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Our Top 5 Picks For Things to Do in Da Nang

Da Nang City Center

21 minutes by car

Located on the Eastern Sea coast, Danang city marks the midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Dubbed as the most livable city of Vietnam, Danang allures visitors with tons of modern architectural works such as Dragon bridge or Love bridge as well as gorgeous pristine attractions like My Khe Beach, Marble Mountain or Son Tra Peninsula. At night, Da Nang city transforms into a vibrant location with many exciting spots including local favorites and international restaurants, rooftop bars, lounges or lively nightclubs.


Hoi An Ancient Town

20 minutes drive by car

Known as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999, Hoi An Ancient Town is a living museum that houses old-town architecture from the XVI, XVII century such as: Pagoda bridge, Chinese temples and French-colonial houses. Exploring Hoi An ancient town journey would probably be the highlight of your travel in Vietnam.


Han Market

24 minutes drive by car

Whether you are looking for specific souvenir or gift or to experience life as a local, it is easy to get lost among hundreds of stalls offering an array of local produce, handicrafts and accessories in one of the largest markets in the city.


My Son Sanctuary

1-hour drive by car

Established as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1999, My Son Sanctuary is an ancient architectural ensemble, which was built as a place for ritual ceremonies and as temples of Cham gods in the 8th century. More than 1300-years-old My Son Sanctuary presents a vivid picture of spiritual and political life in an important phase of the history of South-East Asia.


Ba Na Hills

50 minutes drive by car

With total height of 1,487m above the sea level, Ba Na Hills, coined as the “heaven on earth”, is notable for its spectacular climate and otherworldly natural landscape. Today the area holds some infamous attractions like the longest single cable car system, according to the Guinness World Records, and an architectural gem Cau Vang Golden Bridge, a 150-metre-long pedestrian bridge supported by two giant hands, will guarantee unforgettable panoramic views. Ba Na Hills is definitely a ‘must-see’ when staying in Da Nang city.