Danang is located in South Central Coast of Vietnam. The City Danang is the third largest in Vietnam and has had a tragic and fascinating history. Danang attracts comprises of manmade structures and natural beauty, It is the main focus centre of Economy, Culture, Education and Technology in Central Highlands region. Danang is one of the 15 urban centres of grade one as well as 1/5 centrally cities in Vietnam.
The best attractions of Danang are Good Mix of centuries old pagodas. French Colonial Buildings and gothic-style cathedrals to tranquil beaches with clear blue water. It also contains breathtaking mountains and verdant national parks. Also Nun Noc Beaches for Fun-Filled activities such a swimming & surfing for those who are looking for soak up on the sun.
Dabang is located between UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hoi An to the south and in north the ancient temples of My Son. There are Buddhist sanctuaries as well as beautiful Marble Mountains. Danang has also a good Military history due to its port’s strategic position. Eventually Danang became the largest commercial port in the region. It was only Danang where the French first landed to conquer the country.
Set within the City centre, Cao Dai Temple and Da Nang Cathedral are religious themed main attractions of Danang The Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son OR Five Elements Mountains) are cluster marble Limestone hills you can easily found within 7km run from city, within 13 km run from the centre of Danang City, Son Tra Peninsula, the beautiful rainforest that is just out into the sea from the city of Danang it is a massive place can be traced. This is a typical Vietnam tourism magnet along the coastline, untouched natural scene, there are plenty of untouchable beaches along the peninsula with transparent sea, white sand, and mysterious primitive jungle with a vast diversity of plants and animals.
History also play a vital role in its beauty, we can see several unique museums, which are dedicated to last century’s military conflicts. Vietnam’s beloved leaders and they beautifully maintained the charm of ancient civilisation.