Top 5 Places to visit in Da Nang

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Best things to do in Da Nang and sightseeing in Da Nang

Marble Mountains - Da Nang

Marble Mountain followed immediately after lunch. The mountain is so named as it sits on a site where marble is found. As such, surrounding Marble Mountain is a large marble industry of factories and marble retail shops. Mining for marble has since stopped but noise of the grinding machines continues from marble imported from elsewhere.
Vicky Chong

138 Followers, 12 Reviews

Bà Nà Hill - đường lên tiên cảnh - Da Nang

The longest and highest Cable car ride. 5km long and up to 1850m high. You can the best view up the mountains and the air is cooling and clean up there.
Andrew Ng De Rong

125 Followers, 7 Reviews

Danang - Da Nang

Danang has gone from being laid back to being vibrant. Situated on the coats of the South China Sea, this place has lovely beaches and lots of picturesque landscapes. That said, this place has quite a few cultural and historical sights of its own too. Earlier this place didn't attract much tourism, but now tourists consider this a great visit with scenery and a happening nightlife. In Danang we visit the carving village at Marble Mountain and Cham Museum. After Danang we move to Hue via Hai Van pass and visit Imperial Citadel and Dong Ba market.

221 Followers, 10 Reviews

Novotel Danang Premier - Da Nang

The hotel staffs are friendly and helpful. The views around the hotel are beautifully.
Andrew Ng De Rong

125 Followers, 7 Reviews

Dương Lâm - Da Nang

It is a purely agricultural village of the Northern Red River delta. Phung Hung (761-802) and Ngo Quyen (896-944) were born here. With a history of 1,200 years, this village bears many houses in its womb. Some of these houses date back up to 400 years. A sense of simplicity engulfs one as soon as you step into this village especially when you see an array of tiny, mud-walled houses. A visit to this city is highly recommended if you wish to retreat into a life devoid of chaos, traffic, overwhelming population and concrete jungles. It is a perfect place to reconnect not just with oneself, but Mother Nature too.
Thien Anh

132 Followers, 12 Reviews

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