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Da Nang – The best city to live in Vietnam

As the largest city of the Central region, Danang is the symbol of  urban hustle and bustle - the largest economic and cultural center of the region. Surrounded by the sapphire blue water and undulating  mountains, the city is quite livable and never short of breathtaking scenery as well as its long standing cultural essence. locals are hospitable and genuine, further accentuating the reputation of this city.

The scenery

Han River: At the heart of Danang City and well-lit as darkness falls, Han River looks so radiant, fairylike and dreamy like a kaleidoscope at scale. Two bridges crossing the river, namely Han River Bridge and the Dragon Bridge, are definitely at their finest as night falls.

My Khe Beach: The closest one to the city center, My Khe Beach, endowed with the crystalline blue water, velvety white sand and towering coconut rows moving to the wind are indeed a gorgeous destination. The beach by night offers visitors an opportunity to sit on the sand, listen to muttering waves and take a deep breath of the salty breezes blowing from afar.

The Marble Mountains: The Marble Mountains of Danang are draped in the mighty nature and steeped in sacred religious essence, through their mossy cliffs, overwhelming caves and old fashioned architectural masteries.

Son Tra Peninsula: Passengers should visit Son Tra Peninsula, which embraces a stretchy coastline that spares various fine beaches such as Tien Sa, Da Den, Buddha and dotting places of worship, notably Linh Ung Pagoda and the Chessboard Peak.

Ba Na Hills: Ba Na Hills Danang deserves to be a must-visit for any visitor. Reaching the top by cable cars, visitors are enthralled with the heavenly setting on the Lord Mountain, adorned with imposing European architectures, from the French mansion complex to Buddha cultural site, the Golden Bridge, the Wine Cellar or Le Jardin gardens… which have held so many visitors under their spellbound.


Those who have ever set foot in Danang can hardly escape its matrix of local, from Vietnamese rice crepes, fish terrine rice vermicelli, meaty stock rice vermicelli, spider crab soup and rice sheets with boiled pork to grilled pork skewers or chicken rice… In particular, a delicacy of the city that visitors can hardly miss out is signature Quang Nam noodles. Big, broad and thick noodle strands are mixed with a special, dense and fine broth steamed out of pork bones and served with corianders, bean sprouts and thinly sliced banana bulbs that altogether contribute to the dish’s harmonious blending of flavors.

On a sunny day, a glass of durian compote immediately cools down and puts your mind at ease, thanks to the meaty, buttery durian combined with sweet, dense coconut extract, fresh milk and cool jelly. Durian compote is ubiquitous in every nook and cranny in Vietnam, but the signature taste of this kind in Danang is simply too hard to beat.


In order to take a deep look at the full beauty of Da Nang, one must be sitting on a cruise along the Han River to both observe the dreamlike, sash-like flow and steal a glance at the endless, hectic flows of people coming and going.

Leaving the heartland river, buy a ticket to Hoa Phu Thanh Tourist Area and embark on a 3km-long heart thumping adventure aboard the rubber boat that slides off the waterfall and glides over its tricky rapids, or try out the hair raising zipline.

In particular, a festive season in Danang typically welcomes visitors to the vibrant ambience and a mysterious journey to be immersed in the local culture. From the International Fireworks Festival and Food Festival and Oktoberfest (Ba Na Hills) to the Guanyin Buddha Festival and Whale Cults are some notable occasions that you should take note of.


Passengers will take a flight to Da Nang and arrive at Da Nang International Airport, just 3km from the city center may take a bus at the terminal gate and take 10 to 15 minutes to commute. Commuting fare is just VND10,000ride at a frequency of every 15 to 20 minutes, from 5.30am to 5.30pm on a daily basis. Passengers can also hail a taxi or motorbike to drop in some vendor at will before heading for the hotel. Taxi charges on average VND60,000 to 80,000/ride and motorbike VND20,000 to 50,000/ride.

Useful tips

  • Travel time April to August

  • Wi-fi 3G/4G

  • Visa Visa exemption for temporary residence of maximum 15 days from the date of entry

  • Contact information

  • Language Vietnamese and English

Flight information

Vietnam Airlines operates a variety of flights to Da Nang at different frequencies and competitive fares to meet both business and leisurely travel demands. Flights arrive at Da Nang International Airport at a frequency from 5 flights/day from Hanoi and from 6 flights/day from Ho Chi Minh City. Interested passengers should directly search for best ticket fares here.

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