Da Nang is one of the cultural and educational centers of Vietnam, and it is also one of the biggest cities in Vietnam. Da Nang has a long coast with many beautiful beaches such as Non Nuoc, My Khe,... Coming to Da Nang, you will have opportunities to enjoy the beautiful scenery such as Ngu Hanh Son, Ba Na, Son Tra peninsula, Hai Van pass, beaches and many historical relics.
Da Nang has a nearly-60 kilometre-long coastline stretching from the foot of the Hai Van Pass to the Marble Mountains of 60 kilometres long, and it is famous for its many beautiful sections of beaches stretching from the foot of Hai Van Pass to the Marble Mountains. It is an ideal choice for tourists worldwide and in 2005 was ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the “10 World’s Most Luxurious Beaches” in 2005.
The Hai Van Pass crosses over a spur of the Truong Son mountain range that juts out into the sea and serves as a geological and geographical dividing line. It forms a physical boundary between the north and the south of Viet Nam, and in the past has been considered an important strategic frontier post along the north-south road. From the top of the Hai Van Pass, one can admire Lang Co to the north and Da Nang to the south.
The Han River flows through the central area of Da Nang and it has played an important part in the development of the city’s tourism sector. The river has become an attraction for everyone touring the city. The Han River Bridge, a suspension bridge connecting the east and west sides of the city, was inaugurated on 29 March 2000. It was the only swing bridge in Viet Nam and it swings open daily during the early morning hours.
The Nam O Fish Sauce Village was established in the early 20th century. Nam O is a small fishing village at the mouth of the Cu De river, at the foot of the Hai Van Pass, and is in Hoa Hiep Ward, Lien Chieu District. Nam O fish sauce is a speciality of Da Nang. It is well-known throughout the country for its qualities which are highly appreciated.
Cam Ne Mat Village, which is 14 km to the south-west of Da Nang, belongs to Hoa Tien Commune, Hoa Vang District. Cam Ne mats were used in the royal palaces of the Nguyen Dynasty, and the artists from Cam Ne Village were honoured and rewarded by the kings. According to the elders of this village, mat craft originated from Hoang Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province. It was taught to people in the southern region during the 15th century when King Le Thanh Tong won Chiem Thanh, and merged Do Ban into Quang Nam-Da Nang.
Built on a site of 12 hectares on the Son Tra Peninsula, the Lin Ung, Son Tra Pagoda is the largest in Da Nang in terms of scale and artistic architecture. The pagoda is famous for its beautiful 67-metre-tall Goddess of Mercy statue standing on a lotus-shaped platform.
Only 13 km away from the center of Da Nang City, Son Tra Peninsula belongs to Son Tra District. This is a typical Vietnam tourism magnet along the coastline: fantastic, untouched natural scene with transparent sea, white sand, and mysterious primitive jungle with a vast diversity of plants and animals.
Driving 9km south of Danang city center on the famous beachfront boulevard Truong Sa, travelers can find one of the most popular attractions of the region, the Marble mountains.
If you drive about 50km from Da Nang city to the West, you can finally reach one of the most spectacular sights you would have ever visited. With a height of 1,487 meters above the sea lever and a temperate climate, Ba Na Mountain is a real treasure of Vietnam.