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Dragon Bridge
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Dragon Bridge, Da Nang
Dragon Bridge, Da Nang
Dragon Bridge, Da Nang
Dragon Bridge, Da Nang
Da Nang, Vietnam is an up and coming metropolitan city, with skyscrapers, modern bridges, mountain scenery, and beautiful beaches. In our experience, Da Nang was unexpectedly awesome. If you travel to Da Nang, do not miss the Lady Buddha and the fiery Dragon Bridge. Read more: Da Nang, This Place Took Us By Surprise
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The Marble Mountains
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The Marble Mountains, Da Nang
The Marble Mountains, Da Nang
The Marble Mountains, Da Nang
The Marble Mountains stand tall over an otherwise flat terrain. The mountains are made up of a group of five marble and limestone mountains that were once named The Five Element Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son), after the elements earth, metal, water, wood and fire. Historically they have been a religious site since the time of the Kingdom of Champa when Hindu temples were built on the site. We visited Thuy Son, the water mountain which is home to a network of sacred caves, Buddhist pagodas and shrines. Though the area gets busy .....with tourists it is still a haven of peace, surrounded by beautiful temples including the Xa Loi Tower which is the tallest pagoda in Da Nang. Show less
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The world cultural heritage My Son
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The world cultural heritage My Son, Da Nang
The world cultural heritage My Son, Da Nang
The world cultural heritage My Son, Da Nang
The world cultural heritage My Son, Da Nang
The world cultural heritage My Son, Da Nang
If you are going to Hoi An, you can easily take this day trip from there. It is closer to Hoi An than Da Nang, but the trip is easily made from either location. This location is filled with older style temples and on a much smaller scale than Cambodia’s Angkor Wat. You can book your tickets here.
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Golden Bridge
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Golden Bridge, Da Nang
Golden Bridge, Da Nang
Golden Bridge, Da Nang
Golden Bridge, Da Nang
Golden Bridge, Da Nang
When people think of Da Nang, Ba Na Hills and the Golden Bridge often come to mind. Ba Na Hills was originally built as a hill station by French colonists in 1919 as a holiday destination. This French inspired village is home to turreted structures, cathedrals, cobbled streets and a colourful central square. The village can be reached by the taking the Ba Na Hills cable car which holds the world record for being the longest nonstop single track cable car. Make sure to stop off at the Linh Ung Pagoda and .....marvel at the 27 metre Buddha statue that sits and gazes serenely across the landscape. While there, visit the Le Jardin d’Amour gardens and the iconic Golden Bridge. This golden pedestrian bridge is supported by two giant hands and looks out across stunning scenery. The tour will also take you to Fantasy Park, a theme park that is inspired by the works of Jules Verne. At an elevation above 1500 feet and with temperatures 10 to 15 degrees cooler it is a great place to escape the heat of Da Nang.   Click here to learn more about the Ba Na Hills and Golden Bridge Day Tour. Show less
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Hải Vân Pass
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Hải Vân Pass, Da Nang
Hải Vân Pass, Da Nang
Hải Vân Pass, Da Nang
Hải Vân Pass, Da Nang
Hải Vân Pass, Da Nang
Your last day of the Da Nang itinerary, assuming you can still make the most of the morning, can be filled with a trip to Hai Van Pass. You can go there by bike, by scooter or simply by car. The views are scenic and beautiful from up there and you can observe all the way from the beach to the mountains. It is a good way to end the trip with the lasting memory of a great landscape.
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Cầu Sông Hàn
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Cầu Sông Hàn, Da Nang
Cầu Sông Hàn, Da Nang
Cầu Sông Hàn, Da Nang
Cầu Sông Hàn, Da Nang
Cầu Sông Hàn, Da Nang
Han River Bridge is considered the symbol of Da Nang with the length of 487.7m and width of 12.9m, connecting the two main roads of Le Duan and Pham Van Dong. This is the only swing bridge in Viet Nam. The middle part of the bridge swings on its axis every day at 1.00am to open the way for big ships to go through and close at 4.00am.
