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Stay And Relax

The range of resorts, hotels, hostels, and homestays in Da Nang can accommodate the needs and preferences of any traveler. Check out Stay and Relax section to see our suggestions for local hotels with restaurants, swimming pools, live music and…

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Useful Tips When Traveling

Culture The Vietnamese, especially in Central Vietnam, are friendly, welcoming, and generally honest people. They welcome foreigners with open arms. However like with any multicultural exchange there can be some hiccups and gaps in understanding and expectations on both sides.…

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Ho Chi Minh & Zone 5 Military Museum

Vietnam has a long history of armed resistance to occupying armies and on a military base in the center of Da Nang, this history is on exhibit at the Ho Chi Minh and Zone 5 Military Museum. Tanks, artillery, missiles,…

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Ba Na Hills

The record-setting longest cable car in the world leads riders over spectacular views of dense jungle broken by occasional waterfalls. As the sea level recedes slowly below, the mountaintop Ba Na Hills castle-themed resort begins to come into view. Inside…

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Hoa Phu Thanh

A slice of adventure awaits at the gates of Hoa Phu Thanh, just outside Da Nang near Ba Na Hills. This resort targets those who like the outdoors with campgrounds and eco-tourism destinations on the Luong Dong River and in…

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Live Music Scene

As the lights come on and the sky grows dark over Da Nang, the notes of local musicians spill out of cafes and bars all around the city. The music in this city plays a key part in a night…

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Lang Co

Just over the Hai Van Pass, 40km from Da Nang, is the serene fishing township of Lang Co sandwiched between the ocean and a scenic lagoon framed by a mountain range. The main road to Hue runs through the small…

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Hue Ancient Capital

The original capital of Vietnam, the historic city of Hue, sits just a few hours (two by car or three by motorbike) to the north of Da Nang. The ride to Hue cuts through untouched stretches of Vietnamese countryside, rice…

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My Son Sanctuary

Lying in the heartland of ancient Cham culture in Central Vietnam, temples, tombs, and sculptures built between the 4th and 14th are spread over the jungle landscapes. These are the My Son ruins just between Dong Duong and Tra Kieu.…

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Hoi An

Just an hour’s ride south of Da Nang, the historic town of Hoi An sits along the peaceful Thu Bon River and just off the coast of the Eastern Sea. Hoi An is famous for preserving traditional Vietnamese architecture and…

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