The city of Da Nang, located in the middle part of Vietnam, 972km to the Ho Chi Minh City in the south, 759km to the city of Hanoi in the north, serves as a transportation hub. The natural sea port in a peninsular is one of the largest ports in the country since ancient times.
This coastal line from Da Nang to the city of Hue, winding 40km, is famous for the beautiful silver beaches. Dubbed as the Oriental Hawaii by Western tourists, numerous international hotels and golf clubs are located here forming a world recognized international resort destination. This resort destination is listed one of the top 50″must visit places in a lifetime” nominated by National Geography.
The Cham Museum exhibits interesting local culture heritages. Over 300 excellent sculptures and precious antiquities of Cham culture heritage are featured. The building of the museum was built in the style of Cham architecture, one of the most beloved sights-seeing spots.
The Marble Mountain 五行山
The Marble Mountain, another local name Ngu Hanh Son, is about 10km to the south of Da Nang. The founding Emperor of Nguyen dynasty named these five hills by Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth) with traditional religion.
In the mountain, local people worship their gods of Hinduism and Buddhism in natural caves. From a temple’s court, tourists usually have a perfect view of the sea and villages nearby.
Ba Na Hill 婆娜山（巴拿山）
Ba Na Hill, stands at an altitude of 1, 482m, 40km to the west of Da Nang, used to be a popular summer resort by French. This resort is famous for its banana trees and hence the name. The cable car has been listed into the Guinness World Record which spans over a 5, 000m long climbing over 1, 400m up. On sunny days, tourists can enjoy the stunning panoramic view overlooking the most beautiful coastline.
Son Tra Peninsular山茶半岛
The Son Tra Peninsular, another name is Monkey Mountain,with an altitude of 693m, is a peninsular in the north-east of Da Nang, preserved with the natural wild forest and animals.Foreign tourists will be appealed by the fantastic view of the bay while climbing the top.
Hoi An ancient town 會安
Hoi An ancient town, 30km to the south of Da Nang, listed as one of World’s Culture Heritage by UNESCO for its local architecture and art. Since the 15th century, this city was a famous international trading port and has more than 400 years history, the elements of foreign culture and architecture from ancient China, Japan and Europe had been preserved in perfect condition.
An evening strolling along the small streets and river within the ancienttown of Hoi An. The restaurants,coffee houses are decorated., by the colorful and traditional lantern ;. it seems you went back to the 150years ago of this charming ancient town.
The charming of Hoi An is not only for the delicate architecture, tourists also will be fascinated by the natural beaches around the town and enjoy pleasure option of water sports or simply take a nap under the palm tree along the sandy beach
One of the world biosphere reserves, depart from the port in Hoi An, 15minutesby Boat and arrive the Cham Island. Two villages are located on the island, still in an original lifestyle. With jungle of bushes and silver shore, villagers nestle in a beautiful back in the ancient time, but now modern tourists can enjoy a vacation here. Diving and angling facilities are offered in the island.
My Son holly land美山
My Son Cham Ruins, 35km away from the city of Hoi An, is the largest heritage and asset of Champa kingdom of ancient Vietnam. It is well recognized for its historical values same as Angkor Caves in Cambodia, Borobudur in Indonesia, and Pagoda earlier than Angkor Caves in Cambodia. Water stream flows through the pagoda and the area.
The city of Hue顺化
From Da Nang to the city of Hue, 104km, 1. 5hrs by driving Hue was the ancient capital city of the Nguyen dynasty from 1802 to 1945 and has 13 emperors. This city has been listed to be one of World’s Heritage sites by UNESCO. Ancient palace, emperor mausoleums composed a peaceful and cultural environment Separated by the Huong Giang river, great sightseeing on the north bank and various dining options along the south bank of the river.