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A Guide to Da Nang

Located halfway between Hanoi in the north and Ho Chi Minh City in the south, Da Nang is one of the largest cities in Vietnam. Thanks to a booming tourism reputation and a growth of hotel development, Da Nang is quickly become a hub for travellers. One of the city’s biggest draws is its beaches, particularly My Khe Beach and Lang Co Beach. Both offer bright white sand and opportunity for water sport activities. The Da Nang coastline itself stretches for almost 30 kilometres and is famous for calm, idyllic waters. Away from the beach, Da Nang is brimming with excellent shopping, ancient pagodas and historical sites.

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Getting Around Da Nang

Da Nang’s public transport system is limited to local buses. While these services are cheap to use, they can also take the longest. Taxis are plentiful and many drivers have a good command of English. The three most popular taxi services are Mai Linh Group, Vinasun and Tien Sa. Ask your hotel or resort to order you a taxi if you’re unsure of hailing one yourself. Renting a bicycle or motorised scooter is also popular with tourists.

 

The Best Time to Visit Da Nang

The best time to book cheap airfares for travel to Da Nang is from early February to May. This period misses the winter months (September to January) so rainfall begins to ease the temperature ranges from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. The peak summer months, between June and August, should be avoided by travellers that dislike intense heat. The wet season brings a lot of humidity, as well as potential flooding, so check the weather forecast and plan ahead.

 

Getting to Da Nang International Airport (DAD)

Cheap flights to Da Nang will take you to the Da Nang International Airport. As one of the largest airports in Vietnam, it offers plenty of transportation, in the form of taxis, which can be hailed from right outside the airport. Make sure to agree upon a fare first.

 

Travel Tips for Da Nang

  • Hoi An makes a great day trip from Da Nang and is located 45 minutes’ drive away.
  • Keep an eye on weather and flood warnings if travelling during the wet or monsoon season, from September to January.
  • It can take some time to get between Da Nang’s attractions as the city is so spread out, so if you’re planning on logging some serious time on the beach, then book accommodation as close to the coast as possible.

 

Things to do in Da Nang

Marble Mountains

The Marble Mountains are a main sight in Da Nang. A group of five limestone and marble hills, located just south of the city, the mountains have been named after the elements: metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Visitors can climb to the top of the water-named mountain and can explore some of cave entrances and tunnels.

Museum of Cham Sculpture

If exploring the rich history of Vietnam was among the reasons you booked flights to Da Nang, then the Museum of Cham Sculpture is probably on your radar. Cham art are freestanding sandstone sculptures, and this museum is the largest of its kind in the world. Among its collection are pieces from the 7th, 9th, 10th and 13th centuries.

My Khe beach

My Khe beach is Da Nang’s hallmark shoreline. It is situated only 5 kilometres from the city centre and stretches from the Son Tra Peninsula to the Marble Mountains. With its smooth, clean white sand, warm waters, calm breaks and beautiful sunrises, it is little wonder by spending time on My Khe is such a go-to for locals and visitors alike.

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