Where to go to have a panoramic view of Da Nang? Perhaps this is a question many people ask when they want to experience the discovery of a “liveable city” from a different, new and more interesting perspective. There are quite a few places near and far from the center. Let’s learn about 10 places with panoramic views of Da Nang city to choose from for yourself at a check-in point. And this is probably something that Da Nang tourists always look forward to discovering, please refer to this article to get enough information.
Da Nang is known as one of the most livable cities in Vietnam. It is also a city of tourism with many beautiful and famous attractions such as Ngu Hanh Son, Ba Na Hills, Son Tra peninsula, Han river, … along with countless attractive activities for visitors. experience. If someone said that Da Nang is boring, there is nothing to play is completely wrong. Here you can comfortably swim and watch the sunrise, explore the most beautiful beaches in the city, have fun in high-class entertainment areas, camp overnight or kayak on the Han River, diving coral viewing, etc.
In general, Da Nang has never disappointed people. However, one experience you should not miss is finding a tourist destination in Da Nang with a panoramic view of the city, to see and feel how beautiful this place is.
Coming here, finding an address for you to do this experience is not difficult. From natural attractions to bars, cafes… The capture of the whole city from above will surely make you excited. From the location of these places can take many beautiful pictures. If you don’t believe it, try it. Here are 10 such places that dulichkhampha24 would like to suggest to you.
3 places to enjoy the panoramic view of Da Nang city far from the center
The path to the top of Ban Co Peak
The road to the top of the winding mountain is a journey where you can experience many beautiful and poetic landscapes of Son Tra peninsula. Moving on the road sometimes follows the poetic coastal arc with pristine beaches and sometimes through the luxuriant green trees. The sun and wind of the sea mixed with the wetness of the forest trees make the journey to Ban Co very emotional.
To reach the top of Ban Co, you have to climb a rather steep and steep staircase. According to legend, there were two fairies he sat playing chess on the top of Son Tra mountain, but for many days he was still inconclusive. Then one day, the fairies flew down to the beach to bathe, while ignoring the fairy playing, a fairy was defeated by the opponent. Annoyed, the fairy stomped his foot on the rock, kicked the chessboard into the sea, and then flew to the sky. According to that legend, people have placed a statue of De Thich sitting alone on a rock shaped like a chessboard and the top of Ban Co got its name from there. Going through the road from the foot of the peninsula to the top of Ban Co, all fatigue is dispelled thanks to the vast space like a fairyland. Standing on this 700m high point, you can see the whole of Da Nang. In the distance is a bustling city bustling with buildings and the famous nine bridges spanning the Han River.
Linh Ung Pagoda on Son Tra Peninsula
From My Khe beach – the central beach of Da Nang, follow the road about 6km to the peninsula, you will stop in front of the temple gate. On the way, even if you are the first person to Da Nang, you cannot get lost, because from afar, you can see the tall statue of Quan Am showing the way. The road is very easy to go, along the paved road of Son Tra peninsula. This is a wonderfully beautiful coastal road. On the way, there are very beautiful reeds and trees, you can stop and take pictures, take romantic moments with nature here.
Coming to Linh Ung Pagoda in Da Nang, a fairly large space, the grounds are planted with trees, decorated with bonsai and statues of 18 Arhats right in front of the upper hall. On the right side of the pagoda is the location of a statue of Quan Am over 60m high. From the main hall, you come here to burn incense, first standing in front of the upper Quan yin, then the majestic god of wealth looking at the sea. At this yard, you can zoom in on the panoramic view of Da Nang city very clearly. With the cool blue sea in front, the best time to take pictures from Linh Ung Pagoda is at noon, and early afternoon, when the light shines directly on the glittering, blue sea. And at night, watching the city go up to the temple is also a great experience at Linh Ung Pagoda.
Non Nuoc Mountains
Marble Mountains, also known as Non Nuoc, has long been considered a symbol of the city as well as an attractive tourist destination of Da Nang. Coming here, you will admire the beauty of 5 limestone mountains, including Thuy Son, Kim Son, Moc Son, Hoa Son and Tho Son. Not only that, but you can also explore many mysterious caves and visit many sacred temples such as Tam Thai pagoda, Linh Ung pagoda, Huyen Khong cave, Am Phu cave, etc. In particular, you will have the opportunity. Stand on the craggy peaks to take pictures, and admire the majesty of the mountains located right on the white sand bank. The most interesting is the city view with high-rise buildings and green beaches.
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