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Bamboo 2 Bar
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Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Bamboo 2 Bar, Da Nang
Southern Thailand is famous for its nightlife, and Ao Nang is no exception. While it might not pack the heavy hitting bars and clubs that Koh Phi Phi and Phuket have, Ao Nang still has quite a few happening places to check out. Amy’s Bar is packed out on a weekend, and Roots Rock Reggae Bar is always a bit of fun. But if you want to find the centre of it all, you need to go to Ao Nang Centre Point. Lady Boy shows, pole dancing, buckets of alcohol and cranking .....music, you always know it’s going to be a good night out in Ao Nang! Show less
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Cầu Trần Thị Lý
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Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
Cầu Trần Thị Lý, Da Nang
The Tran Thi Ly Bridge is another favourite Da Nang bridge. Its modern design stands out as a work of art in the shape of a functioning bridge. Walking across the bridge you will be impressed by the thick cables that are suspended from an angular central pillar. Of an evening these cables glow and change colour, and from a distance look like strands threaded into a giant needle.
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Hàn Market
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Hàn Market, Da Nang
Hàn Market, Da Nang
Hàn Market, Da Nang
Hàn Market, Da Nang
Hàn Market, Da Nang
Hàn Market, Da Nang
The Da Nang Day Trip is a tour that combines the attractions of Marble Mountain, the Lady Buddha, the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture and the vibrant Han Market which is a great place to pick up a bargain. The tour also stops at a local restaurant for lunch and there is a good selection of dishes to try. We have taken this tour and can highly recommend it to anyone visiting Da Nang. Click here to learn more about the Da Nang Day trip.
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Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture
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Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Đà Nẵng Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Antarctica is the fifth largest continent on the planet, approximately twice the size of Australia. It is a desert, with 98% of its land covered by ice. Unlike any other continent, Antarctica has no permanent inhabitants or signs of any indigenous life. Although early myths did exist about a southern continent, Antarctica wasn’t even seen by humans until 1820, making it one of the last places on earth to be discovered. It holds the titles of coldest, driest, and windiest continent. The lowest Antarctic temperature on record is an incomprehensible .....−94.7 °C. It is home to Mount Erebus, the most southern volcano in the world. The seas that surround the continent are home to an abundance of wildlife including penguins, whales, seals, orcas and albatrosses. Antartica features in my Top 5 Remote Places To See which you can download for free here.  Show less
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Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort
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Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
Holiday Beach Danang Hotel & Resort, Da Nang
The Holiday Inn Resort Krabi gave us a kids suite that was huge and superbly suited for kids. The gardens at this Holiday Inn resort pleased me greatly, featuring immaculately kept grass, frangipani, koi and other tropical delights. These grassy expanses housed several pools with water slides and playgrounds for little ones. They have a good kids club and teens club on-site. We were hugely impressed with what this hotel offered families and we’ll be writing about it soon. If you’d like to spend a little more, go for a .....pool – side kids suite, they’re pretty special ( pictured above). Check out the Holiday Inn Resort here. Show less
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Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang
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Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
Scuba Supply (Vietnam) - Da Nang, Da Nang
It would be a shame to come all the way to Southern Thailand and not spend a bit of time admiring the world underneath the surface. Scuba diving in Ao Nang is a popular past time, and there are plenty of dive companies that can either get you certified (we recommend PADI), or take you out for some fun dives if you are already qualified. If you are a bit unsure with scuba diving, then grab a snorkel and mask and go for a swim (or join a tour). A very relaxing .....option of things to do in Ao Nang. Show less
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The Holiday - Beach Club
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The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
