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Da Nang, Viet Nam

Welcome to Da Nang – a place to feel fresh, feel alive and feel free. As the tourism and events website, let us inspire your next travel tale.

Da Nang is a popular and well-known city in Vietnam. The city is also known as the “city by the sea”. Visit Da Nang to slip into the silken sea on a white-sand beach. Taste ocean-fresh seafood, unique regional dishes on meandering road trips. Making new friends, riding cable cars and viewing the stunning scenery. So, where to first?

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Thanh Khê

Thanh Khê is a popular district for picnic spots, leafy 29/3 Park, jogging paths and lakes. Nguyễn Tất Thành road’s long, sandy beach is backed by unpretentious streetside eateries serving tasty noodle dishes and grilled seafood. Popular open-air cafes, convenient family-run grocery shops, bars, clubs, karaoke hangouts line Hà Huy Tập road.


Sơn Trà

Lively Sơn Trà is home to Man Thai beach, popular for strolls, where fishermen using basket boats bring in the day’s catch. On Sơn Trà Mountain, tree-covered Ban Co Peak offers city and sea views, and Chùa Linh Ứng Buddhist temple has a large goddess statue. Home-style eateries specialize in seafood, and street vendors offer noodles and pancakes. Waterfront beer bars and jazz clubs have a modern, upscale vibe


Hải Châu

Busy, downtown Hải Châu is home to Gothic-style Danang Cathedral, known for its pink facade and stained-glass windows, and 7th-century artifacts at the Museum of Cham Sculpture. Foodstuffs, clothing, and street snacks are sold at outdoor Cồn Market. Noodle spots and simple Vietnamese eateries sit alongside European restaurants, and open-air cocktail and beer bars on Bạch Đằng street overlook the Han River.


Liên Chiểu

Quiet, suburban Liên Chiểu is known for the Hải Vân Pass, a winding mountain road with city and bay views, plus a ruined, French-era fortress at the summit. The hillside Suối Lương road passes small, forest-ringed swimming spots, and secluded beaches dot the area’s coastline. Stalls at busy Hoa Khanh Market sell fruit, flowers, and local snacks, while tiny cafes and eateries serve home-style broths and noodles.


Ngũ Hành Sơn

The Marble Mountains (Núi Ngũ Hành Sơn Đà Nẵng)

Marble Mountains is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngũ Hành Sơn District, south of Da Nang city in Vietnam. The five mountains are named after the five elements: Kim, Thuy, Moc, Hoa and Tho.


Hòa Vang

Hòa Vang is a rural district of Da Nang in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. It is bordered by Liên Chiểu and Cẩm Lệ Districts to the east, Thừa Thiên-Huế province to the north and northwest, and Quảng Nam province to the west and south.


Cẩm Lệ

Cẩm Lệ is an up-and-coming residential area that’s home to Center Expo, which hosts trade fairs and exhibitions in a modern building overlooking the Sông Cấm Lệ river. On Nguyễn Phước Lan road, simple cafes with leafy patios cater to a local crowd, and there are indie fashion boutiques, home goods stores, and small grocery shops. Hòa Xuân Stadium is the home ground of soccer’s top-division SHB Da Nang Football Club.

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Browse all the special deals and packages on the website. There are great savings on hotels in stunning locations. You’ll find fabulous deals throughout the year. Relax in the extraordinary natural beauty and enjoy fabulous local cuisines.

More about Da Nang, Viet Nam

Da Nang is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port. It’s a popular base for visiting the inland Bà Nà hills to the west of the city. Here the hillside Hải Vân Pass has views of Da Nang Bay and the Marble Mountains. These 5 limestone outcrops are topped with pagodas and hide caves containing Buddhist shrines.

Mi quang is Da Nang’s definitive dish, featuring rice noodles that are tinted yellow using turmeric and bone broth seasoned with fish sauce, black pepper, shallot, and garlic. Meat toppings include river shrimp, boiled quails eggs, and roast pork, though some eateries use fish, chicken and beef slices.

Wondering where to stay in Da Nang? Then search the accommodation on the website. There are options to suit various budgets, including B&Bs, classic pubs, motels, heritage guesthouses, as well as eco-retreats, luxury hotels and spa resorts.

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