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8 places to visit in Da Nang that make you love this city than ever

Da Nang – the most livable city in Vietnam, is there anything special that makes the foot-crazy association fall in love? 

Located in the South Central Coast region, Da Nang is known by many international friends for its dynamic and colorful urban image. Da Nang is a significant hub of culture, education, health, politics, economy, and society in addition to being home to the Golden Bridge, which is concealed behind the morning mist, and the monument of a carp that transforms into a dragon, which glitters under the light of fireworks. Not as magnificent as Saigon or well-organized in Hanoi, on your own, you will realize the interference between the “old” and “now” elements in the architecture and the daily life of the people.

Son Tra Peninsula

Son Tra Peninsula
Son Tra Peninsula

Also nicknamed “green fairy”, Son Tra Peninsula is 3.439 hectares wide – possessing a cool year-round climate and the most diverse flora and fauna in Da Nang. There’s something wrong with the Son Tra Peninsula but haven’t harvested the “thousand-like photo set” yet… a bit wrong. The nature here is famous for being wild and poetic, from Ban Co Peak, Black Rock Beach, Mui Nghe, Tien Sa Beach, But Beach to the Thousand-Year-Old Banyan Tree…

Linh Ung Pagoda on Bai But, Son Tra Peninsula is also a tourist destination worth considering in Da Nang. This is a new project with the largest scale in the famous Linh Ung Pagoda series in Da Thanh. You can see the statue of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, 67 meters high – recognized by UNESCO as the tallest statue of Avalokitesvara in Southeast Asia.

Nam O Reef

Nam o Reef
Nam o Reef

From the center of Da Nang city, you go to the northwest about 17km to reach Nam O Reef – a pristine beach and picnic spot that is “in the wild” in the tourism community in Da Thanh. Still new to tourists from afar, few would expect that Nam O Reef has been a familiar rendezvous of locals since the 60s of the last century. Nam O Reef is divided into two main areas: Reef (300 meters long, 50 meters wide with many natural rocks) and Reef (located next to Reef but smaller). Listening to the waves crashing on the rocky shore, admiring the rustic yet poetic nature, or enjoying fresh and cheap seafood in a fishing village is a series of favorite picnic activities in Nam O Reef. The journey to discover the nature of Da Nang is beckoning.

Hoi An Ancient Town

Located in downstream of Thu Bon River, is about 30km south of Da Nang city center. This place used to be a busy trading port in the second half of the 16th century, frequented by Japanese and Chinese merchants. Although more or less changed after being ravaged by war, the cultural, religious and artistic imprints of hundreds of years still seem to still exist clearly in this gentle neighborhood. , do not miss famous tourist attractions such as the Assembly Hall of Chaozhou Chinese Congregation, Phung Hung Ancient House, Church of the Tran family, Museum of Culture and History…

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Hoa Phu Thanh Waterfall 

Hoa Phu Thanh Waterfall 
Hoa Phu Thanh Waterfall

Don’t call yourself an “adrenaline addict” if you have not conquered the arduous waterfall slide in Hoa Phu Thanh tourist area, Da Nang. Armed with life jackets and helmets, climb into a rubber boat and be ready to howl as you weave through a fast-flowing stream or get your heart pumping at the sudden rapids that appear in the 3 km-long waterfall journey. Surely you and your BFFs will reap countless moments of laughter and tears in Hoa Phu Thanh. Don’t forget to swim, zipline, and fish massage too.

Challenge you in Hoa Phu Thanh Waterfall, you will see the deep beauty inside Da Nang not only dreaming and peaceful but also powerful and creative.

Cham Island

It would be a big mistake not to mention it in the list of attractive destinations near Da Nang. Also known as “Chiem Real Lao”, Cu Lao Cham is described as a tropical paradise spread over an area of ​​15km2, with cool breezes scented with salt, romantic white sand beaches and vast natural green carpets. . The ideal time to travel to Cu Lam Cham is from March to August because at this time the sea is at a “peaceful” level, suitable for visitors to participate in physical activities such as swimming, diving to see corals. , fishing, or visiting historical sites.

My Son Sanctuary 

You are invited to visit My Son Sanctuary to “transmigrate” to the Champa Kingdom of many centuries ago and be immersed in the unique art-architecture space. It takes about 1 hour by car to ; However, the discoveries this place has to offer will make every journey worth it. My Son Sanctuary used to be a place of burial and worship for the kings and royal families of Champa, known as one of the main centers of Hinduism in Southeast Asia. There is a limited area but owns up to 7 art styles divided into 10 different groups; From here, visitors can imagine the daily life and beliefs of the Cham Pa people in the most glorious period of development. My Son Sanctuary was designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.

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Ba Na Hills

Ba Na Hill
Ba Na Hill

Located at an altitude of 1,487 meters above sea level, Ba Na Hills tourist area opens up the “European sky in the heart of the city”. Instagram users frequently travel here when collecting a collection of stunning sparkling virtual coordinates. Just in terms of “fog,” there are the French Village, Le Jardin D’Amour Flower Garden, Wax Statue Museum, and Wine Cellar, all of which were listed by Time Magazine as among the top 100 places to visit in the world. It is impossible not to mention the “chill – chill” moment when surfing among the clouds on the world’s longest cable car route, looking at the majestic scenery of Chua Mountain.

The atmosphere at Ba Na Hills is even more lively from October through March of the following year due to a plethora of noteworthy annual events like B’estival, Halloween, Wine Festival, and Winter Festival.

Bay Mau Coconut Forest

Bay Mau Coconut Forest is also known as “Cam Thanh Coconut Forest” or “miniature West in the heart of Hoi An”. Coming to this tourist destination near Da Nang full of green, you have the opportunity to explore the colorful coastal mangrove ecosystem, row a basket boat floating among the soaring coconut trees, enjoy many delicious coconut treats and take home lovely souvenirs.

As “the most livable city in Vietnam”, Da Nang welcomes a “huge” number of domestic and international tourists every year. Sightseeing places, “virtual living coordinates” are also springing up like mushrooms – not only with a variety of topics but also providing thoughtful services and reasonable prices. So, how to experience all of Da Nang’s tourist attractions with a strong indigenous soul while still saving money and using time most optimally?

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