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Da Nang is a vibrant “tourist magnet,” attracting domestic and foreign tourists. Da Nang is now emerging as a “tourist hub” in central Vietnam, with many luxury resorts along the beach and bustling bars and restaurants on the banks of the Han River. “Giant bridges spanning mountains and rivers have become a symbol of Da Nang, attracting countless visitors eager to explore,” writes author Lakshmi Sharath. If Hoi, An ancient town, stands out with its charming old beauty, Da Nang is a mix of traditional and contemporary vibes.

When is the best time to visit Da Nang and Hoi An City

Hoi An City
Hoi An City – Source: Internet

The tropical monsoon climate of Da Nang, like most other destinations in Vietnam, is separated into two seasons: the dry season from January to July and the wet season from August to December. The dry season, from February to May, is the finest time to visit Da Nang, while the main tourist season is from April to August. September to November is the rainy season.

When exploring Da Nang, visit recognize more the Dragon Bridge. With unique design, meaning, and beauty both by day and by night, Dragon Bridge symbolizes strength and luck with a length of 666m. Every Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m., visitors may witness one of the most spectacular exhibitions of light and fire when dragons shower fire and water. In addition, visitors can also experience local cuisine by joining a cooking class in Hoi An. There are also tours tailored to different dietary needs, including vegetarian and vegan.

In Hoi, An ancient town, visitors will be caught up in the fairy-tale world with colorful lanterns. Hoi An old town is a popular worldwide tourist attraction since it has been designated by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site. Indeed, take advantage of the 400-year-old covered bridge built across the Thu Bon River or some old houses such as Phung Hung Ancient House and Duc An Ancient House. Another precious gem is the Tan Ky Ancient House, built 200 years ago.

Read more: Take a Hoi An Coconut boat to admire the beauty of the Bay Mau Coconut Forest

Explore worlds of fantasy and adventure

Da Nang
Da Nang – Source: Internet

Sun World amusement park – located on top of Ba Na Hills at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level, is also an exciting destination.

“This is the ideal family destination, highlighted by the Golden Bridge at the top of the mountain, with an impressive design like a golden silk strip drawn from the heart of the mountain and supported by giant hands”. Here, several adventure games, arcade games, cable cars, and climbing railways make visitors fall in love. “The cable car transports visitors through the forests.” Video games, 3D panoramic cinemas and mirror mazes for adventurers,” the author writes.

Right next to the coast of Da Nang is Ngu Hanh Son – one of the national historical and cultural relics associated with the nation’s spiritual, cultural, and historical values. This region is well-known for its beautiful beauty of mountains, clouds, and caverns. With a typical mountain terrain, the four sides of the Marble Mountains are majestic landscapes with massive mountains and impressive spiritual structures.

Da Nang is also an attractive destination with a 35 km-long coastline of picturesque sand. My Khe beach, which stretches from Son Tra peninsula to Ngu Hanh Son, has been voted the most pristine beach with fine white sand and turquoise blue sea.

In addition, another option in the itinerary of visitors is Son Tra Peninsula. “At Son Tra Peninsula, visitors can admire the beautiful scenery of small coves and rugged cliffs along the way. Next is to go through the fishing village of Man Thai and stop at Linh Ung Pagoda, where there is a 67-meter high Buddha statue, or drive slowly along steep roads; visitors can dive along coral reefs here,” the author suggests journeys of discovery.

Deep into the heart of the nature reserve, surrounded by the dense canopy of endemic vegetation, it is home to many species of langurs and monkeys.

Read more: Hon Gai Beach – A tourist destination “hiding from the noise of the city” in Ha Long

Coffee and nightlife in Hoi An City

Coffee and nightlife in Hoi An City
Coffee and nightlife in Hoi An City – Source: Internet

When it rains in Hoi An, the best way to enjoy the atmosphere is to wake up and taste coffee in any coffee shop in the Old Quarter. Vietnamese coffee has many types, such as creamy coconut milk, egg coffee, pink and black lattes, and many others.

Begin your day at the nostalgic Hoi An Roastery, where you can smell freshly roasted coffee or Faifo Coffee from the balcony overlooking Hoi An. Mia Coffee has lush space and a large patio. Rosie’s Cafe, Sound of Silence, and Phin Cafe are among popular hangouts.

And don’t miss Hoi An, an ancient town at night. Let’s immerse ourselves in the surreal lantern festival in Hoi An that will make visitors fascinated by the streets in the Old Town, which are lit up by lively handmade lanterns.

“Visitors can take a peaceful walk along the Hoai River and light a small floating lantern.” Walk around the night market, which has 50 stalls selling anything from scarves to souvenirs. The nightlife in Hoi An, especially on weekends, is vibrant, “the author wrote.

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