The Holiday - Beach Club, Da Nang
Just 15 minutes from town is the funky and chilled Andamana Beach Club – an absolute must if you are looking for things to do in Ao Nang. Located on the edge of a bay with jungle and cliffs all around, the Andamana Beach Club is like a rustic playground plucked from the set of a Robinson Crusoe movie. Twisted and bent trees stretch out over the sea with hammocks strung between the branches. The sandy beach almost disappears at low tide, but all that does is add to the isolated feel of .....the place. Basically you just spend your days sipping on cocktails and laying around. Absolutely perfect in our opinion Alisea Boutique Hotel and Ao Nang Cliff Beach Resort run free transfers for their guests, or you can take a taxi out to Andamana Beach Club. We actually came here twice we enjoyed the vibe so much. And to make things even better the wifi is fast and the food is some of the best we have ever had! Try the massaman curry, but be warned – you will never find another one as delicious again. You can’t go without trying it, it will complete your Ao Nang sightseeing experience! Show less
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Danang Boutique Hotel
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Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
Danang Boutique Hotel, Da Nang
The Alisea Boutique Hotel boasts a trendy design that merges Moroccan influence with a traditional Thai style. White-washed stone walls are featured throughout, and it really distances itself from the typical hotels you get in the area. With only 34 rooms it is far removed from the larger resorts in Ao Nang, but that’s the way we like it. Alisea has a much more personal feel and it’s easier to get to know the other guests who are staying there. When you first walk in you notice just how spacious the design .....of the hotel is. The lobby is spread out with couches and tables to relax at, and the back room has a computer for the use of the guests, and more enjoyably a pool table. Show less
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Da Nang International Airport
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Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Da Nang International Airport, Da Nang
Halong Bay is one of Vietnam’s most recognizable sites. Towering limestone mountains lie scattered in the emerald waters of the bay. Two and three day cruises are offered. If you have the time, the three day cruise lets you explore farther into the Halong Bay, for a more authentic, memorable experience. Read more:Three Days on Halong Bay 
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Phong Nha Cave
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Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
Phong Nha Cave, Da Nang
In central Vietnam, there is a collection of caves to explore. And we’re not talking small, boring caves. We’re talking the biggest cave in the world. In 1990, Son Doong Cave was discovered by a local Vietnamese man. This same cave was rediscovered in 2009 by British caving experts. Son Doong Cave is the largest cave in the world. It’s so large that a jungle grows inside of it and a 747 could fly through its largest section. But getting here is no easy feat. There is only one tour company, Oxalis, .....that will take you on the four day excursion to explore this cave. They also offer shorter treks to other caves in the area. This is not something we have done yet, but it is on our travel wishlist. If you want to read more, visit the Oxalis website. Show less
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Da Nang Museum
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Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Da Nang Museum, Da Nang
Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a blend of the old and the new. Tour buildings designed by Gustav Eiffel (yes, the same person who designed the Eiffel Tower), visit the War Remnants Museum, and climb the modern Bitexco Financial Building for a bird’s eye view over the city. You’ll be dodging motorbikes on the city sidewalks, a uniquely (and very memorable) Vietnamese experience. Read more:Two Days in Ho Chi Minh City
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7 Bridges Brewing Company - Taproom
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7 Bridges Brewing Company - Taproom, Da Nang
7 Bridges Brewing Company - Taproom, Da Nang
7 Bridges Brewing Company - Taproom, Da Nang
Da Nang really comes to life in the evening. The city illuminates with millions of LEDs. The 5th-floor rooftop at 7 Bridges Brewery is the perfect place to suck down a few craft beers (the best in town,) and take in the colourful light show that is Da Nang. If you’re lucky enough to be here on a weekend night, you’ll be able to watch the fire breathing dragon bridge at 9 pm. You’ve had a busy day. Head back to the hotel and get some much-needed rest.
