Non Nuoc Beach

The Non Nuoc Beach runs for 5 km along the Marble Mountains in Danang. It is bounded by the Dien Ngoc Bay to the south and Danang to the north. The beach gently slopes towards the calm, clear, blue sea; the clear water attracts those who come to swim and enjoy the seafood. Non Nuoc Beach is famous for its seaweed, which surpasses exportation standards. Many five-star hotels have been built on Non Nuoc Beach catering to Vietnamese and foreign visitors


Ngu Hanh Son - Marble Mountain

The Marble Mountain, also referred to as Ngu Hanh Son or the Mountains of the Five Elements comprise Thuy Son (water) which is the highest, Moc Son (wood), Kim Son (metal), Tho Son (soil), and Hoa Son (fire). They are located 12 km south of Danang.

Ba Na Mountain

Ba Na Mountain is located in Hoa Vang district, 35 km south-west of Danang and has an altitude of 1487 meters. The temperature at the top varies from 17 to 20° C. There are many old French villas there. In just one day on Ba Na visitors experience the four seasons successively, with spring in the morning, summer at noon, autumn in the afternoon and winter at night. Ba Na is covered in a beautiful deep green pine forest.


Hai Van Pass

The Hai Van Pass is in the shape of a giant dragon, lying high up on Highway 1, on the border of the Thua Thien, Hue and Danang provinces.


Son Tra Peninsula

The Son Tra Peninsula is a special gift of the gods to Danang. It can be seen from everywhere in the city. Jutting out into the sea, Son Tra acts as a giant screen protecting Danang from incoming storms and cyclones.


Cham Museum

The Cham Museum is located at the intersection of Trung Nu Vuong and Bach Dang streets in Danang. The Cham Museum was built in 1915 with the financial support of the French Far-East Research Institute in Vietnam. This museum houses the most extensive collection of Cham art in the world. In the past, Danang was the capital of the Champa nation. Other famous sites of the Champa civilization include Tra Kieu, Dong Duong, My Son and Thap Man. The Cham Museum was built in the Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle.