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Things to do

Things to do in Da Nang : There are a thousand things to do here, but we suggest you the most famous places

Danang International Fireworks Competition
Da Nang is the Cannes of fireworks festivals. For two nights each year, the sky over the Han River becomes the canvas of world-class pyrotechnicians and designers, who come from all over the world to compete with each other for the attentions of the gathered spectators. Due to the extremely strong competition, you can be...
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Hai Van Pass
20 kms north of Danang. The road up Hai Van pass is a great drive made much safer now that most truck traffic uses the newly completed Hai Van Tunnel. Less traffic means you can spend more time looking at the spectacular views and stopping to take photos. There are some refreshment places at the...
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Beaches
East of the city centre. There are 30 kms of beaches stretching from Danang all the way down to Hoian and even further south. As you would expect, the beaches further from the city are best, particularly China Beach near the Marble Mountain area. All of the beaches are rarely crowded and most of them...
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The Marble Mountains
20 kms south of Danang. The Marble Mountains or Non Nuoc are actually five granite peaks they are a great half day trip from Danang or as a stopover on the way to Hoi An. There are caves to explore, temples and lots of stairs. The drinks and trinket sellers can get a little annoying...
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Ba Na Hills
Located about 45km west of Da Nang, Ba Na Mountain was used during the French colonial period as a summer retreat. In the old days, the French colonials used to be born up the winding, 16km road to the top on palanquins. Nowadays, the road is well paved, but still very steep. At the top...
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Cham Museum
The Cham Museum is the main attraction of Da Nang and is worth the trip, even if you're coming all the way from Hoi An. This old sandstone building houses an excellent collection of Cham art and sculpture. The museum was completed in 1916, with Da Nang chosen as the location due to its proximity...
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My Son Sanctuary
70km southwest of Danang City and 40km away from the Ancient Town of Hoi An, a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works is a popular destination for those who appreciate architecture, history and pure spectacle. Known as My Son (Vietnamese: Mỹ Sơn), the group of temple-towers that connect to...
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