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Overview:

Da Nang city is the gateway of Central areas, the 3rd International gateway of Vietnam. It is along with advantages of geographical location, transportation and communication, especially seaports and international airport, rich and diversity tourism resources, a long coastline, beautiful natural scenery, etc … All make Da Nang become an  attractive destination of tourists in and out the country.

Location:

Da Nang borders Thua Thien Hue Province across the Hai Van Pass to the north, Quang Nam Province to the south and west, and the ocean to the east. It is 759 km (472 mi) south of Ha Noi, and 960 km (600 mi) north of Ho Chi Minh City

Transportation:

By Air: the airport has domestic connections to Ha Noi, Hai Phong, Vinh, Buon Ma Thuot, Da Lat, Nha Trang, Pleiku, Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho, as well as international connections to Bangkok (Thailand), Guangzhou (China), Siem Reap (Cambodia), Singapore, Hongkong, Tokyo (Japan), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Taipei (Taiwan).

By Bus: Da Nang is a major station along the North–South Railway, also known as the Reunification Express. National Highways 1A and 14B run through the city, providing road connections to Ha Noi in the north and Ho Chi Minh City in the south, as well as the Central Highlands and Laos to the west. The Hai Van Pass is a mountain pass separating Da Nang and Thua Thien Hue Province, where Highway 1A road passes through. An expressway between Da Nang and nearby Quang Ngai is also in the planning stages

By train: The Reunification Express makes a stop in Da Nang. Scheduled arrival and departure times are loosely followed. If you just want to get to Hue, in addition to taking the non-stop train to Ha Noi (about two hours), you can also take the ‘local’ train which is slow (about four to four and a half hours from Da Nang to Hue, with several stops along the way; a car or taxi does it in two), but incredibly cheap (125,000 dong).

Climate:

Two seasons: – Wet season: from September to March

– Dry season: from April to August

Famous places to visit:

● Lady Buddha

● Ngu Hanh Son Mountain

● Non Nuoc Beach

● Son Tra Peninsula

● Dragon Bridge

● My Khe Beach

● Ba Na Hills

● Han River Bridge

● Linh Ung Pogoda

Hotel:

Golden Star Hotel

Address: Block 30B2- 12 Phan Liem St, Da Nang City, Vietnam

Phone: +(84 235) 391 9169 – 391 9168; Fax: +(84 235) 392 9555

 

Pacific Hotel

Address: 92 Phan Chau Trinh St, Da Nang City, Vietnam

Phone: +(84 235) 386 8999 – 386 8777

 

Bac Cuong Hotel

Address: Block 30-32, Nguyen Van Thoai St, Da Nang City, Vietnam

Phone: +(84 235) 395 9222

Taxi:

  • Mai Linh: 0235 356 5656
  • Tien Sa: 0235 379 7979
  • VinaSun: 0235 368 6868

Some pictures:

 

Da Nang - Ngu Hanh Son

Da Nang - Ngu Hanh Son

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