Da Nang city is situated by Han River and Da Nang bay with beautiful beaches stretching over 30km from Son Tra peninsula to Non Nuoc beach.
Da Nang beaches have wide unobstructed space, splendid seaside resorts, spotless white, deep blue sea water and very spacious roads.
Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Da Nang, Vietnam
Da Nang is naturally endowed by its close proximity to three world cultural heritages: the ancient capital Hue, Hoi An’s ancient street and My Son relic site. In a farther distance, there is Phong Nha cave, a World Natural Heritage. Therefore, Da Nang is regarded as the important transit point on the central heritage way.
My Khe beach
Located right in the city is 900m long and is one of the busiest among the beaches of Da Nang.
Seaside resorts in Son Tra peninsula
From city center through Han River Bridge, you will travel about 8km before reaching Son Tra. Its very beautiful beaches include Nam, Rang, But, Tien Sa, Con and Bac.
Bac My An seaside resort
Located about 7km Southeast of the city center, there are many beautiful seaside resorts such as Bac My An and Furama Resort.
Non Nuoc seaside resort
Non Nuoc seaside resort stretches nearly 5km with clean wide sand banks and clean blue sea water. Non Nuoc seaside resort is close to the base of Ngu Hanh Son and beside Non Nuoc fine arts stone village with many famous stone sculpture works.
Champa sculpture museum (or the Cham museum)
Champa sculpture museum was built in 1915 under the sponsor of France Far East Research Institute in Vietnam and was officially opened in 1939. The Cham sculpture museum was adapted from the motif of Champa architecture and has a white showroom. At present, the museum displays hundreds of original sculpturesmade from sandstone, and some terra-cotta. Sculptures have been collected from Cham temples and towers dispersed in the Central region from Quang Binh to Binh Thuan.