Da Nang, Vietnam

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** Da Nang, Vietnam **

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  1. Jernayde
    Jernayde
    01 May 2020
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    Danang has a beautiful stretch of beach running for miles! What I hate is that Vietnam are allowing hotels to build so closely to the beach,meaning you either can’t access the beach or end up in shade by the early afternoon. If you’re in Danang definitely make the trip to Hoi an and the famous golden hands bridge! I rented a moped from the hotel we were staying at for £6 a day which gives you the freedom to go to all the top attractions when you want.

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    marcusmeetsworld
    15 Jan 2020
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    I think Vietnam might be a top of my favorite places I’ve visited. Hoi An is just 30 minutes away as well and you must do the Hoi An basket boat tour. Also the Golden Hands bridge is a must in Da Nang. It’s a long way up the tram but is so worth it. In Da Nang they have the Dragon Bridge. I suggest going on the weekend so that you can see it spit fire. The show starts at 8pm and ends quickly so get there early cause the street gets packed!

    As far as visiting the Golden hand bridge, I went as early as possible which was 8am ticket was about $30 if I can remember correctly. You take a tram from a bottom of hill up to the hands. Also if your lucky and book in advance there is a hotel up there and you can go at any time to the hands bridge. Also some mornings the fog is deep so most tours start at 9 am and the skies clear around noon.

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    TThom
    18 Jun 2019
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    Your home is what you make it, wherever you make it! Such a great time. Da Nang was peaceful, relaxing, and fun wrapped up in one. Best places to stay are the hotels located on the beach. Some are beachfront and some are across the street either are equally beautiful and the beach is easily accessible. There are many small boutique hotels that are very cheap; price range about $25-$40 per night with breakfast included (full Western/Asian). Locals and staff are super friendly and eager to help you find things to do and help you get around. I stayed at Halina Hotel and apartment. It was a boutique hotel across the street from the beach. the rooftop pool and bar/restaurant was my favorite resting spot. it was clean, well decorated, and the breakfast was great as well as the restaurant’s food. I visited a spa at a larger hotel directly in front which was amazing. The spa was a little pricey but still worth it. I booked the hotel through Agoda. Some of the staff spoke English and all were super friendly and helpful. there is also a bar located on the 1st floor upon entry. The hotel welcomes you with a drink and fruit basket. The beach is just ok, nothing amazing about it but the city itself is worth the visit. Be sure to visit the 3D art museum, love garden, and bridges while there. Wonderful city! I can’t wait to go back.

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    JJewel
    17 Feb 2019
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    Da Nang is a coastal city in the middle of Vietnam and it’s where I spent my days as a student. The city itself is quite small and it’s relatively inexpensive to live or travel. It’s a good place to learn how to ride a scooter as the traffic isn’t too bad and the roads are relatively good. It has a number of restaurants along the beach strip and a decent amount of activities to do at the beach, however this city lacks a vibe. It’s ideal for a few days of relaxation.

    Here’s a list of things not to miss:
    1. Marble Mountains. You can take a short hike up the mountains and explore the many caves and temples at the top. The hike does not require a high fitness level but I would recommend having decent shoes because the marble stone can be slippery. The views at the top will give you all all round view of Da Nang.
    2. Lady Buddha. The largest and highest Buddha statue in Vietnam can be accessed after a very scenic drive up the peninsula of Som Tra. Hire a scooter and go on your own or with your group of friends. This is not something that you would require a guide for. This could be a great sunset activity as the statue lights up in the evening.
    3. Dragon Bridge on a Saturday night. The bridge has a dragon design and the dragon spits fire and water. The show starts at about 9pm every Saturday. You might want to arrive 30 mins early as there will be crowds gathered to watch the show and traffic congestion’s etc.

    I hope that you find this information useful and I’d like to wish you an amazing stay in Da Nang.

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    alesia
    27 Dec 2018
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    If you are ever in the Hoi An / Da Nang area, I highly recommend that you visit the Golden Bridge aka Hands of God. It’s the most magnificent sight to see. Extremely crowded but a wonderful experience nonetheless high in the sky. Also a great surprise in that area is the little adventure park called SunWorld. You will never believe you are in Vietnam when you are in this place. It’s like a much smaller Disney World.

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