Danang is located on the Eastern Sea coast, midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Danang is the largest city of Central Vietnam and one of the favorite destinations for international travelers.
The Marble Mountain, also known as Non Nuoc Mountains, is the symbol of Danang City and famous for the stone carving village, which produces many marble artifacts that are famous all over the country and abroad. The Marble Mountains is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills that are named based on five elements: Kim (Metal), Moc (Wood), Thuy (Water), Hoa (Fire) and Tho (Earth). Mount Thuy is the highest and most beautiful, and there is even a path to go to the top of Mount Thuy. The Marble Mountains are a must-visit with amazing landscapes and various architectural and historical buildings. All of the mountains consist of cave entrances and a network of tunnels that tourists can explore. The mountains also have lots of Buddhist sanctuaries that can be found just by strolling around.
My Son Sanctuary is a cluster of abandoned Hindu temples constructed between the 4th and 14th centuries by the Kingdom of Champa. Partially ruined and recognised as a world heritage site since 1999, My Son is located in the Quang Nam Province – 70 kilometres southwest of Da Nang. My Son Sanctuary is composed of several tower sectors every one of which has a main worshiping tower, surrounded by smaller towers and buildings for other purposes. The main tower-temple was a miniature of a universe's center which also the worshiping place dedicated to Shiva. The front face of each sector lies a gateway, a hall to place offerings and perform traditional dancing and singing. The temples and towers are full of mysteries that still riddle historians and specialists. These buildings have reached perfection and withstood the harsh trial of time.
Ba Na Hills is one of the top-notch attractions that every tourist should visit in their lifetime. The inviting and refreshing cooler temperatures up in the Ba Na Hills is enough to entice and it is the views that will make you linger. There are so many must-see things in Ba Na but one of the main highlight attractions is the Golden Bridge. The bridge is supported by giant hands, contrary to the elegance of the bridge. The yellow color of this bridge is more prominent and displays a stark contrast between the forest and the giant hands. From the bridge, you can have a look at the magnificent landscape surrounded by clouds and mountains.
My Khe Beach is voted the most glamorous beautiful beach on the planet by Forbes Magazine of America. Only 3 km from the center of Da Nang city, looking down from above. My Khe beach is a vast blue strip and when it comes to new places, the beauty flares brilliantly. Walking on the beach, tourists will bear witness to the combination of clear skies, silky white sand, and palm trees of My Khe. Not only does the blue water of My Khe help you relax, it also contains lots of challenging sea activities that can be booked on the spot, including water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, windsurfing, and kayaking.
Hoi An is an old town down the Thu Bon River, on the coastal plain of Quang Nam Province, about 30 km south of Danang City. The ancient town is actually a complex of various buildings, including pagodas, Vietnamese wooden shop-houses, Japanese bridge, Chinese temples, French-colonial houses. The unique town has been successfully restored and preserved its charm, which attracts tourists from all over the world, declared as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999.