tourists to stop and watch.
Downtown Da Nang

Downtown Da NangNearby City

4.4/5739 Reviews
Country/City
Open all day (Local time)
Da Nang City is located in central Vietnam with Hue to the north and Nha Trang to the south. The magnificent Marble Mountains rise up out of the center of the city. Nui Son Tra protects the city to the northeast. There is a wide, natural harbor. Da Nang City has many historical and cultural monuments. The Museum of Cham Sculpture is an excellent place to visit. There are also long stretches of tranquil beach and many resorts and restaurants. This is one of Vietnam's best resort cities. Given its location, Da Nang offers a variety of seafood at supremely affordable prices.
Lang Co  Beach

Lang Co BeachNearby City

4.4/544 Reviews
Beach
Nui Son Tra

Nui Son TraNearby City

4.5/5319 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
Nui Son Tra is on the northeastern side of Da Nang. It is largely covered in forest and the scenery is entrancing. On the south side of the mountain, about halfway to the top, visitors will come across the Linh Ung Bai But Temple. With it's 65-meter tall alabaster white Guanyin overlooking Da Nang's urban landscape, it's not only a nice place to burn incense and pray but also a beautiful scenic view. At the very peak of Nui Son Tra, there's a helipad from the Vietnam War left behind by the American military. It is now a scenic overlook. To the west of the Nui Son Tra there's a tiny beach called Tien Sa. Near the beach there is a memorial plaque and a small church.
Museum of Cham Sculpture

Museum of Cham SculptureNearby City

4.3/5143 Reviews
Museum
7:00-17:00 daily. (Local time)
The Clan Sculpture Museum was built in 1915. The museum preserves the 7th-century Champo stone carvings and pottery carvings unearthed from Huangping Province to Pingding Province. There are nearly a thousand fine works of art. These complex carved sandstone artifacts are all cultural relics unearthed from various parts of Vietnam. It is worth a special trip to visit Da Nang. There is a restoration model of Meishan Champo in the pavilion. It is said that the shape of this museum is similar to that of the Cham Tower style, and the exterior wall is painted yellow, which makes it more conspicuous in the downtown area.
Hoi An Old Town

Hoi An Old TownNearby City

4.4/5773 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Open all day (Local time)
Hoi An Old Town is about 30 kilometers from the city of Da Nang. This is an ancient city filled with ethnic Chinese architecture and people. Dotted with Chinese and Japanese-style buildings, there are a number of mutually beneficial societies including the Fujian Society, the Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Society, the Huizhou Society, the Hainan Society and the Chinese Society. During daylight hours, Hoi An Old Town is bustling. Consider strolling along the streets poking your head into the small shops or stopping for a cup of coffee in a café. Once night falls, Hoi An Old Town is very charming. It transforms into a world of lanterns lit in a variety of colors. Wherever you look, lanterns of all shapes and sizes are hung high illuminating the street below.
Hai Van Mountain

Hai Van MountainNearby City

4.4/593 Reviews
Mountain
Hai Van Mountain is the natural boundary between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Da Nang City. Hai Van Mountain is majestic and poetic. The peak looks far into the sea. Two sentry towers along the pass, with one left by French colonists and the other by American troops during the Vietnam War, seem to tell a detailed account of Vietnam's two sad histories. The winding mountain highway of Hai Van Mountain and Lang Co Bay along the road have been selected by National Geographic magazine as one of must-go places in life.