Da Nang attractions includes both artificial structures and natural beauty, from ancient pagodas and French colonial architecture to beautiful beaches and breathtaking mountains.
- When is the best time to visit Da Nang?
The weather in Da Nang is typical for tropical monsoon climate with high temperature and less volatile in Central Vietnam. There are two main seasons: rainy season from August to September and dry season for January to July with cold winter, but not deep and long as cities in Northern Vietnam.
The best time to visit Da Nang is from February to August every year because of less rain and storm as well as warm temperature. From October to December is the period of storm and typhoon, so many clients avoid visiting Da Nang this time.
Airplane: Da Nang’s local government built both domestic and international airport in Da Nang. For international flights, Da Nang has direct flights from a lot of countries, such as Thailand, India, Cambodia, Russia, etc.
Shuttle bus: if you stay in Northern or Southern Vietnam, don’t worry, you can by bus ticket with sleeping seat to transfer to Da Nang. Normally all long distance routine buses are overnight bus.
Ba Na Hills: is one of the most entertainment spots in Da Nang. Coming there, visitors will get on a cable car to see panoramic view of Da Nang and majestic views of Bana Hill. Then they can enjoy outstanding attractions here with Linh Ung Pagoda, Golden Bridge, Fantasy Park, etc.
Marble Mountains: are a cluster of five limestone and marble hills in Da Nang, It is well-known for system of peaks, caves, tunnels and temples.
My Khe Beach: is on of the most Vietnam picturesque beaches with a lot of thrilling water sports here such as parasailing, speedboat, wake boarding, jet ski, etc. More simply, sunbathing in white sandy beach is a good choice to enjoy this beach.
Son Tra Peninsula – Monkey Mountain: Used to be a major observation base during American – Vietnam War, Son Tra Peninsula has become a must-see spots for every visitors visiting Da Nang. Standing 693 meters above sea level, Son Tra Peninsula is surrounded by pristine beaches naming Bai Bac, Bai Nam, Bai But and Tien Sa Beach. Coming here, visitors can get panoramic views of Da Nang, especially, spraying in front of one of the most spiritual pagodas here – Linh Ung Pagoda.
Museum of Cham Sculpture: Champa religion existed dating back as far as 192 AD in the world, some Champa people camed and lived in Vietnam during ancient time. Cham Museum in Da Nang is a place preserving objects related to this brilliant religion with almost 300 terracotta and stone works of art between 7th and 15th centuries. The architecture of museum is an interesting thing, which complicatedly crafted with objects of worship including idols, holy animals in Hinduism.