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XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours
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XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
XuanTu's Vietnam Private Tours, Da Nang
You should not miss an opportunity to spend your morning in The World Cultural Heritage My Son. This option will fulfill your mind with amazing historical knowledge and discover a new solemn terrain in the beautiful S-shaped country. In the afternoon and evening, you had better immerse completely into the bustling Da Nang city. There are a lof ot stunning destinations that will make your 1 day in Da Nang and Hoi An the most unforgettable trip ever!
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Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng
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Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Sun World Bà Nà Hills Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
One of the most popular things to do in Da Nang is visiting Ba Na Hills. I highly suggest you go here fairly early in the day. Ba Na Hills can easily get busy and filled with many tourists. I arrived fairly early and was able to get a lot of beautiful photos before it started getting crowded. Be sure to check out the Starbucks, you’ll get a really pretty view. I think you should spend half a day at Ba Na Hills so you can explore other parts of .....Da Nang, however, it is easy to spend an entire day here. Book your tickets here. Show less
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Faifo Buffet & Grills
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Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
Faifo Buffet & Grills, Da Nang
If you want, there is an option to pay for tickets for the lunch buffet at Ba Na Hills. It seems to be popular with many of the Chinese tourists, however, with me being in Vietnam, I wanted to eat all the authentic Vietnamese food I could. So I went back down into Da Nang and ordered some Banh Xeo at a popular local restaurant. 
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Cộng Cà Phê
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Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
Cộng Cà Phê, Da Nang
I’ve raved about this place in my other posts about Vietnam. Honestly, I couldn’t get enough of their coconut coffee. I’m currently craving one right now and I just recently got back from Vietnam almost 2 weeks ago. The lines are very long for Cong Caphe especially the one in Da Nang. Many Korean tourists know about this place due to their love for coffee. 
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Sơn Trà Mountain
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Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
Sơn Trà Mountain, Da Nang
We barely scratched the surface of Da Nang as we got a bit side tracked by its gorgeous neighbour Hoi An but it is definitely somewhere we’ll head back to next time we visit Vietnam. Top of the list would be motorbiking around the Son Tra Peninsula which is supposed to have beautiful views and checking out the bridge that breathes fire on weekends (yes, that is true)!
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Da Nang Online Travel
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Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
Da Nang Online Travel, Da Nang
You’re bound to have noticed the tourist information stands all over thailand. They offer package tours and transport from one place to another “at a discounted price.” The fact is, that these places have a terrible reputation for poor service. Unfortunately, they tend to sell you whatever makes them the most money, not necessarily what you’re looking for.  
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My Khe Beach
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My Khe Beach, Da Nang
My Khe Beach, Da Nang
My Khe Beach, Da Nang
My Khe Beach, Da Nang
My Khe Beach, Da Nang
My Khe Beach, Da Nang
Da Nang Beach lies on the eastern edge of the city. Our taxi driver proudly informed us this palm fringed stretch of urban sand was just like Miami. The north end of the beach was surprisingly quiet and peaceful, but as you move south you’ll find hotel and resorts under construction on a massive scale. With the ability to dock giant cruise ships, the city of Da Nang is gearing up for an influx of (mostly Chinese) tourists. The Marble Mountains, a limestone and marble outcrop in the southern part of .....the city, are easy to reach. We stopped off for an hour to explore. After scaling the mountains in a glass lift, you’ll find hundreds of stone stairs leading off in all directions. Venturing upwards and to the left we found a cave with a slippery floor and possibly the best freshly squeezed orange juice in the world, a welcome refreshment in the 40-degree May heat. Not being keen to climb more stairs, the rest of the visit to the Marble Mountains was a slow descent emerging into a throng of souvenir shops. Show less
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Chàm Islands
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Chàm Islands, Da Nang
