The fascinated spots in Da Nang

17/10/2018   973  5/5 trong 44 rates 
The fascinated spots in Da Nang
Da Nang, Vietnam’s third-largest city, has turned into one of the country’s top destinations. This place is not just comprised of natural beauty but also some gothic style cathedrals to the serene beaches. Soak up in the tranquility of this place and explore all the amazing places.

  • Ba Na Hills

    Ba Na HillsBa Na Hills

    Ba Na Hills are one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Da Nang. It has a cool climate which is a welcome relief from hot and humid coasts. The top of Ba Na Hills provides a panoramic view of the sea and other adjoining hills and vegetation. You can start your adventure at Ba Na Hills with a ride on the cable car.

    Moreover, do not miss a Vietnamese masterpiece, Cau Vang (Golden Bridge). It is one of the parts of Ba Na Hills resort – where is the mountaintop resort complex that looks like a medieval castle, but inside these stone walls are modern accommodations, world-class restaurants and a Fantasy Park full of exciting rides.

    Location: The Hills are located in Hoa Vang district, 40 kilometers from Da Nang.
    Ticket price: 1,100,000 VND

  • Marble Mountains

    Marble MountainsMarble Mountains

    Marble Mountain or Non Nuoc is a well-known attraction among local and foreign tourists. It is considered as a "spiritual" land of Quang Nam - Da Nang. It includes 5 spectacular mountains which are named after 5 elements of the universe: Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth. They look like bonsais emerging between a vast hillock. Every mountain has its particular beauty in shape, position, material with many caves and temples inside. Marble Mountain is truly a heaven of all tourists.

    Location: Hoa Hai ward, Ngu Hanh Son district, Danang city
    Ticket price: 40,000 VND

  • Son Tra Peninsula

    Son Tra PeninsulaSon Tra Peninsula

    Son Tra Peninsula is also known as Tien Sa Mountain. Its name is from a legend that Son Tra was called as a stop for fairies in the past.

    Tourists come here to enjoy the jungles with some rare species of red monkeys that are hardly found anywhere else in the world. Another prominent attraction of the place is Linh Ung Pagoda, which is renowned for the tallest statue of the Goddess of Mercy. The 21 miniature Buddha sculptures within 17 levels make it highly appealing and attractive. The Journey to the top is worth the effort because of the beautiful panoramic views. It is a popular source of retreat for the tourists and locals alike.

    Location: Son Tra Peninsula, Da Nang
    Ticket price: free

  • Museum of Cham Sculpture

    Museum of Cham SculptureMuseum of Cham Sculpture

    Museum of Cham Sculpture is the largest exhibition museum in Vietnam. The museum specializes in collection, storage and presents of sculptural relics of Cham Kingdom with a total of 500 samples. Apart from that, even the external building itself is crafted with different items of worship like holy animals and idols.

    Location: It is possible to access the Museum of Cham Sculpture at 02, Septemper 2 Street, Da Nang.
    Ticket price: The price for students is 5,000 VND and for adults, it is 40, 000 VND

  • Con Market - Han Market

    Con Market - Han MarketCon Market - Han Market

    Situated right in the center, Con Market and Han Market have attracted more and more tourists. The markets are very diverse with various kinds of goods such as shoes, clothing, fabrics, handbags, souvenirs and gifts.
    Especially, Con Market is considered as a culinary paradise of Da Nang with a long food court. Many specialties are served at the food court such as Quang Noodle, Gumbo, Grilled beef noodle, Vietnamese pancakes and sweet soup. Han Market is famous for its fresh seafood, fruits and specialties of Da Nang like dried fish and other dried foods that visitors often buy as gift.

    Con market: 270 Ong Ich Khiem street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang
    Han Market: Tran Phu street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang
    Ticket price: free

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