1. Ba Na Hills Theme Park
- Address: TL 602 Hoa Ninh, Hoa Vang, Da Nang, Vietnam
- Contact: +84 (0) 905 766 777
- Admission price: 750,000 VND
Ba Na Hills is the most well-known resort and leisure complex in Vietnam and is a part of the Sunworld family of theme parks.
Due to its breathtaking natural surroundings, Sun World Ba Na Hills, which is situated at an elevation of 1,487 meters above sea level, is frequently referred to as “Heaven on Earth”.
It became a well-liked location for both domestic and foreign tourists after winning the Vietnam Top Tour List Resort Award of the Vietnam Tourism Association for four consecutive years from 2015 to 2018. A cable car, French Village, Golden Bridge, amusement park, restaurants, and other attractions are all part of the complex.
2. Da Nang Marble Mountains
- Address: Hoa Hai, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
- Contact: +84 236 3961 114
- Admission price: 40,000 VND
Five huge granite and marble mountains together form a magnificent view. Based on the Five Elements of ancient Chinese philosophy, this place is inspired by the Five Elements Theory. Named “Tam Thai” (Earth), it is called Marble Mountain in English.
Among them, Thuy Son is the highest and features six naturally formed giant caves, caves within caves, various altars and Buddha statues preserved inside, as well as four Buddhist temples and pagodas. From the viewpoint at the top, you can enjoy a stunning view that will leave you in awe.
3. Chùa Linh Ứng (Linh Ung Pagoda)
- Address: 2737+JPW, Hon Thuy Son, Hoa Hai, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
- Free admission
With a height of about 30 stories and a height of 67 meters, Vietnam’s largest seawater Guanyin statue is located here.
Since its establishment in the 21st century, the area around Da Nang has never been hit by a typhoon.
After ascending the stairs, you can see the garden and the Daeungjeon Hall, which is ornamented with dragons on the pillars and ceiling in various places. In addition to the Daeungjeon Hall, there are Jeongak Halls that house various Buddha sculptures on both sides or behind the scenes. The breathtaking view of the coast from Lin-Ying Temple is the highlight, with the sea of Ban Dao Son Tra and the city of Da Nang in the background.
4. Hoi An – Old Town (Excursion outside the city)
- Address: Hoi An 560000, Vietnam
- Admission price: 120,000 VND
The Old Town represents the traditional atmosphere of Hoi An, the most beautiful city in Vietnam. It refers to the area where ancient houses line along the north side of the Thu Bon River.
Similar to “Walking & Cycling Town,” no cars or motorcycles are allowed between 9 am and 11 am, as well as between 3 pm and 9 pm, except for bicycles.
Situated right on the beautiful Thu Bon River, the indigo-tiled roofs and traditional Vietnamese colors are beautifully arranged between yellow-painted walls.
In the Old Town, there is a traditional performance hall for which you can purchase a separate ticket. Additionally, you can enjoy the award-winning puppet theater at an affordable price in the open-air performance hall north of the Old Town. Crossing the Thu Bon River, you can witness the nightly Yasajing.
5. Da Nang Cathedral
- Address: 156 Tran Phu Street, Hai Chau 1 Ward, Hai Chau District, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
- Contact: +84 236 3825 285
- Free admission
Built in 1923, the pale pink Da Nang Cathedral features a chicken-shaped weathercock on its tower and is commonly known as the “Rooster Cathedral” or “Cook Cathedral.”
To the right of the cathedral is the Bishop’s building, and at the back is the clergy’s ossuary, along with a small artificial cave containing a statue of the Virgin Mary. It is a place more sought after for photography rather than unique attractions.