Chàm Islands, Da Nang
Chàm Islands, Da Nang
Chàm Islands, Da Nang
Chàm Islands, Da Nang
Chàm Islands, Da Nang
An inhospitable and mountainous island situated 152 miles north from the Antarctic Peninsula and 550 miles to the south-east of Cape Horn. The name came from early explorers who sighted elephant seals on the shoreline, although the island itself also looks like an elephant’s head on a nautical chart.   Elephant Island is a famous landmark in the story of explorer Ernest Shackleton’s ill-fated attempt to reach the South Pole. After their ship the Endurance was sunk by the pack ice of the Weddell Sea, Shackleton managed to get his men .....as far as Elephant Island using only their small lifeboats. Realising rescue from this remote outpost was unlikely, Shackleton made a daring 800-mile crossing to South Georgia to get rescue. Frank Wild was left in charge of the remaining men who waited 5 months through an Antarctic winter for Shackleton to return and rescue them. Remarkably they all survived, and now the place of their camp is named Point Wild, after Frank. Read about my experience of visiting Elephant Island and Point Wild here. Show less
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Green Moon Hostel
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Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Moon Hostel, Da Nang
Green Island, Hanover, Jamaica +1 (876) 531-4508 Located just north of Negril, Half Moon Beach is a private beach ideal for those seeking a secluded place to enjoy the day. Unlike the 7 Mile Beach, this undisturbed stretch of coast is great for snorkelling as it features some of Jamaica’s stunning undisturbed coral reefs.  Other things to do at Half Moon Beach include eating at their open-air restaurant and taking a boat tour to a small bar on a private island nearby. The cost of admission to the beach is $5 .....USD. The boat ride to the island is an additional $5 USD.  Show less
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Hoa Nghiem Cave
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Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
Hoa Nghiem Cave, Da Nang
The 3rd thing on Top 10 things to do in Krabi is famous for its amazing limestone cliffs. These beautiful limestone cliffs make Ao Nang Krabi a perfect place for rock climbing. I tried a half day course without any prior rock climbing experience. I wasn’t sure it was a good decision to try because I didn’t know what it would be like, but I ended up climbing up for 4 different routes around Diamond Cave. I was really glad to try it. I felt a sense of achievement. If .....you want to try something new and challenging on your travel in Ao Nang Krabi, Rock Climbing is a perfect thing to try in Ao Nang Krabi. 4. Poda island(Koh Poda) The 4th thing I enjoyed in Ao Nang Krabi on Top 10 things to do in Ao Nang Krabi is to chill on Poda island! Poda island is one of my favorite islands in Krabi. Its clear turquoise water and amazing limestone cave will make you feel as if you are in a paradise. Don’t forget to pose in front of the limestone caves! I’m pretty sure that you will look like a cover model.  I visited Poda island(Koh Poda) on 4 island tour.  Show less
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Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng
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Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
Hot Springs Park - Công viên Suối khoáng nóng Núi Thần Tài Đà Nẵng, Da Nang
You can also go to Emerald Pool and Hot Springs in Ao Nang Krabi. But the thing is that Krabi Emerald Pool and Hot Spring is 70 Km away from Ao Nang. You can get there by minivan, a taxi, and a scooter. If you book a tour combined with Emerald Pool, Hot Spring, and Tiger temple for 800 baht. But you have to pay for 400 baht to go to Emerald Pool and Hot Spring. If you have enough time and money, I think it’s not a bad idea to spending your day there.
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Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders
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Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
Asia Park - Sun World Da Nang Wonders, Da Nang
The Cultural Park allows guests to enjoy the historical architecture, performing arts and wonderful cuisines of ten Asian countries including Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, South Korea, India, Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia, China and Vietnam. Each country is represented with fascinating landscaped gardens, as well as interpretations of historic or natural landmarks.
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Nhà Hàng Cafe Vườn Trúc Lâm Viên
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Truc Lam Monastery is the largest Zen Monastery in all of Vietnam. Its hilltop location above Tuyen Lam Lake provides some amazing views. The many temples and other buildings have an elegant and refined beauty. The grounds also contain several beautiful gardens. And this is an active monastery where you can meet the hundreds of monks that live here. Free Entry.
