Da Nang is a beautiful city on the Han river. The city’s charming beauty is blessed by nature and is home to numerous beautiful landscapes and historical relics. Today, Discovery Vietnam takes you on a tour of Da Nang’s Linh Ung pagoda. Located on the Son Tra peninsula, 10 km northeast of Da Nang city, Linh Ung pagoda, with its famous architecture is worth visiting. Linh Ung literally means “wishes answered ...Read more ›
Da Nang is not only the commercial and educational center of Central Vietnam, it is well-known by natural beauty. Let’s come and explore one of the most Luxurious Beaches in the World, one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam on Hai Van pass, impressive landscape of Ba Na hill and many different destinations.
40km southwest of Da Nang, Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort is 1,487m above sea-level. Mt. Ba Na has long been considered almost heavenly thanks to the temperate climate with four seasons within a single day, unspoiled forest and a spectacular view of Da Nang. A special characteristic of the resort is that it is often above the clouds so visitors feel they are floating on a misty sea. The glorious sights of the ...Read more ›
Grandly overlooking Danang to the south and the Hai Van Pass to the north, it was a prized radar and communications base during the war. Today it’s still largely undeveloped except for Tien Sa Port (Cang Tien Sa) on its eastern tip, although that may change soon with road construction and talk of beach resorts. The highlight of visiting Monkey Mountain is the views from the summit, which are stupendous on a ...Read more ›
Hai Van Pass is one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. When braving the steep winding roads of a paved mountain pass, you will have a chance to discover peace, quiet and history along the way. On the north – south nation highway, Hai Van Pass is an impressive landscape. It is like a giant dragon, lying on Highway 1 on the border between Thua Thien-Hue Province and Danang City.This is the highest ...Read more ›
With their roots dating back as far as 192 AD, Vietnam's indigenous Cham people lived an Indian way of life in both culture and language. The Cham Museum in Danang is dedicated to this period and the Champa existence which began predominantly in the coastal areas of Vietnam. Housing the largest exhibition of Cham sculpture in the world, the museum displays almost 300 terracotta and stone works of art rangin ...Read more ›
Marble Mountains (Vietnamese: Ngũ Hành Sơn; "Five elements mountains") is a cluster of five hills located are 9km south of Da Nang, on the way to Hoi An. The five marble hills or “mountains” this formation are named after the five elements (Ngũ Hành) of the ancient oriental philosophy; Kim Sơn (mountain of metal), Mộc Sơn (Mountain of Wood), Thuỷ Sơn (Mountain of Water), Hoả Sơn (Mountain of Fire), and Thổ ...Read more ›