If you are a little difficulty planning travel to Da Nang. Don’t worry, this article of mine will help you. Today, I will introduce you to 10 Things To Do In Da Nang when you come to this city.
1. Visit Ba Na Hills
Going to Da Nang without visiting Ba Na Hills is a great pity. Ba Na Hill tourist area is dubbed “Sapa of Central Vietnam.” The place of harmony between the wild nature of the mountains and forests and the unique architectural works. Coming here, visitors will participate in many new and exciting games. This is a combination of works: cable car system, French village, Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort, Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills, Fantasy Park, Golden Bridge.
2. Play at Asia Park
Asia Park is one of the largest and most modern amusement parks in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. The Sun Wheel will take you up, watch and embrace the sparkling lights of the city at night. Moreover, the park also has many exciting and exciting games, making sure you spend your days here without running out.
3. Take a boat on the Han River
If you go to Da Nang without going on a boat trip on the Han River, watching the two sides of the east and west rivers is regrettable. It only takes 100,000 VND; you have 60 minutes to travel on the romantic river and enjoy the special cakes of Da Nang, the unique music program, the attractive dance.
4. See the Dragon sprinkler bridge, spray fire
For foreign tourists coming to Da Nang city, watching the Da Nang Dragon Bridge spray fire is one of the most anticipated moments.
Through many changes, the capital of Da Nang now agreed to organize the fire spraying and water spraying at the Dragon Bridge at 21:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and major holidays of the year. This time will be a reasonable time frame for people and visitors, especially children, to admire the unique beauty of the Danang Dragon Bridge sprayed the fire and sprayed water.
5. Parachuting on My Khe beach
Deserving to be on the list of the best beaches in Vietnam, My Khe beach attracts many international visitors to Vietnam tourism with the white sandy sea, mild waves and green coconut trees, fresh climate.
Coming here, in addition to immersing yourself in the clean blue water, you can also participate in many enjoyable recreational activities. You will be parachuting, surfing, playing volleyball, fishing, snorkeling, etc. Mainly, you can enjoy seafood in coastal restaurants and some specialty dishes such as scallop egg salad, Quang noodles … very wonderful.
6. Visit Con Market & Han Market
Con Market and Han Market … are the long-time markets of Da Nang; it seems that the market is the fastest way to help you feel a part of life, lifestyle, and people here! Here you are also spoiled for enjoying local specialties at meager prices. And it is easy to choose local gifts that are meaningful for relatives and friends.
7. Explore Son Tra peninsula, and Hai Van pass by motorbike
There are many beautiful places in Danang that you can only feel by running a bike. You can explore Hai Van Pass or sightseeing from Son Tra Peninsula. These are two excellent beautiful located on the edge of the city, with winding roads, unexpected bends with changing slopes that will create for you a new sense of adventure and exciting
8. Experience the Marble Mountains
Ngu Hanh Son is a famous scenic spot in Danang, with many caves and tunnels connected by nature; you can’t help but be interested in exploring all corners of this mountain. You can also visit caves with strange names like Paradise Cave, Negative Cave, …
9. Diving at Cu Lao Chàm
If you are excited and impressed with coral reefs and some colorful fish, Cu Lao Cham is the best place for you. On a day trip diving in Cham Island, you can discover the diversity of the sea world, especially coral gardens around islands. The best time to visit this island is from March to August.
10. Visit Museum Of Cham Sculpture
The Cham Museum in Da Nang is the most extensive collection of Cham sculptures and artwork worldwide. For history aficionados, the Museum of Cham Sculpture is an ideal destination for a comprehensive insight into Champa culture from the old time.
The museum exhibits several approximately 300 original sculptures works made between the 7th and the 15th centuries. These are impressive works typical of the Cham culture. They are mostly made of sandstone, but some are also made of terra-cotta. All of these artifacts were found in the Cham Pa temples in Central Vietnam.
At the museum, inside exhibition rooms, the sculptures are arranged according to their era and location. When visiting the museum, you will have the chance to research and perceive the influence of the Cham Pa dynasty on Central Vietnam.
The museum opens every day from 07:00 am to 05:30 pm at the main visitors’ entrance on 2/9 Street, Da Nang.
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