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Vanda Hotel
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Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
Vanda Hotel, Da Nang
One of the best places to get a bird’s eye view of Da Nang is from the Top View Bar at the Vanda Hotel. By day you will see a city divided by the mighty Han River and framed by majestic mountains, endless pristine beaches, and the deep waters of one of Vietnams most important ports. By night, the city puts on a light show. Taking centre stage is the Dragon Bridge, its rainbow colours and fiery dragon’s breath captivates visitors from all over the world. In the distance the brightly .....lit Sun Wheel stands out against the night sky and the cables of the Tran Thi Ly Bridge elegantly transform from colour to colour, giving just a taste of what this city has to offer. Show less
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3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang
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3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang, Da Nang
3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang, Da Nang
3D Museum Art in paradise Da Nang, Da Nang
Da Nang has many fine museums. Whether you want to escape to another world at the whimsical Art in Paradise Museum, explore Da Nang’s artistic heritage at the Da Nang Fine Arts Museum or delve into local history at the Da Nang Museum, the regions museums have something to cover every interest. Here are two of our favourite museums in Da Nang.
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Non Nước
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Non Nước, Da Nang
Non Nước, Da Nang
Non Nước, Da Nang
Non Nước, Da Nang
Non Nước, Da Nang
Non Nước, Da Nang
If you are wanting a beach holiday in Vietnam Da Nang is the place to come. With a 30 kilometre stretch of white sandy beaches Da Nang has a beach to suit everyone. While there are many beaches to choose from two of the best beaches near Da Nang are My Khe Beach and Non Nuoc Beach.
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Indochina Riverside Mall
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The Da Nang shopping scene has something for everyone, from modern shopping malls such as the Indochina Riverside Mall to colourful markets. Here are three Da Nang markets that will not only show you a slice of local life but have you shopping for hours.
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Bảo tàng Hồ Chí Minh
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For those interested in the Vietnam War (the American War) the Zone 5 Military Museum is a Da Nang attraction that should not be missed. Vietnam has had a turbulent history of invasion and occupation including Chinese, French and American. The museum tells the story of these wars through the eyes of the Vietnamese. During the war, Da Nang Air Base was the primary entry point for American servicemen and became the world’s busiest airports averaging 2595 aircraft per day. Outside the museum you will find a massive collection of aircraft, tanks and .....missiles, inside are weapons and photos that show the true face of war. It is thought provoking, sobering and a tribute to the tenacity of the Vietnamese people. Da Nang was also a stop off point for R&R leave, where servicemen would enjoy the sand and sea of “China Beach” (My Khe Beach). After visiting the museum, I tried to imagine life in Da Nang during the war as I too walked along My Khe Beach. Show less
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Hùng Vương
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From Han Market walk away from the river along Hung Vuong Road to Con Market. Although it is not that far it can get hot during the heat of the day. If you do not want to walk taxis are a great option as they are cheap within Da Nang city centre. Con Market sells everything but the kitchen sink. Here you will find homewares, ceramics, clothing and shoes, fresh fruit and vegetables. It is the place to cool down with a Kem Bo dessert. Kem Bo is made with whipped avocado, .....topped with ice cream and crunchy dried coconut flakes. Eating avocado as a sweet may sound unusual but the flavours work well together, it is a refreshing and relatively healthy snack to try on a hot day. The Con Market is open between 6am and 6pm. Show less
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Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market
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Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
Chợ Đêm Sơn Trà Đà Nẵng - Danang Night Market, Da Nang
The Son Tra Night Market is a great place to visit before heading to see the Dragon Bridge by night. This vibrant market has a good selection of Vietnamese arts & crafts and souvenirs, clothing, shoes and bags. The market is also the place to try fresh fruit smoothies and delicious local street food. After leaving the market take the short walk to the river and admire the colourful lights of the city from the river walkway. Son Tra Night Market is open between 6pm to around 11.30pm.
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